This sounds like a great idea, except not one car numbered like this exists. It's time to check your math.The second way was to use any 1750 GTV USA LHD car (starting from body number AR 1350001) that had been homologated as a GTAm and this time use the homologation FIA 1576 Group 2 variation 3/2V and have them installed to run in FIA Group 2 in 1970/71.
Honestly Steve105, you, and probably I , need to get some counseling.Since we can easily ignore Pete's last post as it has no relevance to the the initial request we must not ignore the process and dilemmas in selecting an appropriate candidate donor car. Whether it's the second GT Veloce 1600 I on sold to be restored or Pete's 1750 GTAm project that he abandoned to later restore the car (around post 3000). What is evident that some body shells are so needy like in Pete's 1750 GTV case he most likely had no choice but to abandon the GTAm project.
But you are also not making any sense. My car, as rusty as she was, would have been a perfect GTAm replica shell to use. A perfect car to ruin for a replica.https://www.alfabb.com/threads/gtam-questions.1017/#post-7485 said:Okay I have been thinking hard about a race car related project once I finish restoring my 1750 GTV to concours condition. And while I want this car to be one of the few original standard ones left I also want to return to the race track, but not obviously in this car.
Steve,... my first choice of a GT Veloce 1600 Jan 1967 to August 1967 may not be available as a donor car so as a second choice would be GT Sprint 1600 from 1965 to 1966 (there currently is a 1965 GT Sprint 1600 for sale with out it's original engine on e-bay in Australia for 36k) , then the third choice is GT Veloce 1600 from 1966.