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post #16 of 30 (permalink) Old 11-26-2007, 09:24 AM
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Can any of you come up with more specs. on the Alfa 800 used as Ferrari Transporter from 1948 ? Wheelbase , bhp ?
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Sorry the Alfa 800 is from 1949 !(sofar confirmed!)
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Then how about the Alfa 500 (NAG BUSSING) ??
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Hello, ilook after pictures of the alfa racetransporter. Specially the period 1967/1977.
The trucks,the "mobilhome" ,the bus etc
thanks to your help
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from here Italian Experimental Vehicles

Alfa Romeo 800 RE, CSEM 800 RE, 800 RE CSEM


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tipo33 , meaning AutoDelta ?

Yannick , after WWII this picture !
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You see, i look after picture like that..
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Is there a difference between Carrozzeria Sicca and Siccar?
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Alfa trucks
Alfa bus ??
Where ??
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Cool Bulldozer Alfa Romeo Ballila

What about this bulldozer fellow alfisti.

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15 H.P. Crawler Tractor
A rare, handsome and well engineered small
crawler tractor, built by Alfa-Romeo in 1939.
1660 cc Petrol Engine.
6 Forward and 2 Reverse Gears.
Unusual steering wheel operated geared steering.
Runs well and in very nice, original condition
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CUORE SPORTIVO
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If you must have a bus driver

If you needed to get somewhere quickly by public transport ,who would you choose as a driver. The chap behind the wheel of this Alfa Romeo 902 casaro tubocar perhaps?
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Fnm/alfa d-1100 & fnm 180

If you would like to hear what a large Alfa diesel engine sounds like check out the You Tube link below to a video by Paulo Renato FNM ,of a FNM/ALFA D-1100 being unloaded from the back of an FNM/Alfa 180..a few other good clips on FNM if you check.



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Alfa Romeo Racecar transporter

In 1936 Sc.Ferrari got 3 yellow Alfa Romeo 500 transporters. These were from 1938 taken over by Alfa Corse , later Alfa Romeo and used as racecar transporters till the end of 1951. I have some questions , perhaps one of you can solve , please ?

1936 : Were the fenders red ?
1938 : Did Alfa Corse continue in yellow ?
1946 : Where the colours changed to grey right after the war ?
1950 : Where they ever in red colours ?
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