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Yes. I'm sorry it was not clear. 1530246 was/is on the list of GTAm here: GTAm chassisnumbers
If I understand, 1530246 has been identified as a "potential typo". I think the for sale ad I posted makes it clear that this chassis number needs to be removed once and for all. There should be no question - it is not, and never was a GTAm.
Hey. Thanks for clarification and the findings.
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Yes. I'm sorry it was not clear. 1530246 was/is on the list of GTAm here: GTAm chassisnumbers
If I understand, 1530246 has been identified as a "potential typo". I think the for sale ad I posted makes it clear that this chassis number needs to be removed once and for all. There should be no question - it is not, and never was a GTAm.
Sharp thinking.
It proofs and confirms that chassisnumber #1530246 indeed was a typo. I changed this in the list and made a note for the other typos we found.

Thank you for adding this info.

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Major updates:
December 29th 2020
December 31st 2021
May 3rd 2022.

Hello members,

I thought it was time to start updating the compiled list with GTAm chassisnumbers of genuine and authentic cars (as of 30-12-2020). Thus making a new compilation of the information that we have gathered from February 2010 up to and until December of 2021. Thank you for all the fellow members that contributed to this thread/database!

But first, what exactly is a GTAm?

Definition:
As already said the GTAm was an Alfa Romeo 1750 GTV USA (105.51) that had Spica fuelinjection. It had two brake boosters and standing pedals. These cars were in period converted by Autodelta to GTAm specification. The homologation papers specify what changes could be made. Autodelta had a complete list of options to convert the car into a GTAm.
Along with the type 1750 GTV USA (105.51) some type 1750 GTV EU (105.44) have also been converted (standing and hanging pedals). The same goes for some type 2000 GTV's (105.21) with hanging pedals.
Besides that, UlrichGTA told me that in Germany a GT 1300 Junior (105.30) has been converted to GTAm (because the GT 1300 Junior was lighter?).

Difficulty with the GTAm is, that it never had a unique type- and chassisnumber. This is unlike the type GTA (105.32 LHD and 105.34 RHD) and type GTA 1300 Junior (105.59).

Variants:
There are variants within the different types:
  • new cars from the production line converted to GTAm spec's by Autodelta SpA as Autodelta works cars
  • new cars from the production line converted to GTAm spec's by Autodelta SpA as Autodelta customer cars
  • existing cars converted to GTAm spec's by Autodelta SpA as Autodelta customer cars
  • new or existing cars converted to GTAm spec's by other tuners/teams with parts from a specific tuner or a combination of Autodelta, Angelini, Balduzzi, Facetti and other parts like the Balduzzi cars (Tony Adriaensens mentions this in his book)
  • new or existing (replacement) bodyshells with or without a chassisnumber that were equipped with Autodelta, Angelini, Balduzzi and other parts (for example from wrecked cars)
  • other variants on this theme in various stages of tune within the rules and specifications of the homoligation of the 1750 GTAm.
Edited: All this "in period" (1969 untill and including 1973/maybe early 1974).

There is a list of Autodelta options for your 1750/2000 GTAm called "GTAm modifications & options for GTAm". Source of this info is the 1st edition of 'Alleggerita' by Tony Adriaensens. These options (and more?) are also mentioned in the editions (I to IV) of the "Performance Options Catalog".
In the 2nd edition of 'Alleggerita' by Adriaensens, Dasse & Übelher, you will find a list and photographs of the parts that are specific to the GTAm (als well as to the Giulia Sprint GTA, GTA-SA and GTA 1300 Junior). This 2nd edition is a must for any GTA, GTA 1300 Junior, GTA-SA and 1750/2000 GTAm fan!

