This 1975 Alfa Romeo GT Junior now contains only traces of original parts. The form remained, and that’s actually the point, and the rest was borrowed from the best place by the builder of the custom construction. From the Japanese.
The creators of “Carrera Lightweight Racing” wanted to put the lightest, most manageable track on the wheel, so one of the most perfect four-cylinder cylinders of the modern age, the Honda F20C-coded block, was built into the nose of the Alfa Romeo.
This engine doesn’t need to be presented to Honda fans, the artwork spinning up to nine thousand revolutions in the S2000 serves as the legendary token. With the highest liter engine of its time at 123.5 hp / liter, only the Ferrari F458 Italia V8 could overtake it in this area.
The lively, fast-paced engine delivers 237 horsepower at 7800 rpm, making it perfect for a lightweight track-built project. Its rear differential is from the Mazda MX-5, the brakes were borrowed from the Mitsubishi EVO VIII.
The end result is an 874-kilogram mechanical machine for the driving experience in every taste, which would be a crime to admire as an exhibition piece. Fortunately, based on his papers, it can be used anywhere, it also has FIA and TÜV documentation, so the Alfa Romeo GT Junior ‘CLR’ can start either on the road or in an official race.
The car is currently being auctioned off, so the purchase price is constantly changing, it will be worth it look at him in five days, how much will be hit before the deadline.
Source: Vezess by www.vezess.hu.
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