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FIAT 131 ABARTH RALLY CORSA

 

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Markku Alen won Rally of  thousand lakes four times.                                                                                                                

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13. October 1975 400 vehicles were made for FIA homologation, from those 50 were given to Abarth for competition use. At beginning 35 were actually used. Rest were test/proto cars? No wonder Fiat used great deal of money for rallying. They used as much money for rallying as Ferrari for F1 those times!

Full modifications at Turini factory in Italy (preparazione corsa) to g.4 by Abarth cost 33.000.000 liras + 9.086.000 liras for standard 131 Abarth body (2d 131 with 1,3 engine was 2.296.000 liras)!!

How many you would like to have, sir?

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Engine

Motore 232 CIG

SAVE0002.JPG (46560 bytes) Snow, gravel and safari engine. See the large airfilter. Engine had also milder camshafts than tarmac version.

SAVE00033.JPG (36008 bytes) Tarmac version. See straigh rampipes. Engine had wilder cams than the other version.

Head engineer at Abarth, Lampredi, insisted that all race engines are tested up to 9000 rpm before taken use.

Oil pan was protected by large aluminum shield, 5 mm thick, weight 5,8kg. (131 RC. 02.83.1)  125 970 lit

SAVE0004.JPG (57351 bytes) 131 abarth g.4 had two kinds of crankshafts. Normal four counter weight crank and this eight counter weight crank.

SAVE0005.JPG (81108 bytes) All belts were toothed. Here is picture of water pump pulleys and belt. 

Early version

  • compression ratio 10,7-1
  • Bosch-Kugelfischer mechanical fuel injection, first version had DCOE type throttle bodies and manifold.
  • Larger oil pan, 6,6 liters oil, normal type oil pump
  • 215hpDIN (158 kW) at 7000 rpm 
  • 23kgDIN (225 Nm)  torque at 5600
  • oil cooler mounted beside radiator
  • flywheels were two kind, both weighted 7,3kg with 230mm clutch, difference between them?
  • clutch was mechanically operated as in street version
  • nitrited crank
  • 84 mm pistons                                  no. EM 939          price 44 460 lit
  • Abarth valve springs,                      no. 06.131.83     price    7 752 lit
  • Abarth oil filter                                 no. 90.131.00     price    5 244 lit 
  • cylinder head gasket 86,5 mm     no. EM 876          price 41 838 lit
  • intake valve 35,5mm                       no. EM 937         price 44 232 lit
  • exhaust valve 30mm                        no. EM 938        price 44 232 lit
  • engine gasket set                              no. EM 952        price 15 390 lit
 

7/77

  • dry sump lubrication system in use (three pumps in same unit), 15 litre oil tank in trunk, Valtaharju drove (test) car which had it in Thousand lakes -77. Car had better engine than others too, "about 15 hp more than other factory 131", he says. Thats the first time they used that 230 hp engine
  • CR 11.0-1
  • 230 hp (172kW) / 7500 rpm
  • torque 166 lb-ft (225 Nm) / 5750 rpm
  • It was propable this version was one of the first to use slideplate throttlebody. There was two types of them. First version had problems, it sticked open. Later version was otherwise similar but had needle bearings inside. Guillotine was first used at San Remo 1977
  • Early engine used normal ignition with breakers, but later version had transistor ignition, Im not absolutely sure when it was first used

1/78

  • new dry sump pumps, Im not sure what was the difference to earlier

8/80

  • new dry sump tank, 8 litres, this was cause the team didnt have more hp to give, so they made the car itself as small as possible. 

Later 

  • at least in Rally of Thousand lakes 1979 they used "circuit" engine that produced 235 (236?) hpDIN, Markku Alen said that "it had psychological effect mostly, because it went really up, but torque was no good". Markku won that rally. Actually Markku won Thousand lakes four times, only once he drove off and interrupted. 

Performance

  • with 230 hp engine, 4,88-1 final drive, straight V gearbox, Pirelli P7 205/60VR-15. First results are from Car and Driver 5/80, second results are from Road & Track 5/80. Those were not the same cars C&D had registration plate 8009 E (Jim Walkers car at that time)  and R&T had 8009 A (Dan Goodwins car). Both were late models with larger rear lights.

