An Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale (1971) To Review
The Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale by definition, the manufacturer want to make this sport car as a version of street legal car that is referred to Stradale which means road going in Italian. This kind of sport car if you want to know is manufactured between 1967 until 1971. Nevertheless, let put the concern now only on Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale (1971) review. This car is firstly appears at Turin Motor Show in 1967. Unlike other sport car on that time, Alfa Rome 33 Stradale seems different, and this is not merely about the appearance of the car, but more.
Something Special About Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale
Nowadays, you may be very familiar with a typical butterfly door that is installed as part of a sport car’s design, but do you know the one that start it? Read on, and Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale (1971) review will exactly tell you. It is said that, the very first sport car which applies the idea about butterfly door for its tubular body is Alfa Romeo 33 Stradales . Each car that is produced, all of them looks different from and another, why? It is because Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale is made by hand. You can spot the different through the headlight where the previous provides you with two lights, while the latter production caters you with only one.
Price And Engine Of Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale
Through Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale (1971) review, you will figure out the price and the engine under the bonnet. Start from the price, Alfa Rome Stradale costs you $17,000, while a similar car on that time simply costs only $2,822, see the difference? For under the hood will discover, V-8 2.0L engine that is completed with SPICA fuel injection and 16 sparks plugs. Also, the engine is mated with six-speed manual for its transmission. Based on the engine that is put there, this sport car can produce about 230bhp.
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