Autobianchi Primula 1964 – 1970 Mini Car Design Front Engine

Autobianchi Primula 1964 – 1970 Mini Car Design Front Engine – The Autobianchi Primula is a mini car from the Italian carmaker, the Autobianchi Primula was built from 1964 to 1970. This car is famous as the first car with front wheel drive. Transverse engine mounting, and with rack and pinion steering. The Autobianchi Primula applies a new concept, namely the layout of the front wheels with transversely mounted engines. A concept that allows very efficient use of space. Besides that Primula Autobianchi appeared which became a car marketed to a new vehicle class. Autobianchi Primula’s body style with the car’s original body is similar to the “saloon” concept. Available with two or four doors and with or without a back door that becomes a hatchback. The Autobianchi Primula has four different types of combinations, which are referred to in Italian as “berlina”. In 1965, a year after the initial launch, this lineup was equipped with a Coupé model designed by Carrozzeria Touring. The Autobianchi Primula is fitted with a 1221 cc engine from Fiat 1100 D. For Primula Coupé it was upgraded to 65 hp, but in 1968 it was replaced with a Fiat 124 engine. The Fiat 124 engine got 1197 cc 60 hp from the standard version, while coupé with 1438 cc 70 units a stronger cellphone. All machines used in Primula have an overhead valve (OHV). Later twin cam derivatives from ……

Seat 600D 1970 Car City Micro Design Lively

Seat 600D 1970 Car City Micro Design Lively – Seat 600D 1970 is a city car made in Spain by Seat under License by Fiat. Technically the car is basic and not too modern; That is the Italian Fiat made by license 600 in 1955 where it has 2 doors and a wheel-drive. The engine is a 633 cc 4-cylinder, air-cooled unit that produces 19 hp (14 kW) and then 767 cc, producing 21.5 hp (16 kW) at 4600 rpm. Position the engine behind so that the front is enough luggage to store spare tires or carry luggage. Seat 600D 1970 was a simple breakthrough car as a Spanish micro car, reflecting an increase in engine size from 633 to 767cc, also applied to 600, now known as the Seat 600D 1970. Seat 600D 1970 which looks tiny is an agile city car. Inside comfort is quite spacious on the front, and for the back is a bit narrow. Seat 600D 1970

Shelby AC Cobra 1966 Rare Racing Design

Shelby AC Cobra 1966 Rare Racing Design – Of all the Cobra variants built from the Shelby competition production line as a race car design. Where the Cobra Story began as early as 1959 when Carol Shelby raced for Aston Martin, won 24 Hours of Le Mans. With the help of Ford and AC Cars, the team at Shelby American modified the design of the existing AC chassis to accommodate large block engines. The finished design is called a marked chassis III produced with a larger and wider spaced chassis rail. Shelby AC Cobra 1966 with engine weight, brakes and suspension also improved. This body has a prominent wheel arch for wider wheels and magnesium tires. Competition features include oil coolers, side exhausts, large fuel fillers, 42 gallon fuel tanks, front support points and roll bars. On the road, Shelby AC Cobra 1966 was a radical machine. Editor of Jerry Titus’s Sport Car Graphic magazine reached 0-100 mph in 13.2 seconds. By comparison, the closest Aston Martin that day could barely afford less than twenty seconds. Due to very limited production, the original 1966 Shelby AC Cobra is a rare sight. Only Shelby’s personal Super Snake is faster, using a twin turbocharger to offer 800 bhp. Shelby AC Cobra 1966 Rare Racing Design