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  Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale

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Country of origin:Italy
Produced from:1967 - 1969
Numbers built:18 (All chassis)
Introduced at:1967 Turin Motor Show
Internal name:Tipo 33
Designed by:Franco Scaglione
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:July 25, 2011
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 Prototiop Arese  
To correct Odin's statement. Arese 33 Stradale has chassis number 105.33.12 and it is original period car produced in Autodelta in 1967 (confirmed by Carlo Chiti and Teo Zeccoli in 1988 interview. Scaglione also mentioned two prototype built at Autodelta, and there are invoices for their parts). There were two four hedlight prototypes built under direct supervision of Franco Scaglione and both have chassis numbers that starts with 105.33.xx, while production cars have chassis numbers with 750.33.1xx numeration. 01 is sold in Japan as correctly stated, but second car never left AR factory. It is restored time ago and in perfect shape.
The Museums Car is not the Prototipo. It carries Chassisnumber AR105.33.12 and was build on an Magnesium (Daytona)Chassis in the late 70th, for the Museo Storico.
Prototipo was sold to Galeria Abarth, in Japan.

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