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The car is a 1958 Alfa Romeo 1900 TI, an original rust free car with 35,000 kilometers from Zambia which was imported to the U.S. and converted into a car to participate in the Carrera Panamericana in the “Original Pan Am” class.  The car was constructed under the instructions of Victor Perez to meet all Pan Am requirements.  The 1958 Alfa Romeo is identical to the 1954 Alfa Romeo, therefore, qualifying for “Original Pan Am” status.  The car weighs 2,400 pounds.  The roll cage is in accordance with Carrera Panamericana design criteria.  All windows are Lexan except the front windshield which has been custom made in laminated glass. The engine is a 2.1-liter Alfa Romeo engine with billet crank, billet rods, forged pistons, heads ported and polished, high performance rally cams, twin Webers, MSD ignition.  It develops 180 horsepower at 175-foot pounds of torque.   Car comes with second race engine. The transmission is 5 speed Alpha Romeo, rear end is Alpha Romeo, limited slip. Clutch is Tilton dual plate rally clutch.  Upgraded cooling system with aluminum radiator, switch controlled fan for radiator. Original suspension has been totally reinforced to meet the rigors of the Pan Americana rally.  Shocks are Koni adjustable.  Brakes are Willwoods on all 4 corners. Other               Boxes for cool suits installed  Race seats are Recaro Two Terra Trip rally computers are installed in front of navigator Electric power steering with on/off switch The car has been completely tested on track and is fully ready to participate in the Pan Am.  Price: Please inquire for pricing on this vehicle.



LocationStratford, Connecticut
MakeAlfa Romeo
Exterior colorSilver
Interior colorBlack
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