I can translate if you want.Thanks for the links Guy, but I have two problems. I dont speak french
Yes, it's a pity !!! Victim of his success, Autodiva has changed the host of the forum in october 2010, so now it is impossible to open the older pictures!!the older pictures doesn't open anymore.
Pete, you're jumping to conclusions here.....the Australian T-33 was the ONLY T-33/3 closed coupe ever made. NOT a T33/2; completely different cars.If there is such a thing as an ugly Tipo 33, it has to be the one that ended up in Australia for a while. How could anybody put that front clip on a T33/2?
Hi Oden and everyone adding to this thread.......No, the Enna Car was from 1969 and the #75080-023 was built in 1971. Two different cars.
The Problem with #023 is, it was sold some years ago with an 33/3 LM Style body, modified to Can-Am Spider, but not the Body which Zipper used, back to Coupe and reverse and at Amelia Island Concours it appears in both ways. So which Car is which?
Vince,Hi Oden and everyone adding to this thread.......
This is a good opportunity to compare notes.
Where does Zippers #023 come into it? As I understand it was always known to be an open '71 spec with blunt-nose, later wheels etc. Never a suggestion it was connected to the Coupe in any way.
Perhaps the only thing in common was fitting of 4 litre engines. I always wondered how and why the Coupe had two 4 litre engines with it in Australia, but even the owner didn't know how, when or why it had this big engine.
What is the story with #007, also mentioned in another post ?
Look forward to your input!