Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: Bussum, The Netherlands
The cilinderhead in the picture is not 16V but 8V twinplug
Hello Borzacchini Jr,
Originally Posted by Borzacchini Jr
Yesterday I forgot the photo of 16V TS head and engine 1600 16V GTA from 1967,and to repeat once again: Engines for nautical racing were produced continuously from 1937 and in Autodelta times they were made in Settimo. Small (and not too small) producers as Abbate, Celli, Lucini & Frigerio, Molinari (they produced racing boats also), Telaroli, Timossi and many others used AR engines for their boats. So, it is obvious that many more than few engines were produced for nautical use in past years. Many of them have used 1300 GTA, 1600 GTA and reduced 1500 Injection engines made in Autodelta factory. These facts are well known and documented.
Thanks for the pictures.
But the cilinderhead definitely is not 16V single plug, it's 8V twin plug.
And to the members:
May I add this link for some additional info on AR 603142. Please read the info with care as some of it is definitely not true.
Autodelta 16v hardcore: 1966 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT gr.5 | Classic Virus
Last edited by Zagato_Olaf; 01-24-2014 at 03:06 AM.
Reason: additional info