Austin Allegro 1750 Sport (twin carb) 1974-75

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Austin Allegro 1750 Sport (twin carb) 1974-75

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"Chris Cowin takes a look at a rare and half-forgotten Austin Allegro: the twin carb Allegro 1750 Sport which was only available for one year.
It’s the Allegro that ‘catches that sporting feeling’ said the brochure, but it didn’t hold it for long...."
https://www.aronline.co.uk/cars/austin/ ... twin-carb/
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Re: Austin Allegro 1750 Sport (twin carb) 1974-75

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Very high on my "wanna have list". Even more an Equipe or an Innocenti Regent 1500 ♥
If only I knew the power of the Dark Side...I wouldn't have made contact with an Innocenti :mrgreen:
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Re: Austin Allegro 1750 Sport (twin carb) 1974-75

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Austin Allegro Equipe (1979)
"Keith Adams tells the short-and-sweet story of the Austin Allegro Equipe – a go-faster saloon that its maker sold as a homegrown alternative to the Alfa Romeo Alfasud Ti or Chrysler Sunbeam Ti. It was certainly bold, although its performance didn’t quite live up to expectations."
https://www.aronline.co.uk/concepts-and ... ns/equipe/
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