Alpine A110 1971 – SPRZEDANE

Alpine A110 bez wątpienia jest jednym z najbardziej charyzmatycznych francuskich samochodów sportowych w historii. W czasach swojej młodości zdobyło wszystkie najważniejsze laury europejskiego, rajdowego czempionatu, rywalizując głównie z Porsche 911 i całą resztę konkurencji zostawiając daleko z tyłu. Pieruńsko szybkie i lekkie (zaledwie 600 kg masy własnej!), przykuwa uwagę również pięknymi i ponadczasowymi kształtami. Bez wątpienia wiele szczęścia mieli konstruktorzy nowego Alpine AS110, mogąc nawiązać do tak pięknej legendy. Mieć w garażu taką nową i klasyczną – to połączenie doskonałe. To Alpine A110 zachowane jest w pełni oryginalnym stanie i po pełnym serwisie jest gotowe do drogi. Na aukcji w Lyonie sprzedane zostało za 115320 euro (ok. 490 tys. PLN).

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AUTOMOBILES DE COLLECTION & AUTOMOBILIA
Saturday 18 March 2017 14:30
Aguttes Lyon

Lot n° 205
1971 – ALPINE A110 1600 S
90 000 – 120 000 €
The results are shown included fees Buyers
Result: 115 320 €

Iconic rally car
Rare original condition
Perfectly maintained
Carte grise française
Chassis: 17379
Moteur/Engine: 4 cylindres en ligne
Cylindrée/Capacity: 1565 cc – 125 ch

Without a doubt this is one of the most charismatic French sports cars ever produced.
It has a wonderful heritage, owed to Jean Rédelé who launched his career at the beginning of the 1950s by developing a competition version of the popular Renault 4CV, which won its class three years running at the famous Mille Miglia.
The story began then and soon in 1955 came the birth of the first berinette of a long lineage: the Alpine A106, which also collected many victories in competition.

In 1963 the Alpine 110 came out, which did not take long to become a powerful weapon on national rally and hill climbing circuits. Then starting in 1969, the A110 S made even more prestigious showings by winning a triple victory in the Coupe des Alpes and was ranked third in the Monte-Carlo Rally. The following year, Alpine made it again to third place on the podium at Monte-Carlo and won the Acropolis Rally and the Tour de Corse.
Behind the wheel of an Alpine 1110 1600 S, Jean-Claude Andruet became European Rally Champion in 1970.
Continuing on this upward path and winning the majority of the contests in Europe, the Berlinette was known as the most successful rally car in 1971.
In 1973, after Alpine was bought out by Renault, the diamond brand decided to enter into the new rally world championship for designers.
Thanks to the drivers, Jean-Claude Andruet, Jean-Luc Thérier, Bernard Darniche and Jean-Piette Nicolas, the Berlinette won six out of thirteen competitions that year, making the Alpine the first rally world champion brand.

The model on offer is an authentic 1600 S that was delivered new to Italy after leaving the factory on April 7, 1971.
The car is 100% original with matching numbers.
It’s in excellent condition, having benefited furthermore from a general overhaul at Severi Auto Classic garage in July 2014 (more than 6,000 euros worth of invoices included).
To put it another way, this is one of the rarest examples of an Alpine in this condition.
It comes with French car registration, its technical inspection, a Renault certificate of conformity, ASI Certification document and a copy of the article that was published about it in Auto Capital in July 1991.

No doubt that with the coming arrival of the new Alpine AS110, the original A110 will be highly sought after, with the 1600 S clearly a first choice.