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    Very interesting thread so far.
    For those that are interested in a replica look here.
    I'm not great at German but he seems to have done quite a bit of work.
    I don't know how good the model is as he has only sections but it will be interesting to watch.

    http://www.design-classic-cars.de/al...tradale01.html
    Most Germans speek english so give them a call.

    Stadale nut . .. I've PM'd you regarding the blueprints.

    Maybe we can try and persuade nopassn to dig through his photo archives and se if he has more images of the chassis.
    Last edited by 90ft; 12-12-2005 at 08:01 AM.

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    very interesting link, apparently he has a full CAD-CAM system of the body, and he has recreated the shape upon which panels can be beaten. Most likely any replica will have to run a Montreal engine as real TT engines are scarse.

    There is a Cooper T86 Alfa Romeo running in the TGP series, where the owner is still looking for a real TT engine, to replace the current Montreal, which produces about 300 BHP.
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    I wonder how acurate the body will be. If his only reference is those section drawings it could be a long way off.
    I hope they continue to update the site as they go.

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    Message to Blue Flame

    Hello "Blue Flame" or anyone else interested in copies of the Tipo 33 Stradale body and chassis blueprints. Please contact me on edwinmeursing@home.nl
    Over the years i made a huge data collection on this car with in my mind that there's yet no replica available for this car.

    greetings to all: Stradale_Nut
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    i'd be interested in body and chassis bluprints

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    Looks like the MC12 was inspired off of this.
    The ability for outward expression is dependent on substance...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6speed
    Looks like the MC12 was inspired off of this.
    Sbarro made a recent version of the Stradale, the MC12 has absolutely nothing in common
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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4
    Sbarro made a recent version of the Stradale, the MC12 has absolutely nothing in common
    Are you sure Mr. Car Expert? Two words for you: four wheels!
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    Quote Originally Posted by McReis
    Are you sure Mr. Car Expert? Two words for you: four wheels!
    5, you forgot the steering wheel
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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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    Cya...

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    Try this...
    http://www.dtmpower.com/dtmEngineering.htm (bottom page)

    http://www.dtmpower.com/repilcas.pdf

    I'm looking for the body and chassis blueprints...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlbyVai
    Try this...
    http://www.dtmpower.com/dtmEngineering.htm (bottom page)

    http://www.dtmpower.com/repilcas.pdf

    I'm looking for the body and chassis blueprints...
    that is interesting, have you seen any completed replicas?
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