Options:
The options according to the 1st edition of 'Alleggerita' which are also found in the "Performance Options Catalog" (nr. IV or Rev 2/77):

  • Aluminium or steel or plastic doors, hood/bonnet and boot/rear deck lid
  • Plastic dashboard
  • Plexiglass door glass ? descending window or sliding window
  • Lightweight laminated Glaverbel windshield and rear window
  • Rear window also available in Plexiglass
  • Lightweight battery in trunk (Warley)
  • Anatomic racing seat Tipo 33? total weight 3 kg/6.6 lbs
  • Roll over protection cage
  • Leather rimmed racing (steering) wheel
  • FIA oil catch tank (1 litre)
  • Special rear axle locating system, sliding block
  • Fully modified differential housing including Pivot Pin and reinforcements
  • Steel torque Tee? optional Unibal joints
  • Modified arms for rear stabiliser bar
  • Koni 220/85 shock absorbers
  • Modified front suspension
  • 26 mm front stabiliser bar
  • 18 mm rear stabiliser bar
  • Special close ratio gearboxes ? on demand Colotti T 118 gearbox
  • ZF Autolock differential
  • Lightweight bell housing, gears and gear lever
  • Special lightweight racing or heavy duty rallye assembly clutch
  • Sebring front exhaust pipe
  • 100 litre fuel tank with racing cab
  • Special Autodelta patented 100 litre safety fuel tank
  • Reinforcements for oversize tank
  • Dual Bendix fuel pumps + Lucas main fuel pump
  • Special plumbing for dual fuel pumps
  • Serck? oil cooler
  • Electron alloy deep sump and protection shields
  • Modified oil pumps with, if necessary longer pickups for deep pan bottoms
  • Elaborated crankcase
  • Monosleeves
  • Special racing camshafts
  • Special racing pistons flat?
  • Lightweight flywheel
  • Racing crankshafts
  • Special steel racing (connecting)rods; 0,740 kg/ 1.631 lbs
  • Special small cylinderhead valve angle 45 degrees with double ingnition
  • Guillotine throttle assembly for use with Spica or Lucas mk II
  • Fiberglass air box assembly with integral horns & nozzle holders
  • Spica or Lucas injection
  • 10.000 rpm rev-counter
  • Dinoplex electric ignition
  • Ventilated ATE front and rear discs with aluminium calipers
  • 13 inch Campagnolo magnesium wheels (from 7Lx13 to 10Lx13) also 7Lx15 was available
  • Plastic front and rear fender flares to use with 13inch wheels

On special demand:
  • 16 valve, single ignition cylinder heads approx. 240 hp
  • T64 braking torque differential

I doubt whether this list is fully complete.
What about:
  • Radiator (copper) expansion tank?
  • Special Autodelta works engines?
  • 16 valve exhaust manifold?

I have to check the 2nd edition of 'Alleggerita' for the list with options.

And what about other tuners such as Angelini with it's 2000cc 16 valve cylinderhead with Weber carburettors?
Further specifications can be found in the homologation papers.

Development:
A lot of GTAm's will have been rebuilt and updated during and after their racing life, engines and gearboxes were swapped, extra weight taken off for example hillclimbing, they have been restored, etc ..... And some of these cars had great palmares while others were less fortunate.

Copies:
Besides that, there are a lot of copies with various stages of tune with less or more original GTAm parts. Have a look around on alfabb and you will see a lot of GTV's being changed into GTAm copies. Some of them are very nice and well built.

Chassisnumbers:
Here is a list with with chassisnumbers and the sources of the information we have collected sofar. The latest list dates from 30-12-2020. This list is an updated and extended version of the earlier lists published here. Sources for this list are Maurizio Tabucchi (MT) in his book 'Alfa Romeo GTA', Adriaensens in his 1st edition of the book 'Alleggerita', Adriaensens, Dasse & Übelher (A,D&Ü) in their 2nd edition of the book 'Alleggerita', members of this forum and my own research.
The so called 'bad scan' that is mentioned was a paper with errors that caused some misunderstandings concerning chassisnumbers. You wil see the typos in the list. There is a link to origin of the mix-up at the bottom of this post.

List from 30-12-2020 with updates pending.

Chassisnumbers 105.44 European 1750 GTV conversion to GTAm.

# 1357840 Copy. Monzeglio Squadra Corse, round front indicator lights, CT licenseplate, copy of the real car accoording too the sellers of this vehicle.

