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Promising results encouraged him to enter the French Hillclimb Championship in 1969, which he won in a brilliant fashion at the end of the season. For more info, read about our auctions or email us with any questions. The dimensions of the central passenger cabin were unchanged, however. [3] However, when in 1965 Renault's Spanish affiliate[6] introduced their own version of the Renault 8 for the (then tariff-shielded) Spanish market, it came with drum brakes. Overspray can be seen on some wiring, and the seller notes that the right rear inner fender well has a small rust hole.

In September 1965 the Renault 10 Major (branded in some markets as the Renault 1100) was launched, replacing the Renault 8 Major. Col de Vence hilclimb, 2nd groupe 4 Malval, 17th overall and 4th group 4 Gérard Cancade from Saint Laurent du Var became the new owner in August 1984, and he sold it in December 1989 to a certain Pierre Labbé from Seine Saint Denis. The car was delivered with black "RENAULT 8S" tapes, intended for the rear wings but their fixing was left to the customer.
On extremely cold days, the relay box had a mind of its own. La Faucille hilclimb, 13th overall and 3rd group 4 The system was thus entirely electromechanical, without hydraulics, pneumatics or electronics. The changes also saw the addition of the 8S, a sportier model with a 1108cc engine rated at 60 PS (44 kW; 59 hp).
- Reinforced short-shift 364 gearbox

The car no longer had its injection engine, preferable for road use, but was equipped with a genuine Gordini engine from an A110, complete with factory identification plate. As a consequence of this incident, he didn't race during the 1971 season. Pierre AGOSTINI's racing history in 16807: 1972: About 400–500 vehicles seem to have been sold.

In 1965, the Renault 10 Major, a more luxurious version of the 8 with different front and rear styling, was released, replacing the 8 Major. Your real-time updates could not be connected. "Cars in Action" Magazine, August 2010: ...Renaults answer was to team up and produce the highly successful Alconi...the South African homologated Alconi was winning some races outright... "Shell" bulletin on the contents of the R8 Alconi kit, with fitting instructions, Photographs of Renault 8 & 10s, Alconis and Gordinis, "Cars in Action" Magazine, August 2010: History of Saloon Car Racing in South Africa, "Cars in Action" Magazine, December 2010: Alconi, the supercharged sensation, Renault Alconi Collector cars for sale & wanted in South Africa, This page was last edited on 16 October 2020, at 09:59. 8S model also had the same twin headlights as the R1135 Gordini – the middle ones were for high beam only. [14], Engine upgrades resulted in 68 bhp (net) and a performance close to that of the R8 Gordini '1100' and midway between the standard Renault 8 and the 1255cc Gordini. Also, the Romanian sport version was named Dacia 1100 S.[9][10]. Glouneaux hilclimb, 12th overall and 2nd group 4 Alongside the Renault 10, less powerful versions of the Renault 8 continued in production at the Flins plant with the existing shorter body. During the years 1963–69 when the R8 model was sold, they won seven overall 1st Saloon car to finish trophies in the annual Kyalami International 9-hour Endurance Races (3 x 4th overall, 1 x 5th overall, 3 x 9th overall). - Roll-cage If you win the auction, your card will be charged for the service fee and you pay the seller directly for the vehicle. It was sold new through their dealer network in South Africa and covered by their factory warranty. If you don't win, your existing pre-authorization will be released.

The system used a dash-mounted push button control panel where the driver could select forward or reverse and a governor that sensed vehicle speed and throttle position. Le Pin hilclimb, 8th overall and 2nd group 4 - Big brakes front and rear…. Also three overall wins in the annual International Total Lourenco Marques Rallies.[20]. On cold days, with no source of heat in the trunk area, the relays would freeze and required the "Open, Push, Whack, and Jump. [8] The transmission itself was a three-speed mechanical unit similar to that of the Dauphine, but from the beginning with synchromesh on all gears in this version. Chamrousse hilclimb, 6th group 4 Through their South African subsidiary, Renault Africa Ltd, a special performance version of the 1108cc '8' (model 1132) and '10' (model 1190) was assembled at their East London assembly plant. Méribel hilclimb, 1st group 4 (various S.A 'Car' Magazine roadtests)[15][16].

The car was given new brake pads and an oil change in preparation for sale. [8] Although it was described as a form of automatic transmission at the time, in retrospect it was more realistically a form of automatic clutch, inspired by the German Saxomat device which appeared as an option on several mainstream German cars in the 1950s and 60s.

In total 37,546 Dacia 1100s were built.[5]. Approximately 5,613 miles are shown on the odometer, although true mileage is unknown. It was built at the Alpine factory in Dieppe, in April 1970, one of forty-nine 1600VB and four 1600VA examples to be produced that month. A four-speed close ratio manual transmission, dual rear shock absorbers and uprated springs were fitted. The car was repainted in France, and driving lights and aftermarket wheels have also been added. It was also distinguishable from the 8 Major by the bigger 200mm headlamp units. While Group 3 related to the " GT production cars ", Group 4 were " upgraded GT cars ", in other words, these were the best rally cars of their day. FASA-Renault, the company's Spanish arm, continued to produce models 8 and 8TS (similar to the French-built 8S) until 1976 for the Spanish market, and components for the 8S and 8TS assembled in Mexico.

