Unmatching wheels: 1964 Alpine A110 L GT4

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As long as this car was produced in 261 specimens, it can easily defined “rare”.

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It’s a Alpine A110 L where “L” is for long: indeed this is the longest Alpine ever made as its overall lenght is slightly more than 4 meters. However the fiberglass body helped it to contain the weigth within 700 kgs. The 1964 series was equipped with a inline-four engine with a 1100 cc displacement of 66 hp.

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The seller says that this car doesn’t run (but it doesn’t imply that the engine is stuck) but he also says that it is complete: apart from the unmatching wheels, it actually seems mostly original. there is only one photo of the cockpit where the Veglia instruments cluster  is clearly visible. Find it for sale at €25,000 (today $26,500) here in Decize, France. Thanks to reader Vlad for this suggestion.

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