# 1358476 Elaborazione Autodelta 1968, Autodelta works engine (source: MT), history mentioned by A,D&Ü, licenseplates BL 54224 / TV 191114 / PN 48500 / TV 313588

# 1357933 Questionmark (source: Martin Übelher)

# 1363100 History mentioned by A,D&Ü

# 1378479 Monzeglio Squadra Corse 1970 (source: MT), Martin Übelher confirms this car as genuine in post #40, history mentioned by A,D&Ü, this car has the square indicator lights in the front instead of the small round indicator lights, licenseplate TO E38632

# 1382607 Autodelta SpA prepared, history mentioned by A,D&Ü.
(source: Fred della Noce), Fred noted that he used to own a Brasilian ex Jolly Club Hotel GTAm now owned by Alcidis Diniz in Brasil.

Chassisnumbers 105.51 US 1750 GTV conversion to GTAm

# 1530037 Questionmark (source: Eiso Bergsma, he claims that the original Autodelta invoice is with the car, others claim that this invoice belongs to another GTAm and was copied), prepared in 1974, Balduzzi camcover, history mentioned by (A,D&Ü)

# 1530038 No GTAm (source: Don Best) Typo for 1530938 according to Martinues 'bad scan', Don Best confirmed it is a typo because he was working from the 'bad' scan.

# 1530145 No GTAm (source: Don Best) Typo for 1532345, according to Martinues 'bad scan'.

# 1530246 No GTAm (source: Don Best) Typo for #1532346, according to Martinues 'bad scan'. It turns out that 0246 is a roadgoing 1750 gtv so that definitely confirms that there were typos in the "bad scan" in the chassisnumbers. See post #397

# 1530537 Questionmark (source: RossoGTVforme, Autodelta prepared (works car?). No date (Sent to US), seen in Monterey. More info?)

#1530671 Autodelta SpA, 01-09-1969, history mentioned by A,D&Ü, licenseplates Prova MI 1370/F-DE 65/MI K97829

# 1530776 Autodelta SpA, 29-10-1969, history mentioned by A,D&Ü, licenseplate MI L18548

# 1530782 Jolly Club, 31-12-1969 Takis confirms car now in the Alfa Romeo Museo Storico collection, see post #34, history mentioned by A,D&Ü, licenseplate MI L12787

# 1530787 No GTAm (source: Don Best) Typo for #1530782 according to Martinues 'bad scan', Don Best confirmed it is a typo because he was working from the 'bad' scan. No GTAm.

# 1530834 Autodelta SpA works car No date (source: Adriaensens) Imported by Alfa Romeo Benelux, history mentioned by A,D&Ü

#1530838 Autodelta SpA to Alfa Romeo Vertriebs GmbH Frankfurt am Main. Raced by Hahn, history mentioned by A,D&Ü, licenseplates MA GS-555/MA TB-555

# 1530840 Raced by Alfa Romeo Benelux/Grafo Racing Team No date (source: Adriaensens), chassis mentioned by A,D&Ü

# 1530841 Autodelta SpA. Raced by Hahn No date (source: Adriaensens), history mentioned by A,D&Ü, licenseplate MA HE-555

# 1530843 Chassis mentioned by A,D&Ü

# 1530848 Alfa Romeo 27-01-1970 previously owned and raced by Toine Hezemans No date (source: Adriaensens), chassis mentioned by A,D&Ü, licenseplate 63-42-MN and 93-42-MN

# 1530849 Autodelta SpA 27-01-1970, history mentioned by A,D&Ü, licenseplates MI K92422/HGN-19K ,

# 1530879 Autodelta SpA 08-01-1970, history mentioned by A,D&Ü, licenseplate MI K63991

# 1530896 Autodelta SpA 28-01-1970, history mentioned by A,D&Ü,

# 1530938 Autodelta SpA 26-01-1970, history mentioned by A,D&Ü,
could be ex-Chiapparini and ex-Rosso Bianco collection, is now in private collection and for sale as of december 2010, licenseplate MI K91850

# 1530952 Autodelta SpA 26-01-1970 (source: MT) Autodelta works car No date (source: Adriaensens), history mentioned by A,D&Ü, licenseplate MI L27247

# 1530974 Alfa Romeo (source: Bjorn Schmidt), history mentioned by A,D&Ü)

# 1531034 Autodelta SpA 11-02-1970 (source: MT), history mentioned by A,D&Ü, licenseplate MI L26447

# 1531039 Autodelta SpA 11-02-1970 (source: MT) Ex SOFAR France driven by Chasseuil (source: Adriaensens), history mentioned by A,D&Ü