[17] The local concept was intended to increase vehicle sales to a racing mad South African public by taking advantage of their race-track successes in local "Sprint" and "Endurance" races. Remarkably, it still has its original chassis and body. In 1963 the Renault 8 was awarded Wheels Magazine Australia's Car of the Year Award. Your bid of $ is $ more that the current high bid of $. The seller notes that the car recently received new brake pads and an oil change in preparation for sale.   |  

[13] The 1108cc version of the engine was also offered for 1970, but now only when combined with the Jaeger "button operated" semi-automatic transmission which had been offered in earlier versions of the car since 1963.[13]. If you win the auction, your card will be charged for the service fee and you pay the seller directly for the vehicle. Terms of Use. Ampus hilclimb, 6th group 4 Both the 8 and the 10 were heavily revised for 1969. - Same owner for nearly 30 years.

Gourdon Caussols hilclimb, 5th overall and 1st group 4 Rare for a competition car, the car still has its original body and chassis! This is a " small " chassis typical of the 70 models, being " mixed " and capable of being used for a 1600 or 1300. - Excellent racing history In the meantime, the car had been restored to make it driveable on the road.   |   The car was sold immediately to a local racing driver, Serge Aghazarian, who enjoyed two seasons of hillclimb events in the Alpine, during 1976 and 1977. La Roquette hilclimb, retired This was a Type 1600VB (commercial name 1600S), series number 16808 and with body number 3692. In Romania, a version of the 8 was produced under license between 1968 and 1972 as the Dacia 1100. The R8 (model R1130) was released in June 1962[3] and was based on the Renault Dauphine with which it shared its basic architecture and its 2,270 mm (89.4 in) wheelbase. The seller notes some corrosion on the undercarriage of the car and has provided multiple photos detailing the condition of the suspension, brakes, driveline, and chassis. In 1974, he entered the European Championship, and a 1st place in Group 4 at Mont Cenis in Spain put him at the top of the Championship ! The presence of mountains and winding roads favours this exciting sport, particularly in the South East. Privacy Notice

Please enable JavaScript to engage in the discussion on this site. The Renault 8 (Renault R8 until 1964) and Renault 10 are two rear-engined, rear-wheel drive small family cars produced by the French manufacturer Renault in the 1960s and early 1970s. This was a lengthened version of the Renault 8 with an increased front overhang and a much enlarged front luggage compartment, its capacity increased from 240 to 315 litres.

The 8 was launched in 1962, and the 10, a more upmarket version of the 8, was launched in 1965. R8s also competed in the 1966 Australian Touring Car Championship, 1979 Australian Rallycross Championship, 1973 Hardie-Ferodo 1000 and 1965 International 6 Hour Touring Car Race. In the United States the Renault 10 was offered as "The Renault for people who swore they would never buy another one."[11]. Join millions of people using Oodle to find unique used cars for sale, certified pre-owned car listings, and new car classifieds. The style, closely following that of the first prototype produced, at unusually short notice, by Philippe Charbonneaux, was fashionably boxy; however,[3] while the Renault 8 was actually 30 mm (1.2 in) narrower than the Dauphine, the manufacturer was able to install thick cushioned front seats that were actually each 60 mm (2.4 in) wider, at 560 mm (22.0 in), than those fitted in the Dauphine. Good luck! Mont Cenis hilclimb, 1st group 4, 1600 S Groupe 4 Compétition Client ex Agostini, 2018 Renault Alpine - A110 Premiere Edition, 2018 Renault Alpine - A110 Première Edition *4400 kms*, 1984 Renault Alpine - A 310 V6 S-Pack GT Original 66tkm,H-Kennz, 1992 Renault Alpine - A610 Turbo (24.544 km). Your bid has been posted in the comment flow on the listing, and you can see other bids there as they happen. By then the Renault 10 had already been replaced, two years earlier, by the front wheel drive Renault 12.

Initially, Bernard Collomb looked after the car. The car has won the Tour de Corse, Rally Poland, Rallye Açores, Rali Vinho da Madeira, Boucles de Spa and Rajdowe Samochodowe Mistrzostwa Polski.

By then, #16807 was fitted with the wide, flat arches it still has today, so characteristic of this berlinetta. This was a specific feature of the competition 1600S cars of this period. Did you mean to enter this number as a bid? - Heated windscreen Additional modifications to the exterior include a set of yellow driving lights, as well as yellow fog lights that are mounted to the front bumper.

The competition included many international purpose built sports cars (Ferraris, Jaguars, Porsches, Cobras). Dunières hilclimb, 11th overall and 2nd group 4 The clutch in the system was replaced by a powder ferromagnetic coupler, developed from a Smiths design. - Original chassis and body They were produced in Bulgaria until 1970 (see Bulgarrenault), and an adapted version of the Renault 8 continued to be produced in Spain until 1976. A set of aftermarket wheels have been installed and carry two mismatched pairs of tires.

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