                            0-30 mph (48 km/h)         2,7 s        (2,6 s R&T)

                            0-60 mph (96 km/h)         6,6 s        (6,9 s R&T)

                            0-100 mph (160 km/h)  17,5 s        (18,8 s R&T)

                            top speed                          115mph (184km/h) / 8000 rpm   (113 mph (180,8km/h)                                                                          7500rpm)

                            1/4 mile (400 m)               14,7s / 94 mph         (15,2 s R&T)

                            braking 70-0 mph            249 ft

  • late -78 Autocar tested works g.4 131 (ex. Salonen, Alén, Verini), different ratios or wheels, see top speed

                           0-100 mph (160 km/h)  17,5 s

                           top speed                          102mph (163km/h) 8000 rpm

                          1/4 mile (400 m)               14,6s

Exhaust system had 4-2-1 exhaust manifold. Though after getting to one pipe it split  to two different pipes under the co-drivers seat and went to end in two pipes. Some versions two pipes got to one before rear silencer under floor.

There was also engines for customers, without injection. These engines used downdraft carburettors. Im not sure if they had drysump systems, but its possible that some had some didnt.

 

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Electrical system

1976                                                                                    product number                            price with tax

  • Battery was 12V-24Ah-150A                             (Cat. 6.FC.17)                                      97 356 lit
  • faster windshield wiper motor (80 al m/´)     (Cat. 5040704.1)                             116 280 lit
  • starter was 12V-1,2kW                                        (Cat. 5023181.1)                             509 580 lit   
  • Coil, "Super Bobina" with resistore, good up to 8000rpm.  (Cat. BZR.204.A)          7 296 lit
  • Distributor, specially manufactured for rally use                   (Cat. s.144.PA)           85 500 lit
  • Alternator, six diod version produced 12V-1000W              (Cat. 63303425)     117 420 lit 
  • Voltage regulator, electronic version                                        (Cat. RTT.110.B)        16 530 lit
  • "Abarth" spark plugs                                                                       (Cat. 7024041)        45 030 lit
  • All of these were made by Magneti Marelli

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Transmission/clutch

  • Transmission was Colotti T.209 (it is possible that they used T.247 too)
  • There were few different ratios
  • Transmission was straight gear dog-clutch (gear can be changed without clutch)
  • in T.209 gears were in normal places, in T.247 reverse was on N:1 place, N:5 on reverses place
  • All later versions were made by CIMA. Actually Colotti boxes are pretty rare. Early versions had many problems with gearboxes, that problem was quickly cured, maybe moving from Colotti to Cima?

Colotti T.209 

1. 2,156     2. 1,565     3. 1,242     4.  1.000    5.  0,802    R.  2.666     (4/74)

1.  2.021    2.  1,537    3.  1,185    4.  1.000    5.  0,876    R.  2,666     (4/74)

1/77  They made new homologation. Text from papers show; "Instead of the following ratios (text shows 2.021 1st gear specs) recognized on page 9 of the recognition book, the third series of applicable ratios is the following".

1.  2,654    2.  1,895    3.  1,568    4.  1,244    5.  1.000    R.  2,671    (1/77)

SAVE0008.JPG (101472 bytes) Here is CIMA gearbox casings.

SAVE0006.JPG (99117 bytes) CIMA mainaxle with dog rings.

SAVE0007.JPG (123913 bytes) Gear shifter mechanism. Have nothing common with later 131 Racing type.

 

I found this from source showing Cima type numbers and ratios.

Type 163 with ratios 2.156, 1.565, 1.242, 1.000, 0.802

Type 164 with ratios 2.021, 1.537, 1.185, 1.000, 0.876

Type 165 with same ratios as 164 (gear 1 at front)

Type 168 with ratios 2.654, 1.895, 1.568, 1.244, 1.000 (Direct Drive top) (gear 1 at back)

 

8/80

  • new model "clutch cover" to transmission, starter motor from passenger side to driver side

Clutch had original style pressure plate but three wing "copper" plate.

