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Alfa Romeo 33 stradale

Vitals

  • Engine
    2.0L
  • Power
    233 @ 8800 rpm
  • Transmission
    6-spd man w/OD
  • Drivetrain
    rear-wheel
  • Seating
    2 passengers
  • Fuel Capacity
    94 liters
  • MPG
    8.9 City / 5.4 HWY

Specs

Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale manual 233HP (171 kW) @ 8800 rpm
Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale manual 233HP (171 kW) @ 8800 rpm
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Alfa Romeo Visconti automatic 404HP (297 kW) @ 6000 rpm

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Alfa romeo 33 stradale- A high performance sports car

Alfa Romeo 33 stradale The Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale is a mid engine sports vehicle built by Alfa Romeo of Italy. Stradale (Italian for "road-going") is a period often utilized by Italian vehicle manufacturer to show a street-legal (usually heavily modified and/or underpowered) version of a sports vehicle. The vehicle was introduced at the games vehicle display at Monza, Italy in September 1967. Only 18 have been made. The prototype (chassis No. 750.33.01) was traded to personal Gallery Barth, a magnesium bodied Stradale replica (chassis No. 105.33.12) constructed in late 1970s and the five notion vehicles are now part of the Alfa Romeo Museum. In Top Gear's 100 Sexiest vehicles list, the Alfa Romeo 33 was boasted as number 15.

The most attractive features

Alfa Romeo 33 stradale, Photo #2 The 33 Stradale is the first output vehicle to feature dihedral doorways, also known as butterfly doorways. The 33 Stradale have characteristics windows which seamlessly bend upward into the top covering of the vehicle. The vehicle has aluminum body on aluminum tubular chassis. As an outcome of being built by hand, each form differs from the others for some minutia. For example, early models had twin headlights, restored in the last ones by single lights. The place of the windscreen wiper is another thing that differentiates each example from the other ones. Furthermore the late forms have vents added behind both the front and back wheels to permit hot air from the brakes to escape.

Some description about the engine of the car

Alfa Romeo 33 stradale, Photo #3 Rush engineer Carlo Chiti conceived an over square (78 mm (3.1 in) unexciting x 52.2 mm (2.1 in) stroke) dry-sump lubricated all aluminum 1,995 cc (121.7 cu in) V8 that featured four ignition coils, SPICA fuel injection and 16 spark plugs. The engine utilized four chain-driven camshafts to function the valve train and had a rev-limit of 10,000 rpm. The engine made 230 HP (172 kW) at 8,800 rpm in road trim and 270 BHP (201 kW) in race trim. The motor valves are operated by chain-driven double-overhead cams and have a 10.5:1 compression ratio. Because every Stradale is hand built and exclusive the power grades can vary by car, used rpms etc., for demonstration the first output Stradale (No. 750.33.101) has manufacturer datasheet that claims 243 HP (181 kW) at 9,400 rpm with a street consume and 254 HP (189 kW) with open consume. In another shatter from conference Alfa utilized, for the first time on an output vehicle, a six-speed transaxle gearbox by Valerio Colotti. The car has 13 inch Campanology made magnesium wheels computer disc brakes on all four corners, the back ones are inboard type. The wheels are eight and nine inches wide both the front and rear despite of the fact that the wheel diameter is only 13 inches. Suspension is like in mid-1960s rush car with upper and smaller command arms in front and double trailing arms in the back, along with considerable antiroll bars.

The performance of the car

Alfa Romeo 33 stradale, Photo #4 The Alpha romeo 33 stradale takes 5.5 seconds to reach 60 mph (96.6 km/h) from a standing start and has a peak speed of 260 km/h (160 mph). In 1968 it was the fastest commercially available vehicle in the standing kilometer with time of 24.0 seconds assessed by German Auto, engine und games magazine.