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Alfa Romeo GT 1300 Junior Bertone - 1971
Hamburg, March 2011
(spring test-drive Berlin - Hamburg, no problems)
Alfa Romeo GT 1300 Junior
year of production: 1971
first registration in Germany: 1975
cubic capacity: 1290 cc
power: 88 PS
The Alfa Romeo 105/115 series Coupes were a range of cars manufactured from 1963 until 1977.
They were the successors to the celebrated Giulietta Sprint coupe and used a shortened floorpan from the Giulia Berlina car.
These appealing cars were made in a wide variety of models over a period of 13 years, so they provide a lot of material for study by Alfa Romeo enthusiasts.
The basic body shape shared by all models was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro for Bertone. It was one of his first major projects for Bertone, and borrowed heavily from his earlier design for the Alfa Romeo 2000 Sprint/2600 Sprint. The balance of glass and metal, the influence of the shape of the front and rear glass on the shape of the cabin, and the flat grille with incorporated headlamps were groundbreaking styling features for the era.
All models feature the four cylinder, all-light-alloy Alfa Romeo Twin Cam engine in various cubic capacities from 1290 cc to 1962 cc. All versions of this engine fitted to the 105 series coupes featured twin carburettors. Competition models featured cylinder heads with twin spark plugs. Common to all models was also a 5-speed manual transmission and disc brakes on all four wheels. The rear suspension uses a beam axle with coil springs. Air conditioning and a limited slip rear differential were optional on the later models. The 105 series coupes featured the GT (Gran Turismo) model description, which was common to all models in one form or another.
The various different models in this range can be considered in two broad categories:
On one hand were the various Gran Turismos and Gran Turismo Veloces. These were meant to be the most sporting cars in the Alfa Romeo range and sold very well to enthusiastic motorists around the world. The first model available was the Giulia Sprint GT (1963) which evolved into the Giulia Sprint GT Veloce (1965), the 1750 GTV (1968) and the 2000 GTV (1972–1976), with engines increasing in cubic capacity from 1570 cc (Giulia Sprint GT/GTV) through 1779 cc (1750 GTV) to 1962 cc (2000 GTV).
On the other hand was the GT Junior range, which featured engines with smaller cubic capacities. GT Juniors sold in great numbers to people who wanted a sporting, stylish car that handled well, but either did not require the maximum in engine power, or could not afford the taxation on larger engine capacities in some markets - most notably, Alfa Romeo's home Italian market.
Junior models began with the first GT 1300 Junior in 1966. The GT 1300 Junior continued until 1976 with the 1290 cc engine and various modifications incorporating features from the evolution of the GT's and GTV's. From 1972 a GT 1600 Junior model was also available, with the 1570 cc engine.
Both categories were used to derive GTA ("Allegerita") models, which were specifically intended for competition homologation in their respective engine size classes. The GTA's featured extensive modifications for racing, so they were priced much higher than the standard models and sold in much smaller numbers. Practically all GTA's made were used in competition, where they had a long and successful history in various classes and category. These models included the Giulia Sprint GTA and GTA 1300 Junior.
The 2000 GTV (Tipo: 105.21) was introduced in 1971 together with the 2000 Berlina sedan and 2000 Spider “Fastback” (Series 2). The 2000 range was the replacement for the 1750 range. Once again the engine was rationalized throughout the range. The engine displacement was increased to 1962 cc with a change of the bore and stroke to 84 mm ? 88.5 mm. Oil and radiator capacities remained unchanged. The engine produced 132 PS (97 kW; 130 hp) at 5500 rpm.The interior trim was also changed, with the most notable differences being the introduction of a separate instrument cluster, instead of the gauges installed in the dash panel in earlier cars.
Externally the 2000 GTV is most easily distinguished by the following features:
Grille with horizontal chrome bars, featuring protruding blocks forming the familiar Alfa heart in outline; Smaller hubcaps with exposed wheel nuts; Optional aluminum alloy wheels of the same size as the standard 5. 1/2J ? 14 steel items, styled to the "turbina" design first seen on the alloy wheels of the Alfa Romeo Montreal. "Turbina" refers to the wheel's resemblance to a jet engine inlet; The larger rear light clusters first fitted to United States market 1750 GTV's were standard for all markets on the 2000 GTV.
The 2000 GTV is most easily distinguished by its different grille. From 1974 on, this became standard on the GT 1300 Junior and GT 1600 Junior as well when the 105 Series coupe models were rationalized and these external features became common to post-1974 GT 1
Austin Ant (1966-68)
The following information from the sheet with the vehicle.
The Austin Ant was designed and built between 1966-68 by BMC as a replacement for the Mini Moke. Primarily built for the military (as was the Moke) the requirement was for a lightweight personnel carrier with good cross-country ability that could carry goods when necessary.
The design team, led by Alex Issigonis, had some challenging problems, one of them being how to get 4 wheel drive using the A series transverse engine and gearbox. The engine was tilted back at an angle of 30 degrees and a new gearbox casing designed to take a transfer box. This contained the diff with a bevel gear attached which in turn drives a propshaft to a rear diff. Also in the transfer box is high/low ratio. 4 wheel drive is selected by moving a lever which engages the rear drive.
The Ant uses torsion bar suspension front and rear. At the front it is bolted directly onto the transfer box which also houses the steering rack. The steering column is angled to link to the rack in the centre, enabling easy production of either LHD or RHD versions. The body is fully galvanized and came in a variety of options, from the basic model with canvas top and folding windscreen to this model which has all available options fitted.
6 experimental and 24 fully operational vehicles were built for evaluation. Some were sent to military forces overseas. Most were tested and scrapped with a few ending up in private hands.
There are only 3 known surviving Ants in the UK. It is believed there are 2 in New Zealand, 1 in Australia, 1 in Japan and 1 in Africa.
POG 596G was the only one built as an upmarket civilian version with chrome bumpers and grille, wood body trim and rear bench seat. It was presumably intended for export as it is fitted with a KPH speedo. It was sold to a Longbridge employee. The only other one painted white was sent to New Zealand, all the others were painted green.
The Ant was cancelled in 1968 before full-scale production began, during the period when BMC became part of the British Leyland (BL) conglomerate; the merger caused several overlaps in model ranges, and the Ant was regarded as too close a competitor for the Land Rover range.
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