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Rear axle

Ratios were;

  • 6,83       =    41/6
  • 6,42       =    45/7
  • 6,143    =     43/7
  • 5,375    =    43/8
  • 4,875    =    39/8
  • 4,625    =    37/8
  • 4,444    =    40/9
  • 4,3        =    43/10
  • 3,9        =    39/10
  • 3,63     =    40/11

1/81

  • new reinforced differential mounting bracket

              

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Brakes

  • First version used Fiat 130 front discs with Porsche 911 ATE calipers, the rears were Brembo rotors and ATE calipers

4/76

  • Bedal box assembly at engine bay
  • Front: 300x11,8mm disc with two piston caliber, 48mm pistons
  • Rear 252mm disc with two piston caliber, 38mm pistons
  • early version had little drums inside disc for handbrake !

SAVE0009.JPG (102843 bytes)    SAVE0010.JPG (104818 bytes) First version of brakes. 

7/76

  • Front: Lockheed four piston, 38,1mm 
  • Rear: Lockheed four piston 38,1m
  • for some reason they used same type Girlings too, though them had different pads
  • two kind of handbrake; hydraulic two piston 38mm, mechanical one piston 31mm
  • handbrake had its own calibers

     

     

10/76

  • brakes were moved closer to wheel, by new reinforced front suspension steering knuckle post.

1/77

  • in some cases they started to use smaller front disc; 275mm
  • new type of hydraulic handbrake handle

1/78

  • again new type of hydraulic handbrake handle (hydro mechanical ?!)

1/79

  • braking regulator to rear brake line

8/81

  • new handbrake handle and cylinder, now working at rear brake line without own reservoir, liquid from pedal box went through brake line in handbrake cylinder, and through it to rear brakes.

5/80

  • Road & Track test car had these brakes;
  • 274mm ventilated front discs (guess those were Ate too)
  • 254 mm rear discs with Ate calibers, Brembo hydraylic handbrake calibers (I have heard that those were from Moto-Guzzi  motorcycle !!)

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Steering

4/76

  • faster steering 2,85 rounds, absorbed

10/76

  • reinforced steering rods

turning circle was 10,3 m

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Suspension

  • At first Corte & Cosso shocks were used
  • from 1977 Bilstein shocks with progressive springs
  • If someone knows rates for those, let me know! (one type rear shock was 220/110lbs)
  • All mountings and joints were Uniball

10/76

  • new stronger front steering knuckle post
  • reinforced upper front and rear shock absorber seats, uniballs
  • reinforced lower front suspension arm, uniballs
  • reinforced rear suspension arms, uniballs

1/77

  • reinforced front wheel shaft hub

8/77

  • new reinforced steering knucle posts to front and rear

10/77

  • new reinforced lower front suspension arm, uniballs, adjustable from both ends
  • reinforced upper mounts for struts (thicker metal to body) to rear and front, they were also little higher in body. Maybe they started to use longer shocks or they wanted body go lower.

5/78

  • new lower front suspension arm,  adjustable from other end only

8/78

  • new reinforced rear suspension arms (little shield for wheel side uniball included)

AVR(?)/80

  • movement limiter for front shock absorbers (for asphalt use?)
  • again new reinforced rear knucle posts
  • two new front and two new rear absorber struts

1/81

  • again new reinforced rear suspension arms

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Cockpit

4/76

  • lighter dashboard for competition use
  • roll-bar (early type only on top and behind of drivers!)
  • not homologated but they used fire extinguishing system (automatic?)

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7/76

  • new transmission cover (and quite long stick!)

8/79

  • new dashboard, little differently positioned gauges

Dashboard had tachometer to 10 000rpm, oil temperature, oil pressure, water temperature, fuel level, ampere and fuel pressure gauges. Co driver had flexible Lucas map lamp, pair of Halda twinmaster to measure distance and two Heuer stopwatches. And lots of fuses, relays and switches.

   

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Body/colors

  • Weight balance 50/50% with driver on.
  • wheelbase 2489 mm
  • track, front 1461 mm
  • track, rear  1397 mm
  • length 4181 mm
  • width 1720 mm
  • height 1372 mm
  • ground clearance in gravel 216 mm
  • fuel capacity with "abarth" tank 59 litres 

Abarth build three different body types, light to tarmac, middle strength, and heavy strength to Safari and such. Early middle models weighted 980 kg, late middle models "dry" 953 kg and in "use" 1026 kg.

