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  • Denis Doucette

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    Le drool

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  • Dustin Rittle

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    I must admit my knowledge on french cars is limited but i have always respect and loved the Alpines..I mean just look at it. Its pure automotive porn at its best and a damn fine race car as well

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  • Christopher Gay

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    One of my favourite cars, especially in race trim.

    Wonderful photography. Very lush.

    Thank you for sharing.

    from San Diego, CA, USA
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  • Emmanuel von Hartman

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    Wow. A110 at its best. Beautiful specimen and details like the pre-2009 license numbering and Jean Rédélé's sticker just add to the pictures' perfectness...

    from Brooklyn, NY 11215, USA
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  • Dalil Harici

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    I already spotted this Alpine on the street :)

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  • Steijn Uijttewaal

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    Automotive Art, the Renault Alpine A110, I also like the later versions with the V6 PRV engine.
    But like the rest of its French Automotive manufacturers Renault did not care anything about build quality.
    Even on this fine example, doors are not in line, body panels make strange curves....
    I know, the body is glass fiber, but that didn't stop other manufacturers from doing their job right.

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  • DA Anthony

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    They still make the bodies in Mexico, Here a link to a company making an all wheel drive version with a twin turbo engine. http://www.sterlingsportscars.com/Sports_Car_Chassis.html

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  • Maxime Delhaye

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    What a nice A110! Having one, a 1300 Gordini engine (1296cc), I'll be more than please to see a video from you about these cars! I think they're worth it.

    Regards from Belgium!

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  • Andre L Hulstaert

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    Hello:
    Beautiful pictures. These are one of the very few French cars that I love. I was fortunate enough to be in France at the time of a meet of the French Alpine club and documented it (naturally). http://wp.me/P30bdG-1B

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  • Andre L Hulstaert

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    More on my site http://wp.me/P30bdG-1B also featuring the other classic Alpine cars like the A 310, the GTA the 5 Turbo and Turbo5 Maxi and more, enjoy !

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