real fenders. In one of the front ones was a slip of paper with the trademark Delta sign laminated in it.
The van Asselt car used to be Bob and Harmens car, with lots of real stuff on it, but replica. Don't know if they still have it.
The other, I have spoken to the owner on one club day, back then. Don't recall. Nice car.
Mine was sold because thoroughly rotten, but it was all Squadra Bianca underneath, so had all the right goodies and was very fast on zandvoort. I did a 2.20 lap of the long track, believe it or not, on '77 vintage Goodyears, that sat on a set of wide Montreal Wolfrace wheels which had been lying in stock for 25 years.
Huge fun, the tires were fine except old, so it was like driving on plastic instead of rubber, it drifted so easily. Had totally great machanical grip, but none whatsoever on the tires. So totally controllable. With the right rear axle I did 240 Kph on the highway. With the short axle I did 100kph to 200 kph in ten seconds flat.
In fifth, without downchanging......
It was terrific fun. But very very tired after three years of trackdays , races AND doubling as a daily driver!
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