7/76

  • three holes homologated to front spoiler (for disassembling oil sump protection bolts)
  • bigger air cleaner for dusty areas (for engine)
  • modified firewall (near distributor, dont know why (?))
  • removable air intake cover for fitting the car ventilation air filter (no modification of car body outline) they didnt use this in all cars
  • extra locks for front and rear bonnet

1/78

  • Reinforcement rods for engine compartment were homologated. There was two models, one for carburated car, it had rod between struts positioned so that downdraft carbs had room to be. Another was for injected models, this was straight rod between struts. Both had samekind of pipes from struts to front betweem bonnet hinges.

6/78

  • new rear lights were homologated

At least in some cars they used aluminum doors, or aluminum outer panel and persplex sidewindows.

Sometimes they used big lights in middle, some times small lights middle (Not Racing grille!). Front mudguard flashes were rectangle on top of fender, or small round located more front.

Tarmac cars had different mudguards, little more round shape and quite a bit wider too! 

    

Different fenders than usually!

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FACTORY TEAM USED THREE MAJOR BODY COLORS 

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 "OlioFiat"                                                     "Alitalia"                                   "Wreath Fiat"

 

They had few different light attachements. Here is some samples of them.

                                             

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First version had 4x5" lights, square flashers and one pair of extra lights. This one is with narrow mudguards. 

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This is the same except only holes for extra lights and wider mudguards for asphal. The car is K 95989 TO, one of the first cars ever build. It seems to have abarth number G 3, so it should be the third car.

                                                                                        

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This is the same except this have new smaller side flashers. I believe this means 230hp version, first time used -77. This car is R 19728 TO, used forexample by Darniche who won Tour de Corse at 1977 with this car.

 

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This Alitalia painted is with small side lights, narrow mudguards.  Used since -78. Now they started using bigger lamps in light grille. 

                                           

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  This is the same but with larger mudguards.

                                           

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Last type, need of light. Double extra lights since -79. New lught got on flashers way, so new round flasher is little more up. This have larger mudguards. These mudguards were common on these "wreath" Fiats.

                                            

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g.4 REGISTRATION PLATES

Im trying to find out how many 131 g.4 cars was built..

Thanks to Mike Hollander,FIAT 131 mirafiori Club Holland!!! We had own lists, and when we put them together.... 

