OK, but do you have any substantial of the whereabouts of the Laureati car than the above?I dont think that the Stradale on Abarth museum, has any relationship to do with
The Lauranti 750.33.105.
But did the chassis 750.00.105 carrier Spartaci Dino and the beautiful young Girl Suzanna Raganelli, when she drove the 33 Stradale.
It is difficult to find any real information.
Anyone who knows.???
By all means, mix up happens!Excuse i have mixed the 105 and 106
2000 touring sp; Does this tipo 33 said:I quite agree with Gabor that this t33 does not have a top mounted wiper. Two types of upper door hinge were used; one - the early type - protrudes more than the later type, - to do with the door opening area - and it is this upper hinge that can be seen.
Unfortunately fotos not with me here.
In 1968 Had the German car magazine Auto Motor & Sport a test of Tipo 33 Stradale.
It was able to do a 1000m in 24 sek. That should be the fastest acceleration that was measured on a street legal car, general on the world, at that time .
I think it was the Stradale with the vin number 750.33.103. But I am not certain on the vin number.
The driver, or one of them, was the development engineer at Porsche Manfred Jankte. Interesting that a Porsche employed did participated.
Does anybody have that issue of Auto Motor & Sport. And are they willing to share it with the member here on Alfa BB, by posting a scan.
Attach a picture where they was preparing the Stradale to test
I have a B/W copy of that article, which was the one I referred to here in an earlier post. If nobody offers a colour copy I could scan the article if there is interest. Its in german. Actually I remember they had a lot of problems just getting big Manfred Jantke into the car and all sorts of problems using the car on the road. Like bad spark plugs, problems getting into garages etc. They found it was better to keep the car on the track!Does anybody have that issue of Auto Motor & Sport. And are they willing to share it with the member here on Alfa BB, by posting a scan.