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The hinged boot can be opened to reveal the engine compartment with its electrical system and transmission.
The windows have been carefully reproduced, including the rubber seals and windscreen wipers. The deflectors can even be moved.
he four-cylinder, inline 1,565 Renault engine has been reproduced down to the smallest details, including its 45-mm Weber carburettors.
The tyres are exact replicas of Michelin’s 165 MR 13 XAS motorsport tyres, down to the tread pattern and logos.
The car is equipped with an adjustable tilt steering wheel and a gear stick with an enamelled knob, decorated with the Alpine logo.
Both the driver and passenger windows can be operated with their respective hand cranks.
The dashboard replica includes the various control instruments with such fine detailing that a magnifying glass is needed to appreciate them.
The headlights can be turned on with a switch found on the dashboard. The brake lights also work.
The bonnet can be opened, giving access to the spare Michelin tyre and the fuel tank, which also has a removable cap.
Both doors can be opened onto the magnificent details of the car’s interior.
Each booklet contains clear and detailed step-by-step assembly instructions that include photos and images for building your Alpine. Each piece is clearly indicated and the instructions are easy to follow.
With each edition, discover the history of the Alpine created in 1955 – a brand that, in less than 20 years, was able to produce one of history’s greatest rally cars. Discover, too, how Renault partnered with Alpine.
Based on expert research, the booklets provide all the essential information about the Berlinette: its design, technical characteristics, development and racing records.
Discover the entire history of Renault, from its birth at the beginning of the 20th century, to the integration of Alpine into the group and the rebirth of this legendary brand in 2012 to mark the 50th anniversary of the Berlinette.