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Ugg10

posted on 19/5/17 at 10:45 PM Reply With Quote
Name this car?

Saw this at a classic car rally in Italy last week, anyone know what model Alfa this is, very ginetta g12, was very nice, will proportioned. Looks like a uk car by the number plate. If the Sylva j17 hardtop that is on the way is anything like this it will be good.







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Matt21

posted on 19/5/17 at 11:42 PM Reply With Quote
kind of like an alfa tipo 33...

Search afla romeo tipo 33 rally, theyre different but about as close as I can find.
Cant make out the reg to check that, any other pics?

Looks nice!





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SteveWalker

posted on 20/5/17 at 12:33 AM Reply With Quote
It looks like C190LFL to me, which comes back as a red Alfa-Romeo - but also as untaxed since 1994 - so either something odd or I have misread it, but coincidentally hit upon a similar car!

I wonder if it was exported, but the stick on numberplate on the front hasn't been removed?

[Edited on 20/5/17 by SteveWalker]

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feckn7

posted on 20/5/17 at 05:48 AM Reply With Quote
It's a Pelland. Made in England.
Member of my car club has one - just got it on the road.
It's powered by an alfa romeo engine from an alfasud
The one here has had an alfa grill added.

If I can find some images I'll link to them

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feckn7

posted on 20/5/17 at 06:20 AM Reply With Quote
Here's a Pic

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jollygreengiant

posted on 20/5/17 at 06:46 AM Reply With Quote
Jeremy.





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phelpsa

posted on 20/5/17 at 07:31 AM Reply With Quote
See Voodoo sports cars on Facebook.
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Ugg10

posted on 20/5/17 at 07:53 AM Reply With Quote
Cheers guys, never doubted that the LCB intelligency would solve this one.

Also saw this monster, one off Ferrari based car, again gorgeous, and shows that you do not have to do a replica to make something original and good looking. Blasted past me on the road and the small displacement v8 was sweet.



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Just stumbled across this meet in Volterra, Tuscany. 2 original Stratos, Lancia Montecarlo, several 500 Abarth, Renault Alpine 110 and many more. Not edited my pics yet but this gives a taster.

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Is the Voodoo/Pelland still in production, if it uses the alfasud boxer with transaxle the that would be nice with a scooby turbo in the back.

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