[ my Miniature Car Collection. (58) Alfa Romeo Tipo 33, 33/3. 33TT12.]
◆ My Miniature Car Collection : (58). Alfa Romeo Tipo 33, 33/3 & 33TT12.

Abarth も '70 年代になると「面白い model」も少なくなりましたので、今回は Alfa Romeo 33 を並べてみました。Model-Makers も Politoys-M, Mercury, Solido になりましたが、常に Italian RED には悩まされます!!!
 いずれの models も、それぞれに、各 "maker" らしい「特徴を持った」造りで、今日の「出来の良い models」とは一味違った味わいを持っています。

◆ Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale
 The Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 was a sports racing prototype raced by the Alfa Romeo works team between 1967 and 1977.
 A small number of road going cars were derived from it in 1967, called Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale. Stradale is Italian for "street". (from: Wikicars.)
 The number was also used in the 1980s for the unrelated Alfa 33. road car. 日本語版 Wikipedia でも 1980 年代のsedan が出てしまう。

* 1 Alfa Romeo Tipo 33
* 2 Alfa Romeo 33/2
* 3 Alfa Romeo 33/3
* 4 Alfa Romeo 33 TT
* 5 Alfa Romeo 33 TT 12

◆ POLITOYS-M : ALFA ROMEO 33. Berlinetta . No. M 11. 1967.





Alfa Romeo : 33. Stradale. 1967. *いずれも "Supercars. net." より Alfa Romeo : T33. Perescopio. Spyder. 1967.

Alfa Romeo 33/2
 In 1968, Alfa's subsidiary, Autodelta, created an evolution model called 33/2. A road version, named Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale, was also introduced. At the 24 Hours of Daytona, the Porsche 907 with 2.2L engines were dominating the overall race, but Alfa took the 2-litre class win, with Udo Schütz and Nino Vaccarella, a win repeated at the Targa Florio.
 However, in most races, the Alfa drivers were outclassed by their Porsche rivals which used bigger engines. In 1968, the car was used mainly by privateers, winning its class in the 1000km Monza, Targa Florio and Nürburgring.

Alfa Romeo Tipo 33
 The 2000cc Tipo 33 mid-engined prototype debuted on 12 March 1967 at the Belgian hillclimbing event at Fléron, with Teodoro Zeccoli winning. It was powered by a 1995cc 90° V8 of 270hp, with a large-diameter tube frame. The original T33 proved unreliable and uncompetitive in the World Sportscar Championship, its best result a 5th at the Nürburgring 1000.

◆ MERCURY : ALFA ROMEO "33". Spyder. 1967.




この時期から Mercury の「Mark が削られて」いますが、逆にそれが「印になって」います。裏板には "Autodelta-Mark" と "Alfa Romeo "33" とのみ刻印されています!

◆ Solido : Alfa Romeo : 33/3. No. 187. 1971.

Alfa Romeo 33/3
 In 1969 at the 12 Hours of Sebring, the Alfa Romeo 33/3 made its debut. The engine was enlarged to 2998cc with 400hp, which put the 33/3 in the same class as the Porsche 908 and the Ferrari 312P. The chassis was now a monocoque. After a dismal 1969, in 1970, the bigger 5.0L Porsche 917 and Ferrari 512 dominated, yet Toine Hezemans and Masten Gregory took third overall at Sebring, and Andrea De Adamich and Henri Pescarolo won their class in the 1000km Zeltweg, finishing second overall. Also in 1970, an Alfa T 33/3 was one of the "actors" of Steve McQueen's movie "Le Mans", released in 1971.






Slot. it. SICA 11A. Alfa Romeo 33/3. 3rd. Sebring. No.34. 1971.

◆ Minichamps : Alfa Romeo. 33 TT12.

Alfa Romeo 33 TT 12
 Versions of the late 1970s called 33 TT 12 have a Carlo Chiti-designed 12 cylinder boxer engine as used in the Brabham-Alfa BT 45 and BT46 F1 car.

◆ Solido : Alfa Romeo. 33. TT12. "CAMPARI". No. 41. 1976.



by citroenDS | 2009-03-18 13:28 | Mercury, & Italians.

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