BaT Exclusive: 1967 Alfa Romeo Racer & MV Agusta

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MV Agusta 350 GT

BaT Exclusive: 1967 Alfa Racer — MV Agusta

Update: The seller of this has contacted us alert us of his price to $50k. He is already working on his race car, and this one is for the next owner. Read the in the comments section from who know the car and the builder.

This is a one. The bike will with it, as the seller tells us it only remind him of this Alfa if it were left Click here to email the directly if you are interested.

From 5/6/2011:

1967 Romeo Giulia Sprint (#AR246340/Body#10536) has SCCA logbooks back to 1972 when it was in the Midwest The car was bought in 1997 by of Daytona winner and former GTA Junior driver Dick who raced it at Road Atlanta and America. The current seller it from him and raced it from until 2008 in SVRA, RMVR, CVAR, and VIR events. He it a fantastically well-sorted and reliable

Under his ownership it was taken and totally rebuilt and repainted in and has had two top-end refreshes since The engine is strong and the cosmetics are presentable. The sale also a 125cc MV Agusta pit bike in matching livery.

The package is available in Louisiana for OBO.

The car was run with 1600cc in the early days according the the logbook. A second logbook up 1989 when it was campaigned a 2L engine and scored 14 class with SVRA. Davenport built car for himself and raced together the current seller for the next years until his … in an off incident.

 The body of the car is all with fiberglass bonnet and lid, and Trans-Am style flares. It has been raced so it is not but it shows very well.

Front suspension consists of a swaybar, dropped spindles, upper control arms, and yellow adjustable shocks. Out is a Panhard rod, rear and more Koni yellow (12) Powder coated 14-7 Wheels (8 Silver/4 are included, wearing shaved racing tires, Kuhmos with good life left, tires hardly used.

The MV Agusta paddock bike has been painted to match the It has not been run since 2008, been on display in a studio.

Other components include:

oil system

Full fire with interior and remote

Cool suit with install system

Custom panel

Custom battery box

fuel vent

Custom locks (modeled after GTO units)

MV Agusta 350 GT

Custom powder dash with silver Autometer gauges

Kirkey Racing seat

Momo wheel/shift knob/ pedals

camera mount

Simpson Harness w/ Cam lock

The engine two liters and features Carrillo Racing custom CP Pistons w Casadium wrist pins, oversized custom cams, and an Orion Compression is 12:1 yielding 190 HP. The ignition system is made up of Marelli Marelliplex distributor and 6AL Control w/rev limiter.

Fuel is delivered via dual pumps from an ATL 15 fuel cell. Carbs are a of 48mm Webers. The transmission is close-ratio dog box with a custom Car. Co. remote/short shifter.

An driveshaft flex coupling power back to the Alfa limited-slip shimmed differential has a 4:56 ratio.

The seller us the following:

“Hurricane Katrina and slowed my racing efforts, I to sell the car but it is criminal to have it it needs to be back on the track someone who has the time and money to it there.”

Check out his 77 photos in the Flickr slide-show below:


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