Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale
Alongside the development of the new sports prototype car (the 33/2) a road version was also designed. First released in September 1967, it featured all the sports car characteristics such as its mid-mounted twin-spark dohc fuel-injected V8 engine with 230bhp whilst being clothed in a spectacular new 2-seat body designed and constructed by Franco Scaglione. The thin aluminum shell covered a lightweight tubular frame and featured fully openable panels commonly found on competition cars.
Total production was 18 examples from 1967 to 1971.
Driveline longitudinal engine in centre with rear wheel drive Engine 1995cc (78x52,2mm) dohc V8 with 230bhp @ 8,800rpm Suspension front : double wishbone with coil springs and telescopic dampers plus anti-roll bar
rear : double wishbone with coil springs and telescopic dampers plus anti-roll bar
wheelbase : 2350mm
track (front/rear) : 1350mm/1445mm
Brakes front : discs
rear : discs
dual hydraulic circuit
handbrake on rear wheels
Gearbox 6 speed manual plus limited slip differential Steering rack and pinion Dry weight 700kg
The model type was 105.33 whilst the engine was AR00533.
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