Wonderful GTAm evocazione with lots of correct bits and parts. Built for the FIA 65-71 class. Hood, boot, doors and fenders are all GRP as per original GTAm. The car has the correct GTAm wide fenders with visible rivets and aluminium framed slide windows. All windows (not front screen of course) including rear screen are polycarbonate Lexan. GTA outside door handles (not shown on pictures) are also included. Weight on car is well below the GTAm homologation weight of 920 kgs thus allowing for optimum corner weighing by use of lead ballast.
The GTAm is fitted with a balanced 2 liter engine with ported and flowed head, big valves, Colombo & Bariani camshafts, high compression pistons, twin Weber 45 DCOEs, tubular header and showing a healthy 170 BHP with lots of torque on rolling road.
Stiffer springs and adjustable Koni dampers. Limited slip differential and rose-jointed Panhard bar on rear axle. Knuckle-risers on front suspension and heavy duty sway bar rose-jointed to lower triangles. Upgraded brakes with Alfa 75 aluminum calipers on front and adjustable bias valve from drivers seat. Braided brake hoses front and rear. 8 x 13” GTAm wheels in the original Campagnolo design with medium compound Avon semi-slicks.
Safety equipment includes aluminum fuel cell with foam, 6 point roll cage, 2 kgs fire extinguisher, Sparco race seat and 4 point harness.
This car has proved very reliable and would also make a great entrance for endurance races. Any builder of serious race cars would find himself hard pressed to duplicate this car within the budget that buys this one. Please note that this is a race car and not a garage poodle.