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    Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale 1967

    Hi,Everybody!If someone of You,guys know company that build replica of ALFA ROMEO 33/2 STRADALE '67 ,please,let me know.Thank You!
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    Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale

    In the late 80's a few cars were built with Montreal engines in the surroundings of Milan. One car was offered in the 2002 Pebble Beach auction , but not sold.
    I tried to locate this car , but had no luck until now. Me be anybody can help ?

    I have enough engine parts to built four cars, but if you want to built it with original magnesium frame and with alu panels, it will be extremly complicated.

    On the other side I have the possibilty to get all the measures and details from an original car , which stands around the corner .

    So, if you're still interested and you've won the jack pot ..........

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    about 33/2 stradale

    Thank you,tipo33!I'm not going to build replika ot tipo33/2,'couse I don't have any clue how to do it.I just ask is there anybody anywhere who's offering kit kar of it.About the original 33/2s (where they disappear) everything that I find so far is here:www.classicscars.com/chassis/alfa33.htm I know who can make 99% perfect copy of the body,even the magnesium frame is possible(I think),but how much gonna cost that! Is it affordable to me (I am not a millionaire!)Just go to visit www.temperocars.com ,and you'll see what these guys doing!My God!And how they do do it! So ,anyway,THANK YOU! See'ya later
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    well .. the best thing would be an original . but a reproduction is the next best thing .. i wonder what engine do you wish to put in it ... will have to be a V8
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    Thank you DasModell !Sure will be great to put some V8 inside!Montreal's engine is just for that,and any other modern Alfa engine too.And paddle shift! Wow!Start to dreaming ,ah? But I don't think about the motoring and technic inside.I don't have any idea where to find detailed and corect blueprints of the car.The only one link that offer blueprints of the body(set of 4 blueprints) and blueprint of the chassis(asymmetric magnesium tubular frame)-4 blueprints set,is www.blueprint69.com ,but unfortunately and both sets are not avialable at the moment!If you have the body you'll consider about the engine.Is it? Thank you!

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    thanks for the blueprint site .. it super
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    Hi there Pinjo,

    Could you tell us Stradale-lovers were or how we could see that advertisement i'm very curious. By the way i own original blueprints of the stradale, both body and layout, i bought them a number of years ago because i think it's the most beautifull car ever made.

    greetings Edwin M.

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    Hi Stradale_nut!
    Are you interested to sell me a copy of your original blueprints of the stradale?
    I will build soon an AR 33 Stradale replica and it's very usefull to me.
    Best regards
    Nuno Oliveira

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    Stadale blueprints

    Hello Nuno,

    If you give me your e-mail adres i'll get in contact with you OK.

    greetings "Stradale_Nut"

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    Hi Pinjo...and Stradale nut....and everybody else

    yes, apparently there is a guy here in Croatia who has the car. you can check it on www.oglasnik.hr, "mali oglasi" and then issue 20.01.05.

    since i love old alfas and owe one (although not 33 stradale) i made some inquieries. the car is apparently bought few years ago in southern-croatia for 5.000 EUR. the guy did not know which car is it until he came home and made some research on the internet.

    then he spent 40.000 EUR on restauration and now the car is ready to drive. the car is not for sale, apparently it ended up in the advertisment by mistake by his brother.

    i will make sure to see the car, since i am extremely interested to see.

    does somebody know where to find VIN numbers on the frame or bodyshell of 33 stradale?

    if somebody knows please tell me..

    cheers
    1600 GTA Stradale

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    Hello Pinjo

    The chills go down my spine to see someone sold a stradale for that kind of money and didn't realise what he really had. In this time of fast information of internet,.... A great story !!
    The only thing i found on the site was this:

    1401 alfa 33 coupe stradale, 67.g., v-8, 2000 ccm 23 ohp 6 brzina 260 max brz., 091/ Broj uz pretplatu

    In this add i recognise: 1967 / V8 / 2000cc / 230 HP / 6 speed / 260 kmh

    I don't really know what to do with this add but maybe there's other info on this car.
    here's the site of all the chassis numbers:

    www.classicscars.com/chassis/alfa33.htm

    i guess it must be #104 or #105 or #110 since it isn't listed and i know from other sources that there aren't many more than these altough the opinions vary on these numbers

    and the Chassisnumber would be something like: 75033*104

    I'm really intersted in all the info there is on this car !!!!

    greetings: Stradale_nut

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    I would like to produce a Stradale chassis with longitudinal Alfa v6 engine and Hewland gearbox. Body design is up to artists

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    is that a revised version of the car recently presented by Sbarro, which has a transverse engine?
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    Hi to all, I'm new in this great forum!
    I'm also interested for a 33 stradale replica! I love this car...
    bye

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    Hi Stradale nut,

    unfortunately, that's all i know about the car (what i wrote previously). i saw this add in the newspapers and simply called the guy.

    i do not know anything else about the car, but i will see the guy at the first oldtimer rally that will take place in croatia and hopefully find out some more info.

    at this stage it is hard to tell, since nobody whom i know actually saw that car or heard anything about it. i know lot of alfa freaks around the country, but this add simply appeared out of the blue!!!! (which is a bit weird for such a small country).

    anyway, as soon as i hear anything i will share it with you.

    cheers.
    1600 GTA Stradale

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