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madontour
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Davrian Alfa

Post by madontour » Tue Jun 23, 2015 9:17 pm

Hello

We have a Davrian Mark ? (I've given up trying to tell them apart) but what sets it apart is the Alfasud 1500 engine squeezed in the back.

Finally road going after almost a decade of tinkering (in our ownership) and a generation of outdoor decline (previous ownership).

Mike & Denise
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Re: Davrian Alfa

Post by davrian6140 » Tue Jun 23, 2015 9:33 pm

Hi Mike , Denise. Great to see the car I sure it a MK 6a the same as
mine . It must go very well with that engine set up.
What part of the county is the housed? I would like to come and
see it some time.
Well done .
Dave
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Nugget
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Re: Davrian Alfa

Post by Nugget » Tue Jun 23, 2015 9:42 pm

Very nice, I once had a 1.5 TI Sud, it was a cracking car especially the lovely boxer 4, I wasn't convinced about the inboard brakes though it used to eat pads, then again I was 20 when I owned it so drove it like I stole it everywhere.

A 550 kg Davrian and a 105bhp Alfa motor sounds very interesting, best of both worlds???

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Re: Davrian Alfa

Post by madontour » Fri Jun 26, 2015 7:25 am

I'm not at all sure that my engine is producing 105bhp at the moment - but she does hustle along nicely when you squeeze the 'go' pedal. :D

We're in Weardale - a few miles West of Durham and always pleased to meet fellow enthusiasts.

M & D

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