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The Alpine Renault 1600 S was a sports car produced by the French manufacturer from 1973 to 1975. Its design was based on the successful R8 saloon and it achieved its fame during the early 1970s. The original model was powered by the same engine as the later R16 and it featured a two-tone paint job. This car was one of the most successful rally cars of the time. It had an impressive 125 hp and 93 kW and was capable of a very quick top speed.
Despite its small displacement, the Alpine has a powerful engine, which allows it to accelerate at a very high speed. The suspension is quite forgiving and the suspension is firm. The engine is also very reliable and is still very well balanced. Aside from its high-performance performance, it is still quite affordable and has an excellent-handlinghandling character. The Alpine 1600 S was a very affordable model and it is still in production.
The A110 model is one of the rarest Alpine models. The VC version of the A110 is built for Group 4 competition and has a more powerful chassis than the factory works cars. It was built in Dieppe, France, and is the only one of the four-A110 VC models. The Alpine A110 was the last French manufacturer to produce the A110. The Alpine A110 1600S is a great classic, and it is hard to beat it.