There have been built only 18 of them. From the once planned 50 pieces are still a few left. 6 thereof are distributed to coachbuilders. One of them is Nuccio Bertone, his employee Marcello Gandini formed out of it the Carabo.
The Stradale is based in turn on the Tipo 33, the original first V8 race cars of Alfa. It is practically the civilian version, with a little tamer engine, intended as a racing technique for private persons with 169 kW (230 hp) instead of 199 kW (270 HP). Nevertheless, its driving performances are breathtaking. In the acceleration it should be able to compete with the then most Ferraris. In the acceleration it should be able to compete with the at that time most powerful Ferraris.
It also has thick aluminum tubes in the side sills, which are connected together with a cross tube behind the seats to an 'H'. All vehicles with very broad sills have problems with normal doors. Here there are no wing doors, but so called 'butterfly'-doors which open relatively straight up. It shall have had as the first this now widely used doors. The car would not pass a homologation testing today because you can not free yourself from it when it lands on the roof. 11/13
It is available with 1 or 2 headlights one above the other.
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