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Made To Drive | S07 E19

This Dinalpin A110 Moves With A Gorgeous Anger

Made to carve mountain roads, this one unexpectedly popped up for sale at the right time
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Robert in LA
Robert in LA

He send the engine cases Scotland to have them machined, and have a new gear box fitted! Scotland! For me it is a big deal to take a gear box to a shop in the Valley to have the synchros, seals and bearings refreshed.

Alexandre Goncalves
Alexandre Goncalves

Nice scenery, and a very passionate owner!

I think the car is fugly (they pop once in a while in Portugal, and never appelaed to me as something remotely beautiful), but I love the sound.

Still, kind of a rare car. I alway like when Petrolicious goes for uncommon cars.

Randy Graves
Randy Graves

Very nicely done, David! And, thanks for that exhilarating test ride last fall! Re previous comment: My 1968 A110 has quad headlights; they were incorporated into the Dieppe A110s earlier.

Randy Graves
Randy Graves

Very nicely done, David! And, thanks for that exhilarating test ride last fall! Re previous comment: My 1968 A110 has quad headlights; they were incorporated into the Dieppe A110s earlier.

Joshua Seidenberg
Joshua Seidenberg

Love that car!!! Sounds so beefy and I had no idea it was smaller than a miata. As a matter of fact, I had no idea it existed. What is the material that is covering the back portion, back seat area?

David Corcio
David Corcio

Beautiful Car! It’s awesome to see someone take care of something that is so meaningful to them. That thing looks so fun and you can tell that lots and lots of love has gone into it. Another wonderful film Petrolicious!

Bryan Dickerson
Bryan Dickerson

Always one of my absolute favorite looking cars. Well done David! So cool to see someone have what they really want and want what they have.
Great job on the filming Petro! It really gets the feel of the car on the road being pushed a little.

francois g.
francois g.

Very nice… It almost looks purer than the original Renault A110.
I do hope the next Alpine will be that great !

nis1973
nis1973

This does look like the original Renault A110. Early A110s (1969 and earlier I believe) had the exact same look – dual instead of quad headlights, little or no wheel arch flares, same style of wheels.
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