Thank you so much ! Very interesting. Where do you get this kind of detailed information I ask myself ? Also the pictures are very nice and interesting, actually the one with the O.M. registration is the first one we received. I now have 2 different and independant sources stating that Autodelta invoiced the car to Belgium. Would be interesting to know to which importer in Belgium, since there were 4 at that time.
I wanted to send you a private message but apparently I do not have enough posts yet to do so ? Strange system. You can reach me at ???? in case you feel ok corresponding over email. The system is even blocking sending an emailadress I now notice...
Thank you very much in advance,
The photos and data for AR613107 are from Paolini archive, from the folder dedicated to Rallye prepared early GTAs. They are all of public domain (as far as I know). There is no much more about that chassis number in the documents. The original papers (scans) are now among unclassified material destined to Turin Automobile Museum, and will be free for consultation after elaboration (I hope). In the same folder there are more complete data for other rally trim GTAs (like AR613026 and AR613100, imported by So.F.A.R. in France, and probably the reason of misinterpretation of the history of AR613107; for one of them, Jean Rolland’s car, there is complete technical fiche, and if necessary, I can send those data to you for eventual restoration of AR613107 as it is sister car to other ones) I think that it is the right opportunity to restore that car, as the photos show the rare originality of almost all parts. My advice would be to investigate the history of “Racing Team Concordia” from Brussels in 1966-67, and search for fiches of AR613107, that are probably preserved.
I do consider the absolute majority of members of this forum, fine and educate people, but alas, I have had extremely bad experience with someone (almost certainly) present in forum, that abused of my ID and stolen my IP, sent numerous fake e-mails and hallucinatory material to various addresses. When I put my IP under control, the mails stopped but the habit of sending libellous letters (even to my close friends!) on my behalf and against Scuderia del Portello, continued. I am over 70 now and I need not to participate to similar merrymaking for sure. This is the reason that I would prefer not to expose my address, but you can certainly find the way to contact me if necessary.