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1968 Renault 10 Alconi Série 2

1968 Renault 10 Alconi in More Time, Movie, 1994 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: FR — Built in: ZA

1968 Renault 10 Alconi Série 2

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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Exiv96 BE

2015-08-18 12:30

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With that white stripe, this could in fact be a Renault 10 Alconi, assembled and tuned in South Africa, back in 1967-68.

http://alconi.blogspot.com

Link to "www.aussiefrogs.com"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renault_Model_8_%26_10_Alconi

DidierF FR

2015-08-18 12:54

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Very interesting, Exiv96. ("Jody Scheckter, South Africa's only World Formula 1 racing champion, started his blossoming career in sprint races with a 1300cc Renault R8 with Gordini and Alconi modifications.")

DynaMike NL

2015-08-18 14:18

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Very interesting indeed :)
I wonder why the 'built in' flag is Zimbabwe. Shouldn't that be Saouth Africa ?

Moscvich433 RU

2015-08-18 14:37

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DynaMike wrote Very interesting indeed :)
I wonder why the 'built in' flag is Zimbabwe. Shouldn't that be Saouth Africa ?

Because of this: /vehicle_782802-Ford-Consul-Cortina-Estate-1964.html
I think, it should be more correct, to make it 'built in Zimbabwe', than 'built in South Africa', because it was assembled in Zimbabwe.

-- Last edit: 2015-08-18 14:38:28

Exiv96 BE

2015-08-18 14:43

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Moscvich433 wrote
I think, it should be more correct, to make it 'built in Zimbabwe', than 'built in South Africa', because it was assembled in Zimbabwe.


But if this is an Alconi version, it must be a South African car, rather than a Zimbabwean car.

DidierF FR

2015-08-18 14:45

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Yep, the Zimbabwean flag is a relic of the former identification… which is still there.

Who's gonna make the change?

Moscvich433 RU

2015-08-18 14:46

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Exiv96 wrote

But if this is an Alconi version, it must be a South African car, rather than a Zimbabwean car.


I really don't know about 'Alconi' on this time, than I add this car. My mistake.
But, we can change 'built in' country.

DidierF FR

2015-08-18 14:47

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… I put a 'made for ZA' but is it necessary?

Exiv96 BE

2015-08-18 18:31

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Not really.

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