Plate and year
K 95989   TO   G 3 (?) ? OlioFiat ? 1976
M 10453 MI Valtaharju
M 16352 MI Caranci/Gorla Esci 2 Trofeo Cariplo 1981
N 19169 TO Alen/Kivimaki OlioFiat 1976
N 72918 TO Alen/Kivimaki OlioFiat Rally du Maroc 1976
1977
N 72919 TO Verini/Russo OlioFiat Rally du Maroc 1976
N 72920 TO Bachelli/Rossetti OlioFiat Rally du Maroc 1976
N 92968 TO Lampinen/ 1977
Salonen/Markkula Alitalia Rally de Quebec 1977
Salonen/Markkula RAC 1977
Alen/Kivimäki 1977
Mäkinen/Salonen Hankiralli 1977
Mäkinen/Salonen Sveitsin ralli 1977
Mäkinen/Liddon Rally Sweden 1977
N 92969 TO Verini/Russo OlioFiat Rally San Remo 1976
N 92970 TO Lampinen/Andreasson Acropolis 1977
Bachelli/Rossetti OlioFiat Rally San Remo 1976
N 92971 TO Bachelli/Rossetti OlioFiat RAC 1976
Mouton/Conconi FiatFrance Eminence Tour Auto 1978
Mouton/Conconi FiatFrance Tour de Corse 1978
Andruet/Delferrier Acropolis 1977
N 92972 TO Lampinen/Andreason OlioFiat Rally Monte Carlo 1977
Lampinen/Andreasson OlioFiat Rally Sweden 1977
Lampinen/Andreasson OlioFiat New Zealand 1977
N 92976 TO Mullet San Remo 1976
RAC 1976
N 94410 TO Alen/Kivimaki OlioFiat Rally San Remo 1976
N 94414 TO Alen/Kivimaki OlioFiat 1000 Meren Rally 1976
Alen/Kivimaki Rally Sweden 1977
Alen/Kivimaki Helsinki ralli 1976
Alen/Kivimaki Pohjola ralli 1976
IG 7924 Alen/Kivimäki New Zealand 1977
N 94415 TO Coleman/ Chequered 1977
Mäkinen/Liddon Rally of 1000 lakes 1977
Mäkinen/Liddon Rally du Quebec 1977
Mäkinen/Liddon RAC 1977
Mäkinen/Liddon Marlboro arctic arlly 1977
Grönholm 1978
Grönholm 1980
Toivonen/Paajanen Rally of thousand lakes 1979
Sundström 1981
Alen/Kivimaki OlioFiat RAC 1976
Alen/Kivimaki 1978
Alen/Kivimaki 1979
Salonen 1980
Aho/Wolff Rally of 1000 Lakes 1981
Valtaharju/Anttila Rally of 1000 Lakes 1978
This car was totally destroyed in training crash, both drivers were killed;
Ulf Grönholm and Bob Rehnström
P 06217 TO Verini/Russo RAC 1977
Alen/Kivimaki 1978
Julienne/Julienne Rally of 1000 lakes 1978
P 09981 TO Andruet/Biche FiatFrance Rally Monte Carlo 1977
Cambiaghi/Sanfront Rally San Remo 1976
Verini/Russo RAC 1976
P 14396 TO Rohrl/Geistdorfer 1979
P 14398 TO Alen/Kivimaki OlioFiat RAC Rally 1977
Alen/Kivimaki OlioFiat 1000 Meren Rally 1977
Alen/Kivimäki OlioFiat Acropolis 1977
Alen/Kivimäki OlioFiat Monte Carlo 1977
Alen/Kivimäki RAC Rally 1977
Rohrl/Geistdorfer Minolta 1979
Rohrl/Geistdorfer Metz Rally 1979
Rohrl/Geistdorfer Minolta Hunsruck Rally 1979
Rohrl/Geistdorfer Minolta Bayerwald Rally 1979
Rohrl/Geistdorfer Vsolio Hessen Rally 1980
Rohrl/Geistdorfer Vsolio Hunsruck Rally 1980
Cerrato/Guizzardo
P 21499 TO IG 7925 Bachelli/Rossetti New Zealand 1977
P 35972 TO Salonen
Rohrl/Geistdorfer Rally du Quebec 1977
P 35973 TO Alen/Kivimaki Rally du Quebec 1977
Bachelli/Rossetti Monte Carlo 1977
Bachelli/Rossetti Acropolis 1977
P 35974 TO Verini/Russo OlioFiat Monte Carlo 1977
Verini/Russo Acropolis 1977
Lampinen/Andreasson Rally du Quebec 1977
Lampinen/Andreasson RAC 1977
Lampinen/fMarkkanen Rally of 1000 lakes 1978
Salonen/ 1978
Gronholm/ 1978
Gronholm/Rehnström Rally of 1000 Lakes 1979
