Alpine V6 - 1985Details click here
Frances answer to the porsche 911 was the alpine v6. Although it did not make its appearance until 1971 (five years after the porsche 911s debut), the alpine v6 had many similarities in its character and in the way it has evolved over the years.
Alpine-renault A44i - 1974Details click here
After obtaining encouraging results in 1973 with the a440 racing car, alpines objective for 1974 was racings formula two championship. The new a441 gloriously achieved this task, winning all the races it entered.
Alvis Speed 20 - 1932-1936Details click here
The alvis speed 20, a fast, good-looking and smooth-running touring car, was the cheapest car of its kind on the market. And in 1934 it became the first british car with an all-synchromesh transmission and independent front suspension by a single-transverse leaf spring.
Alvis Speed 25 - 1937-1939Details click here
Announced in august 1936, the alvis speed 25 was a development of the 3.5-litre alvis of the previous year. One of the leading british sports cars of its day, it was praised by land speed record-holder sir malcolm campbell, who described it in deeply flattering terms: a most remarkable car. ... It handles perfectly. . . . the steering is light and responsive.
American Austin - 1930-1935Details click here
Easily the smallest u.s. Automobile on the market, the american austin should have been the right car for the great depression. An energetic promotional campaign featured ernest hemingway, al jolson and buster keaton among its customers. But americans werent ready to think small just yet especially since they could buy a ford or chevy for about the same price.