This film--i am thinking probably shown in movie theaters before the main attraction--is from c. 1966, showing el maestro lapping Monza in his 1951 Alfetta 159. Some wonderful sounds and footage. Gotta love his shiny leather driving shoes when he steps out of the monoposto at the end!
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My good Alfista friend Rob sent me this ad from Seattle Craigslist:
alfa cv gtv 1977 proto type one off (west seattle wa)
"77 gtv 975 mi on resto flawless paint and body must see 10000$ stereo fast light car 13 inch brakes alm 4 piston cals call 206 xxx - xxxx restoraiton done by terry.s custom auto works next door to lake union auto body not ralli round 206 xxx - xxxx 50000 obo trade for gold or silver only thank you car is on west side for veiwing"
If anyone knows a way to ship 50 grand worth of Gold boullion to Seattle, please let me know.
Link to the real ad:
This Alfetta Turbodelta rally car is just dope. Nicely done little video, too!
Hat tip to Simon Simmonds!
This is a very well done amateur video, featuring multiple camera angles. The car sounds fantastic, and Mount Panorama is probably one of my favorite tracks in the world, but I really love the battles this guy is having with a gaggle of 4-cylinder Alfetta GTs! He obviously has the horsepower advantage on the long back straight, with the V8 in his car. But the Alfetta's superior chassis (and possibly aerodynamics as well) allows them to hang on for lap after lap! Fantastic stuff!
Many Alfisti can't help themselves. You need a GTV6, then an Alfetta GT, and an Alfetta track car as well. Naturally. Best part is, you could have all 3 of these cars for well under 20 grand. Talk about a bargain!