P 35975 TO Alen/Kivimäki Rally du Quebec 1978
Alen/Kivimaki Marlboro Rally Zweden 1979
Alen/Kivimaki Alitalia 1000 Meren Rally 1979
Alen/Kivimaki Alitalia Rally Portugal 1978
Rohrl/Geistdorfer FIAT UK RAC Rally 1979
Bettega/Bernacchini Rally San Remo 1980
Vudafieri/Bernachini Rally Il Ciocco 1981
Carello/Rancati
P 35976 TO Alen/Kivimaki Sveitsin rally 1977
Valtaharju/Anttila Rally of 1000 lakes 1977
Bachelli/Rossetti Rally Portugal 1977
P 35977 TO Alen/Kivimaki OlioFiat Rally Portugal 1977
Salonen/Markkula 1000 Meren Rally 1977
Salonen/Kynsilehto Pohjola rally 1977
Salonen Helsinki rally
Salonen Teboil rally
Vatanen/Krogell Länsirannikko rally 1977
Rohrl/Geistdorfer Alitalia 1979
? R 6 Acropolis Rally 1982
? R 6 Rally San Remo 1982
Noberasco/Cianci
Japanese car, now restoring in Italy
P 43573 TO Salonen/Markkula Marlboro arctic rally 1977
Salonen/Markkula Nurmijärvi rally 1977
Salonen/Markkula Hankiralli 1977
Salonen/Markkula Sveitsin ralli 1977
Vatanen/Krogell Rally of 1000 lakes 1977
P 43877 TO Alen/Kivimaki
P 51473 TO Mouton/Conconi FiatFrance Rally Monte Carlo 1979
Andruet/Delferrier Rally Portugal 1977
Vincent/Calvier Tour de Corse 1977
P 86530 TO Rohrl/Geistdorfer
P 88538 TO Alen/Kivimaki 1000 Meren Rally 1978
R 19728 TO Darniche/Mahe OlioFiat Tour de Corse 1977
Darniche/Mahe Alitalia Rally Monte Carlo 1978
Röhrl/Pitz Rally San Remo 1977
R 19729 TO Andruet/Delferrier FiatFrance Rally San Remo 1977
Andruet/Delferrier Tour de Corse 1977
Andruet/ FiatFrance Rally Monte Carlo 1978
Andruet/Biche FiatFrance Tour de Corse 1978
Andruet/ FiatFrance Rally Monte Carlo 1979
Andruet/Biche FiatFrance Rally Monte Carlo 1980
R 19730 TO Darniche/Mahe Alitalia Rally Monte Carlo 1978
Verini/Scabini Rally San Remo 1978
Darniche/Mahe Alitalia Tour de Corse 1978
Alen/Kivimaki Alitalia Rally Monte Carlo 1979
Alen/Kivimaki Vsolio Rally Monte Carlo 1980
Verini/Russo Tour de Corse 1977
R 19731 TO Bachelli/Rossetti Rally San Remo 1977
Bachelli/Scabini Tour de Corse 1977
Rohrl/Geistdorfer Alitalia Rally Monte Carlo 1978
Rohrl/Geistdorfer Rally San Remo 1978
R 35975 TO G 21 Alen/Kivimaki Alitalia Rally Portugal 1978
Vudafieri/Bernacchini Jolli Club Rally il Ciocco 1981
R 37173 TO Lampinen
Bachelli/Rossetti RAC 1977
Verini 1978
R 62948 TO Alen/Kivimaki Alitalia ?
Verini/Bernacchini Alitalia 1978
This car is at Italy in very good condition.
R 88536 TO Salonen/Nyman Rally of 1000 Lakes 1978
Munari 1978
R 88537 TO Röhrl 1978
R 88538 TO Munari/Manucco Alitalia Acropolis Rally 1978
Rohrl/Geistdorfer Alitalia Criterium de Qeubec 1978
Rohrl/Geistdorfer Alitalia RAC Rally 1978
Rohrl/Geistdorfer Alitalia Rally San Remo ? 1979
Waldegaard/ Vsolio Rally Monte Carlo 1980
Waldegaard/ Vsolio Rally Sweden 1980
Alen/Kivimaki Salora 1000 Meren Rally 1980
R 88539 TO Munari/Manucco Alitalia Corsica 1978
Rohrl/Geistdorfer Alitalia Rally Monte Carlo 1979
Bettega Alitalia Sandegna 1979
Bettega Alitalia Lana (Biella) 1979
Bettega/Vudafieri Alitalia Rally 4 Regioni 1980
Vudafieri/Bernacchini Sardegna 1980
