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Thanks for all the wonderful photos, none of which I have seen in my 40 years of involvement with Alfas!
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Thanks for all the wonderful photos, none of which I have seen in my 40 years of involvement with Alfas!
The pleasure is mine.
I am flattered to hear that from you dr

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And a few more with GTAMs only
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The last race at the town of Corfu (island of Corfu)1971


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Thank you so much for sharing these fantastic pictures of the days I wish were still here. Being born in a Alfa and being Greek these pictues really made me smile!

-57" Giulietta Spider (Period SCCA race car)
-58" Giulietta Spider Veloce (FIVA/HVA winner, fully documented historically preserved, original surivor SCCA race car)
-58" Giulietta Spider Veloce
-67" GTA 1600 Corsa Autodelta Ex-Works/Monzeglio Squadra Corse.
-67" GTA 1600 Corsa Autodelta Ex-Works Prototipo (All original).
-69" GTAm
-69" GTV
-71" Montreal
-73" 2000 GTV (In the family 40 years & counting)
-75" Alfetta GT (Rally/Street)
-75" Alfetta GT (Race Car)
-75" Alfetta 'Berlina' Sedan (Rally/Street)
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GTV 2000 ETTC/Autodelta

Martin,

To ansewer your question please see this thread that I posted info on that is what I believe exactaly what you are looking for.

http://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/showthre...=gtv+autodelta

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Thanks, the pics are great! but I meant the 2000gtv in this spec:

-57" Giulietta Spider (Period SCCA race car)
-58" Giulietta Spider Veloce (FIVA/HVA winner, fully documented historically preserved, original surivor SCCA race car)
-58" Giulietta Spider Veloce
-67" GTA 1600 Corsa Autodelta Ex-Works/Monzeglio Squadra Corse.
-67" GTA 1600 Corsa Autodelta Ex-Works Prototipo (All original).
-69" GTAm
-69" GTV
-71" Montreal
-73" 2000 GTV (In the family 40 years & counting)
-75" Alfetta GT (Rally/Street)
-75" Alfetta GT (Race Car)
-75" Alfetta 'Berlina' Sedan (Rally/Street)

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Unfortuately, Greek auto magazinesd were never available in England (where I lived for about 30 years) or in the US, where I live now, so again, thanks for all the great stuff!!
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Martin,

To ansewer your question please see this thread that I posted info on that is what I believe exactaly what you are looking for.

http://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/showthre...=gtv+autodelta
Thank you very much! You´re absolutely right!

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wow great pics

i wonder how much quicker the gtam would be if they use all 4 wheels while cornering...

thanks for posting

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GTV116, the last two pictures are actually from the race in Rodos island, same cars from a different angle, car #1 was driven by "Mavros" and car #6 by Lakis Fotiadis, the cars are exiting the gate Arsenale to the harbour.
Sadly car #1 driven by "Mavros" would hit the walls of the castle while trying to pass a backmarker and would take the life of the driver.
Car #6 was a GTAm, some say it still exists today, personally I have yet to confirm it, car #1 was a GTA 1600 with the mechanicals of a GTAm (engine,suspension) after the accident that cost the life of its driver, was taken back to Athens by Lakis Fotiadis who was devastated by the tragic loss of "Mavros" and put also an end to the life of the car, destroying it with dynamite.
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GTV116, the last two pictures are actually from the race in Rodos island, same cars from a different angle, car #1 was driven by "Mavros" and car #6 by Lakis Fotiadis, the cars are exiting the gate Arsenale to the harbour.
Sadly car #1 driven by "Mavros" would hit the walls of the castle while trying to pass a backmarker and would take the life of the driver.
Car #6 was a GTAm, some say it still exists today, personally I have yet to confirm it, car #1 was a GTA 1600 with the mechanicals of a GTAm (engine,suspension) after the accident that cost the life of its driver, was taken back to Athens by Lakis Fotiadis who was devastated by the tragic loss of "Mavros" and put also an end to the life of the car, destroying it with dynamite.
Takis.
Thanks for the correction Taki.We are talking then about the race of October the 3rd 1971.
I post once more the car No1 of Mavros, right after the tragic accident.


PS.Is No6 GTAM of Fotiades the same car that lies rusty at Moschous' Alfa dealership?

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Alfetta 1800 berlina (scudo largo) 1979
Lancia Beta 2000 HPE 1977
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GTV116 have you seen the #6 GTAm, do you know the chassis number?
I have also heard about the GTAm at Moschous, but we need to confirm.
Perhaps we should make contact with Lakis Fotiadis I think he is the one he could enlighten our view front those days.
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Great pic's
Have someone old pic's from the 116 series (alfetta GTV) ?
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Great pic's
Have someone old pic's from the 116 series (alfetta GTV) ?
See page one
Here is another one (not old) from the Historic Acropolis Rally
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Fare sempre il contrario della massa.
E una garanzia per non sbagliare mai.
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Alfetta 2000L GTV 1978
Alfetta 1800 berlina (scudo largo) 1979
Lancia Beta 2000 HPE 1977
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Wow great, thats what i like.
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