Possibly the World's best re-creation of Alfa's legendary TZ2 Berlinetta. This car was envisaged from the start as a completely accurate “tool-room copy” of a 1966 Alfa Romeo TZ2 race car.
Two original cars (#115 & #117), an original Autodelta-measured drawing and supporting period photos were used for reference throughout the build. Chassis was constructed by the original Italian constructor using the correct specification chrome-moly steel to the original Autodelta TZ2 design. The bodywork was formed in the original Autodelta TZ2 moulds which luckily still existed. Original Autodelta monobloc, dry-sump engine and drive train came from the ex-Bardelli, factory TZ2 (#750 117) that had been campaigned at Imola, Mugello and the Targa Florio. Engine was fully rebuilt with a Dyno print-out. Final commissioning by Hall and Hall. FIA HTP (Class GTS10 Period F 1961 - 1965) should ensure invitations to all of Europe's Blue Riband Historic meetings. For sale by auction at Silverstone Auctions
Credits: Silverstone Auctions
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