Vudafieri/Bernacchini Elba 1980
Vudafieri/Bernacchini 4 Regioni 1980
Vudafieri/Bernacchini Ciocco 1980
Vudafieri/Bernacchini Collinen Romagna 1980
Cerrato Monte Carlo 1981
This car is at Japan now.
R 92415 TO Alen/Kivimaki 1978
R 92448 TO Rohrl/Geistdorfer Alitalia Safari Rally 1979
Rohrl/Geistdorfer Vsolio Rally Portugal 1980
Rohrl/Geistdorfer Vsolio Acropolis Rally 1980
Rohrl/Geistdorfer Vsolio Rally Codasur 1980
Alen/Kivimaki Rally of thousand lakes 1981
Botto/Asteggiano Rally Coppa Liburna 1983
R 92449 TO Alen/Kivimaki ? Vsolio
Alen/Kivimaki Alitalia Safari Rally 1979
Alen/Kivimaki Vsolio Acropolis Rally 1980
Munari/Jaubert Am.jeans Rally Bandama 1980
R 92450 TO Mouton/Conconi FiatFrance Rally Monte Carlo 1980
Mouton Tour de Corse 1980
R 92451 TO Alen/Kivimaki Alitalia Acropolis Rally 1978
Alen/Kivimaki Alitalia 1000 Meren Rally 1978
R 92452 TO Alen/Kivimaki Alitalia
Rohrl/Geistdorfer Vsolio Rally Sweden 1980
Reutemann Rally Codasur 1980
Bettega/Perissinott Vsolio Acropolis Rally 1981
Zanussi/Bernacchini Totip Rally Elba 1982
Zanussi rally called "RALLY" in Spain 1982
R 92453 TO Rohrl/Geistdorfer Alitalia 1979
Alen/Kivimaki Alitalia rally San Remo 1979
R 94415 TO Alen/Kivimaki Arctic Rally 1980
T 92359 TO Rohrl/Geistdorfer Vsolio Rally Monte Carlo 1980
T 93356 TO
U 48219 TO Rohrl/Geistdorfer Vsolio Tour de Corse 1980
Alen/Kivimaki Vsolio Rally Monte Carlo 1981
V 33681 TO Rohrl/Geistdorfer Jolly Club Rally San Remo 1980
Bettega/Bernacchi MS Tour de Corse 1980
V 39606 TO G 35 Rohrl/Geistdorfer Vsolio
Alen/Kivimaki Vsolio Rally Portugal 1981
Vudafieri/Bernacchini Vsolio Halkidikis Rally 1981
This is in at Australia in good condition
W 24409 MI Vadufieri/Manucci Broms car Targa Florio Rally 1979
Vanni Fusaro Mitropa Cup 1978
W 24411 MI Manucci/ Broms car Rally San Remo ?
W 24430 MI Fassina/Mannini Rally San Remo 1977
314329 PD Rombi Corse
Lucky/Pons Costa Smeralda 1979
514333 PD Lucky/Pons Vsolio 10 Colline di Romagna 1980
514333 PD ? Alen/Kivimaki Vsolio Rally San Remo 1980
364840 VI Rombi Corse
457 FZ Didi/Lux OlioFiat Hunsruck Rally 1977
DJL 928 Didi/Pauly Carling BL Boucles de Spa 1979
Didi/Pauly Vsolio Kempenrally 1981
IG 7924 N 94414 TO Alen/Kivimäki OlioFiat New Zealand 1977
IG 7925 P 21499 TO Bachelli/Rossetti OlioFiat New Zealand 1977
IG 7951 N 92972 TO Lampinen/Andreasson New Zealand 1977
JX 2163 Rohrl/Geistdorfer Vsolio New Zealand Rally 1980
Cambiaghi/Sanfront OlioFiat Rally 4 Regioni 1976
KTF 518 Collinge/Lyall
GE 305488 Swiss Lier/Cortay Monte Carlo 1978
TI 147234 Swiss Krattiger/Daminelli Monte Carlo 1982
P 97972 TO Diesel 1977
N 84447 TO Stradale
B 2525 CV SEAT Zanini/Petisco
B 2528 CV Seat Zanini/Petisco Poland 1979
B 9440 R2 SEAT Canellas Poland 1978
Alen, Markku FIN
Canellas, Salvador
Cerrato, Dario I
Cianci, Daniele I
Bettega, Attilio I
Kivimäki, Ilkka FIN
Röhrl, Walter D
Mäkinen, Timo FIN
Perissinot,  Maurizio I
Lyall, John EAK
Collinge, Robert EAK
Vudafieri, Adartico I
Bernacchini, Arnaldo I
Carello, Tony I
Pons, Fabriozio
Rancati, Guilio I
Noberasco, Gabriele I
Zanini,  Antonio