1970 Dinalpin A110 1100 VA35.000-55.000 EUR - Estimate

Dinalpin A110 1100 VA

See all the Images for this Car
Fitted with a 1300 engine
- Only 200 of this version built
- A genuine A110 berlinette at an affordable price

Reference Number 668992

as of 10/7/2021

Dealer
Go to dealer's website  

Lot 33

Artcurial - Automobiles sur les Champs  Contact  Location
59, avenue Montaigne  Phone  +33 1 42 99 20 56  City  Paris
75008 Paris  Fax  +33 1 42 99 16 39  State  Paris
France  Mobile    Country  France France
Overview
Car 1970 Dinalpin A110 1100 VA
VIN 382 
More Images
See all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this Car
See all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this Car
See all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this Car
See all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this Car
See all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this CarSee all the Images for this Car
Known History

In 1964, the Mexican firm DINA successfully obtained the licence to build and sell Alpine's cars in Mexico. It produced the A110 berlinette under the name 'Dinalpin', first as an 1100 until 1971, and then as a 1300. 508 such cars were built, 200 of them 1100s.

The 1100 VA berlinette we are presenting has the chassis number 382 on the manufacturer's plate, whereas the number 0233 is stamped at the rear of the chassis. It was imported into France in 2006 with 30,645km recorded, and has since covered about 10,000km. During its older restoration, the Dinalpin logos were replaced by those of Alpine and Renault. The car has been fitted with four long-range driving lights, Sparco racing harnesses, a hydraulic handbrake and a cut-out switch. The 'Brahim Racing' alloy wheels are specific to the Dinalpin models. The dashboard has a full set of instruments, with an electronic rev counter added below it. The two bucket seats and the carpets are in good condition. The original 1100 engine has been replaced by a type 810/706 1300 with an Iresa inlet pipe, allowing a twin-choke Weber 40 carburettor to be fitted. It is covered by an attractive aluminium Alpine rocker cover, with power transmitted by a 5-speed gearbox. On test, the engine proved well set up and pleasant to drive. It is flexible and torquey, revving keenly and tunefully. The clutch and brakes are satisfactory. This is an exceptional opportunity to drive an A110 for a much lower price than the versions built in Dieppe, while owning a much rarer model.