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Greatest Years of Rallying: 1970s, Documentary

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carchasesfanatic ES

2009-07-10 23:27

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I wouldn't have added the unreleated background vehicles :/

sixcyl FR

2009-07-12 21:22

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I wonder on reliability of such a documentary about "Greatest years of rallying in the 70's" without evocating Alpine A110 !!! :think:

sixcyl FR

2009-07-12 21:24

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But maybe Michal didn't finished posting pictures yet?

Weasel1984 PL

2009-07-13 20:59

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Now it is finished! :) And of course they didn't forget about Alpines, whch finally also found their place on this page.

carchasesfanatic wrote I wouldn't have added the unreleated background vehicles :/

Now when everything is listed, we can see that % there is not so many of them, and some are even interesting.

vilero ES

2009-07-13 21:39

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What a pity!! I don't see the Seat 124-1800 in the 1977 Rally of Montecarlo. With this simple Seat and driven by Antonio Zanini (later european rally champion with Porsche), Seat was 3rd and even Zanini got one scratch time. And, by the way, (for Polish fellows) Zanini won Rally of Poland in 1978, 1979 and 1980. Also with Z was champion of this Rally of Poland the polish rally racer Zasada, who won in 1964, 1967, 1969 and 1971. Cheers
[Image: 182999-1977antoniozaninimontecn.jpg]

And what's about the famous Mercedes 450 SLC Gr.4 from the latest '70s. driven by Bjorn Waldegaard
[Image: 183005-1979_Waldegaard.jpg]

And the Opel Ascona 400 Rally driven by (no doubt) the best, Walter RŲhrl.
[Image: 183011-Ascona.JPG]

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Lateef NO

2009-07-13 23:40

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Nice collection there, Weasel!

BeanBandit FI

2009-07-14 00:11

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RŲhrl's 1982 championship with Opel Ascona was a very impressive effort, battling with normally aspirated 2WD car against the mighty 4WD turbo Quattros.

Weasel1984 PL

2009-07-14 00:23

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Ineed there are cars not mentioned in this film. Though it was more about the rallies from the point of view of the British fan, well that's a British doc.


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ingo DE

2009-07-14 22:27

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If maybe anyone around here has closer connections to collectors of old car magazines: I'm still looking for the French "Virage"-issue of June 1973. There is an article about the Rallye du Maroc included, the only rallye except the Rallye Monte Carlo 1971, where some K 70 have participated... ;)

The last (and as I know only) eBay-auction of it I've lost :(

cl82 DE

2009-07-14 22:31

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Are you really sure you want to know how these brick-shaped K 70s performed? :lol:

ingo DE

2009-07-14 22:35

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Oh, they weren't too bad in Maroc 1973. At least they have reached the finish - not self-evident for their rivals.

And about the brick-shaped style I'm pleased still today. Practical and unique. :p

Andypilot333 UK

2009-07-16 03:13

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The Mazda RX-7 listed is in fact the Japanese spec car on the 1979 RAC. In the entry list it is described as a "Mazda SA 22 C". Oh yes, that IS Jean Todt running to get back into the Peugeot 504 V6 Coupe in the Safari mud !!!

dsl SX

2012-02-09 22:38

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1965 Monte footage from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jsvcbrJ7-18 - lots of unusual cars seen, including some rallying Glas (1304?) at beginning and finish.

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dsl SX

2015-02-25 00:00

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Several captures and thumbs reused from 1972 EAS - /movie_1004516301-Ford-on-Safari--East-African-Safari-1972.html

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