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#1 jadb1

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Posted 23 December 2006 - 21:51

Help me friends?

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#2 Gary C

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Posted 23 December 2006 - 22:18

Targa Florio??

#3 jadb1

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Posted 23 December 2006 - 22:35

Gary C:
I am accommodating my collection of photos and I do not have any information is in Italy in years 70

#4 Bonde

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Posted 23 December 2006 - 22:39

Looks like a 'dressed' single seater to me, although the wide roll hoop doesn't seem to match the central driver seating in this respect. It's actually a three-seater, isn't it? Those cutouts on the top decking either side of the driver appear to be passenger apertures, and the little Gurneys windscreens for them. Could it be an early 'event' type of vehicle? And does anyone recognize the pits and armco?

#5 jadb1

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Posted 23 December 2006 - 22:48

I believe that it is a Osella or Abarth of the 70 modified enough!

#6 Rainer Nyberg

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Posted 24 December 2006 - 00:17

Looks like modified Sports 2000...

#7 jadb1

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Posted 24 December 2006 - 01:06

It Dallara is of years 70 or no?


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#8 Huw Jadvantich

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Posted 24 December 2006 - 01:45

If it is a three seater, which the roll bar would tend to suggest, then the side scoops with gurney flaps are not radiators, which begs the question, where are the radiators.
looking at the relatively short distance between the roll hoop and the back of the car I am inclined to think that it had a very short engine which didn't need radiators. A Formula Super Vee car (air cooled) dressed to run passengers is a good answer. The decals and surroundings would suggest Italy somewhere.

#9 David M. Kane

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Posted 24 December 2006 - 02:40

Modified Sports 2000 IMHO.

#10 petefenelon

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Posted 24 December 2006 - 13:46

Strange looking beast and no mistake. The wheelbase looks very long for an S2000, and the tail a little abrupt, although the front bodywork looks about right.

I wonder if it's some older small-capacity Etceterini given more modern bodywork to take people for rides as a school car or something similar?

I would guess at late-70s and a pic taken in Europe, though.

#11 jm70

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Posted 24 December 2006 - 17:29

What is that protruding from the left NACA duct? Or am I seeing a shadow. A camera car of sorts?

#12 fausto

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Posted 24 December 2006 - 23:43

The car is a Dallara (1000, 1300 or 1600 cc, Gp. 6), the track could be Monza (I recognize the Gulf liveried armco barriers located at the pitlane exit), Motul sponsorship remind me that Torinese driver Roberto Filannino used to race one of them (Motul being one of Torino Corse main suppliers/supporters)...

#13 group 7

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Posted 25 December 2006 - 13:21

fausto

you are rigth the car is a dallara the year 1973 or 1974 the circuit monza the engine may be 1300

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#14 Nanni Dietrich

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Posted 26 December 2006 - 15:12

The car is definitely a Dallara, the driver could be Roby Filannino, as Fausto said, or also Swiss Bruno Pescia, who was the works driver of the first model of this Dallara.
The year is 1972 and the track Monza, in my opinion.

#15 jadb1

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Posted 26 December 2006 - 21:48

Friends:
Tank you very much to help me with this photo