BMW 635 Alpina Turbo B7/2 Gr5

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ALPINA-BMW

Rating: 5

BrandALPINA-BMW
FuelPetrol
Engine size3500
Kilometres1000
Year of first registration1981
CategoryVehicle between 1800 and 2000
BodyCoupé
Power500HP 367.7495KW
TransmissionRear
Euro classEuro0
Number of gears5
Passenger capacity1
Number of doors2
Type of vehicleCar
WarrantyNo
DamageNo
Number of previous owners2
CityQuingentole (Mn)
Advert ID289301
Date of entry

Description

Alpina original engine B7 / 2 3500 turbo (500 Hp); KKK / K27 turbine and Bosch / Alpina electronic injection; revised in 2011, with only 4 races after the revision.
Close 5-speed gearbox with the 1st backward
Water radiator in increased aluminum; Fiberglass hoods and bumpers; Plexiglass rear windows. Wheels Ø 15 "from 10" front and 13 "rear
Preparation Group 5 / Silhouette; weight 1080 Kg
Maximum adjustable turbo pressure
Year 1980 - Group 5 / Silhouette - Period I
HTP FIA, Technical passport, ready to run
This car, before becoming a historic car, raced in the modern; and won the class in all the races in which he participated.
Last race: Cronoscalata Nave - Caino - Sant'Eusebio 2019

Alpine engine purchased new and never used by the F1 Scuderia Merzario to apply it on a BMW 635 group 5 racing car, but without following up on the project. Arturo Merzario then sold the engine to Moreschi Motorsport at the end of 1991. In 1992, with the purchase of this BMW 635csi, Moreschi Motorsport continued the project started by Merzario, and the car was ready for the '94 season; debuting at the Circuit of Rastellino on 25/4/94 with a 2nd in its category.
The first real competition was the Varano Challeng Club of 4/9/94 where it obtained the 1st overall; while the first uphill race was the Alpe del Nevegal 8/24/97, finishing 1st in category and 2nd overall.
He raced in modern cars until 2006, when he became a motorcyclist. The 2007 season saw her participate in 3 uphill races; respectively: Camucia-Cortona, Caprino-Spiazzi and Bologna-Raticosa, placing 1st in the Silhouette category in all three.
In 2008 it was sold to a Tuscan collector. In 2011 it was completely overhauled, the engine was overhauled and enlarged. From the revision to 2018 it was used in only 3 competitions. In 2019 he participated in the re-enactment of the Ship-Cain-Saint Eusebius.

Cited in the book "Luigi Moreschi - Le auto, Le corse I record" by Gianni Tomazzoni.

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