# 1531042 Autodelta SpA 16-02-1970 (source: MT) Autodelta works car No date (source: Adriaensens), history mentioned by A,D&Ü, licenseplate MI L26448

# 1531068 Alfa Romeo 24-02-1970 Car was bought at the end of 1970 and needed a rebuild when it arrived in Australia (source: Vince Sharp), history mentioned by A,D&Ü, have a look at GTAm revealed at AROCA Spettacolo 2013

# 1531210 Raced by Alfa Romeo Benelux No date (source: Adriaensens), history mentioned by A,D&Ü

# 1531212 Alfa Romeo SpA, history mentioned by A,D&Ü, licenseplate MI L47391

# 1531222 Alfa Romeo SpA 20-02-1970 (source: MT) see post #192, history mentioned by A,D&Ü, licenseplates MI L47392/ SI 124926

# 1531230 Autodelta SpA, 30-05-1970 (source: Adriaensens), history mentioned by A,D&Ü, licenseplate MI L47393

# 1531231 Luigi Cecchini 26-05-1970 (source: MT), Takis confirms car is now in Greece, see post #35, Autodelta works engine* No date (source: Adriaensens), history mentioned by A,D&Ü, licenseplate MI L29550

#1532022 Alfa Romeo 01-10-1970, sold 22-02-1971 in Madrid, Spain, body colour is white with black interior, chassis mentioned by A,D&Ü, licenseplate MI M48973

#1532028 Alfa Romeo Deutschland, history mentioned by A,D&Ü

#1532099 Alfa Romeo 14-01-1971 (source: Matteo Tstsis). Car tuned by Autodelta and sold on the 10th of May 1971 to Motor Hellas, Athens, Greece

# 1532165 No GTAm (source: Don Best) Typo for 1532166 according to Martinue's 'bad scan', Don Best confirmed it is a typo because he was working from the 'bad' scan.

# 1532166 Alfa Romeo Destination USA (source: MT) Autodelta prepared for Scuderia Brescia Corse No date (source: Adriaensens), history mentioned by A,D&Ü, licenseplates MI L27427/MI L31853/MI M54088/PR193113/MN 192542

# 1532265 Autodelta SpA 23-01-1971 (source: MT), Escuderia Nacional, history mentioned by A,D&Ü, licenseplate MI M48973

# 1532307 Autodelta SpA 23-01-1971 (source: MT), history mentioned by A,D&Ü

# 1532327 Autodelta SpA 23-01-1971 (source: MT), chassis mentioned by A,D&Ü

# 1532345 Alfa Romeo 17-05-1971, (source: MT in post #112: thread concerning 'GTAm prices' mentioning the 'Angola' GTAm's), chassis mentioned by A,D&Ü, licenseplate AAD-XX-XX

# 1532346 Alfa Romeo 17-05-1971 (source: MT in post #112: thread concerning 'GTAm prices' mentioning the 'Angola' GTAm's), history mentioned by A,D&Ü, licenseplates AAD-XX-XX/ST-76-00

# 1533142 Autodelta SpA 28-01-1972 (source: MT) Autodelta works car No date (source: Adriaensens), history mentioned by A,D&Ü

# 1534912 Questionmark (source: Ecarrillo) Should this read 1354912 and was it a typo. Why then was chassis 1534912 mentioned in the auction data? What about the RHD? Questionmark.

# 1538476, Questionmark, this probably should read as #1358476 (source: Adriaensens)

Please remember that this list is not complete, where the history of the individual chassis is concerned. There simpy isn't enough room to add all that is known.
Please note that Adriaensens, Dasse & Übelher have added a lot of history to the individual chassisnumbers in the 2nd edition of "Alleggerita". More is to come, because A, D & Ü did not add history that could not be verified. For example #1530841 is one of the chassisnumbers with a lot of info to be added.

Furthermore, Tom Tanner made a list of colours belonging to the different chassisnumbers.

Please feel free to correct and add information to this list.

Sources:
  • "Alleggerita" 1st edition by Tony Adriaensens
  • "Alfa Romeo GTA" by Maurizio Tabucchi
  • "Alleggerita" 2nd edition by Tony Adriaensens, Patrick Dasse & Martin Übelher
  • "Performance Options Catalog" by Autodelta, nrs I to IV
  • "Competition Reference Manual" by Don Black, revision of edition 2, January 10th 1999
  • Research & information from fellow AlfaBB members and facebook members
  • My own research

Ciao, Olaf 03-05-2022.

