Guy Frequelin’s “Calberson” replica (1977 Rally French Championship).
This car, built in 1978, has been completely restored following Group 4 specifics of that time.
Reinforced chassis and enlarged body. New Gr.4 engine - 2664 cc (Mondial pistons and heads prepared by a specialist of the brand, racing camshafts, steel exhaust manifolds, Three 42 Weber twin-choke carburettors, etc. ) - Short ratio gearbox with self-locking differential and short-ratio bevel gear. – Rollbar as appendix J. Centralized fire-extinguishing system. Anti-burst treated fuel tank. New hubs with 4 bolts attachment. New axle shafts. New suspensions. New 7x15” front rims and rear 9x15”. Silicone pipes. New radiator. New regulable foot pedal with double pump. The car is completely new and ran about 100km from the end of its restoration.
The car has italian registration papers and, the request for the HTP to race in historic car competitions is in progress.
The car participated in 2018 at the Vernasca-SilverFlag and succesively was the subject of an article published in november 2018 on the specialized magazine Automobilismo d’Epoca.
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