Alpine-Renault A110B 1976 French Dieppe build. Setup for street/rally. Street legal and registered. Modifications include 1800 cc engine; performance cam shaft; dual Weber side draft; rally suspension springs; rally bucket seats; Quaife differential; 5-speed transmission; drilled disk brakes; steel braided soft brake lines; fire suppression system (not functional but includes all the parts); full roll cage; 4-point harness (driver and passenger). AND included are a Heuer Monte Carlo Rally clock set; Halda TwinMaster rally computer; Gotti vintage rally wheels.
1976 Alpine A110B "Berlinette"
Chassis Number: VIN: 30156
Manufactured in Dieppe, France
I purchased the vehicle in 2006 in Manchester U.K. The previous owner had preformed a body-off restoration that included electrical, new outriggers, flares, and rally set-up. Engine dyno revealed d175 horsepower. During my restoration in 2007 engine was out and vehicle painted in current livery. I have driven the car approximately 400km since purchase, primarily to Cars and Coffee and concourse events. This is not a 100-point show car! The vehicle needs some TLC with attention to interior door panels, door seals, etc. I drive the car occasionally for pleasure without paying attention to concourse condition. This beast drives beautifully and is scary fast. Or at least feels that way because of its size and weight. I have not rallyed nor raced the vehicle. It has been treated with great care.
Included with the vehicle upon purchase:
1) 1800 cc engine
2a) Quaif differential
2) racing camshaft (installed); original camshaft included
3) dual Weber carburetors
4) Gotti rally wheels – new rally/street tires with 50 miles total.
5) Rally bucket seats
6) Heuer Rally Clock and Stopwatch set (Monte Carlo set) ($$$$ value)
7) Halda Rally computer (mechanical – vintage correct). ($$$$ value)
8) Spare windscreen (rear) – plastic, light weight for racing.
9) Original wheel set
10) Original Seats
11) Spare 1600 cc engine
12) Spare transmission
13) Street suspension springs (rally springs on the car)
14) Foam-filled petrol tank (racing certified)
15) And a myriad of other spare bits and pieces
16) Fire suppression system. Not currently functional but with all the parts.
17) Original, metal "emblem" from 1964 Monte Carlo Rally for front of car.
Please email JRSelevan@gmail.com or dial (949)233-1133 to discuss. Those 6’3” and taller need not apply.