Origin of the "bad scan".
 

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Dear members,

Here are some pictures of #1530841 in the late seventies / early eighties.
Not much has been published on this chassisnumber in the second edition of "Alleggerita".
These pictures were shared on fb by the former owner.
I asked if I could copy them.

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I seem to recall that ..0841 was the Ertl car; at least the Hahn Am that he raced with primarily.
Where is it now?

...The other Hahn Am was raced by Schuler and Betzler: View attachment 1692335
Thank you Biscione,

That is correct!
The pictures are from the German owner back in the seventies/eighties.
He has taken care of the car!

The car has been in the hands of a Dutch collector/aficionado of everything GTA last time I checked.
Nice anecdote on how I found out this hillclimb car in the pits was a real GTAm somewhere 2010. The car was sitting there and I got a tingle because the way it looked. This wasn't any "GTAm". So I talked with the Dutch owner and asked if I could see the enginebay. We hadn't discussed what it was except for the hillclimb past. He smiled and opened the hood. I noticed an original copper expansiontank, an Autodelta oilcatchtank, a testa stretta engine, a GTAm style thick cooler and all the other goodies you would expect on a genuine 1750/2000 GTAm. The enginebay was a sort of satinblack. All Autodelta features. And looking neat but old, as you expect from a car that has been sitting inside for a long time. Just as the condition I had seen on #1530848, when it had been sitting in a garage in Amsterdam for more than 25 years. So I checked the chassisnumber and it read #1530841. I knew this was one of the original Autodelta prepaired cars. So I told him I knew this car was a GTAm for real because of the chassisnumber and the features of the car and enginebay/driveline. He smiled at me, nodded and we talked about the car and its history. Then we closed the cover and shook hands. A little secret. Johnny Tipler walked by and didn't notice the car, he told me in one of the threads here on alfabb.

Let me check what the chassisnumber of the other Hähn GTAm was. It was #1530838.
There are some pictures of #1530841 around on fb but because of copyrights,
I remain hesitant to publish those pictures here unless having permission from the owner of the photographs.

I will link to the pictures I personally shot of #1530841, at Spettacolo Sportivo Alfa Romeo somewhere 2010.

More updates to come on this and other chassisnumbers. Your info is very valuable.
I have some catching up to do on structuring the information and pictures.

Ciao, Olaf
 

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Dear members,

Here is the link to the pictures that I shot of #1530841.

Ciao, Olaf
 

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Hello members,

And here is a link to the pictures that Biscione published earlier of #1530838.
#1530838 is the sistercar to #1530841, both part of the Alfa Hähn team.
Where possible, I will link previous posts of threads here on alfabb as to compile the information on the chassisnumbers here.


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Hello members,

In another thread with the title "Monosleeves / monoliners", we talk about the different options for the different bore & stroke engines.
There were a lot ofmonosleeve types including those for 1750/2000 GTAm.
 

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Hello members,

The latest recap of 1750/2000 GTAm chassisnumbers is in post #404.

During our search, we bumped into various lincense plates for GTAm's.
This only a small part of all licenseplates carried by GTAm's.,
The following period licenseplates were found up to now*.
* I noticed that the plates from Portugal and Greece are missing. To be added.

Italy MI K91850 GTAm #?? Giro d'Italia 1973 Venturi - Civolani and #35 Silverstone 1973 Facetti
Italy MI K92422 GTAm #23 Brno 1971 Hezemans, # 40 Spa 1971
Italy MI K9?291 GTAm #24 Brno 1971 Facetti
Italy MI L27247 GTAm #42 Spa 1971 Hezemans, #50 Spa 1973 Larini - Facetti
Italy MI L12787 GTAm #51 Spa 1973 Dini - Dona and #23 Zandvoort Dini - Dona
Italy MI L31853 GTAm #41 Spa 1971
Italy MI L76850 GTAm #22 Zandvoort 1973 Deen - Zeccoli
Italy MI L47393 GTAm #46 Critérium des Cévennes 1970 Barailler-Fayel (4th), Monte Carlo 1971 Barailler and #37 Silverstone 1973 Dona
Italy MI L47392 GTAm #59 Tour de France 1970 Darniche-Demange (DNF), Coupe des Alpes 1971 Chassseuil-Baron
Italy MI L47391 GTAm #45 Critérium des Cévennes 1970 "Christine"-"Biche" (15th) Winner "Coupe des Dames" and #57 Tour de France 1970 Barailler-Fayel (DNF)
Italy MI L26447 GTAm #60 Tour de France 1970 Dieudonné-Curien (14th) entered by SOFAR
Italy MI L26448 GTAm #57 Tour de France 1971 Chasseuil-Baron (16th) entered by SOFAR
Italy MI K63991 GTAm #47 Critérium des Cévennes 1970 Consten-Todt (3th)
Italy MI K97829 GTAm #58 Tour de France 1970 Pianta-Alemani (7th), # 25 Monza 4 hours
Italy ?? ??????? GTAm #56 Tour de France 1970 Verrier-Vanson (SOFAR ??)
Italy MI L18548 GTAm #27 Monza 1971 Hezemans
Germany MA HE 555 GTAm #189 Fassberg 1971 Ertl
Germany MA TB 555 GTAm #154 Diepholz 1971 Ertl
Germany F-HD 75 #94 Nürburgring 1970
Holland 93-42-MN GTAm Slotemaker and Hezemans
England HGN 19K GTAm #27F Silverstone 1972 Bertorelli-Clark

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Hello Olaf,
I am sending you a list of chassinumbers that I found in my file from the Alfa service center where I used to work. All of the numbers are known eccept from the one that I circled (1531222). Unless I am wrong, this chassinumber is nowhere to be found.
Best regards,
Franco
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Hello Olaf,
I am sending you a list of chassinumbers that I found in my file from the Alfa service center where I used to work. All of the numbers are known eccept from the one that I circled (1531222). Unless I am wrong, this chassinumber is nowhere to be found.
Best regards,
Franco
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Hello Franco,

Do you know when your list was compiled and by whom?

Your list looks very much like (not an exact copy) the list that Maurizio Tabucchi published on page 243 in his book "Alfa Romeo GTA", published in 1994 by Giorgio Nada Editore.

Your list also looks very much like the list in the article "Soltanto quindici le Autodelta DOC" from a "Il Registro delle - GTAm -". That list was published by RCL (Route Classische as Martinue stated) in December of 1996.
It is also somewhere on alfabb as an attachment, because I have a reference of that.

Compare the above list with post #404.

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Hi all,

I am asking to you guys a help to reconstruct the story of the GTAM with plate MIL47392 with chassis number #1531230

Which is the story behind?
Where I can find it?

Thanks a lot in advance.

Vito
 

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Hello Franco,

Do you know when your list was compiled and by whom?

Your list looks very much like (not an exact copy) the list that Maurizio Tabucchi published on page 243 in his book "Alfa Romeo GTA", published in 1994 by Giorgio Nada Editore.

Your list also looks very much like the list in the article "Soltanto quindici le Autodelta DOC" from a "Il Registro delle - GTAm -". That list was published by RCL in December of 1996. It is also somewhere on alfabb as an attachment, because I have a reference of that.

Compare the above list with post #404.

Ciao, Olaf


Hello Olaf,

I can't tell exactly when the list was compiled or by whom but I got it in the 70s while working as an Alfa Romeo mechanic. I'm a retired mechanic specializing in Alfa Romeo cars for over 50 years. During my carrier and after retiring I had restored and build nomerous calssic Alfa Romeo cars including these ones:

- the chassis number 1531230
this car was build with original Autodelta spare parts.



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Hi all,

I am asking to you guys a help to reconstruct the story of the GTAM with plate MIL47392 with chassis number #1531230

Which is the story behind?
Where I can find it?

Thanks a lot in advance.

Vito
See list page 14 post 274 where is says a history for 1531230 is found in the second edition of Alleggerita.

Ciao

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I brought the chassi from the US and I built the car with original Autodelta car parts for myself. Then later, I sold the car to OKP.

If you are interested in more photos, let me know and I will send you a few.

Best wishes,
Franco
When did you do this build. And what more can you say about the "original Autodelta parts car"

Ken
 
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