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je cherche ,sans resultats , depuis tres longtemps

une photo de cote de la 907 d'Elford pour faire la DECOUPE de la porte et de

la vitre ?

Hello :lol:

En voici une tirée du nouveau livre japonais sur les Porsche 906, 910, 907, 908 et 917, Sportcars Profile Series 1.

Je parie que c'est l'autre coté qui t'intéresse, loi de Murphy oblige ;)

 

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Et une de l'intérieur d'une 907 de la Targa 68 non identifiée.

 

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Sperando che vi sia ancora qualcuno su questo ormai desolato Forum, pubblico il mio ultimo lavoro modellistico di Targa: Alfa Romeo 33TT12 vincitrice della Targa Florio 1975 con Nino Vaccarella e Artu

Io mi limito alle cosine semplice, ma che mancano nella bacheca delle miniature di Giro e Targa.   La seconda fase del Giro di Sicilia, dopo una interruzione di 13 anni, non ha avuto il successo sper

Provo a mostravi il mio ultimo piccolo lavoro. Si tratta della Maserati T 61 Targa Florio 1960 condotta da Vaccarella e Maglioli. Il modello è un Leo Model 1/43 della collezione Maserati da

je cherche ,sans resultats , depuis tres longtemps

une photo de cote de la 907 d'Elford pour faire la DECOUPE de la porte et de

la vitre ?

Hello :lol:

En voici une tirée du nouveau livre japonais sur les Porsche 906, 910, 907, 908 et 917, Sportcars Profile Series 1.

Je parie que c'est l'autre coté qui t'intéresse, loi de Murphy oblige ;)

 

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Copyright Eric della Faille/Cg Library

 

Et une de l'intérieur d'une 907 de la Targa 68 non identifiée.

 

https://aws-cf.caradisiac.com/prod/mesimages/316036/Num%C3%A9riser0001.jpg3..jpg

Copyright McKlein

 

 

Hello, beautiful pictures! The interior refers to Mitter-Scarfiotti car

 

:jap:

 

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Petite contribution à une tres grande course .....

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photos extraites du "championnat du monde proto 68" (editions Marabout)

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https://aws-cf.caradisiac.com/prod/mesimages/379668/Alfa33targa67.jpg

2 photos extraites de "Endurance :50 Ans d'histoire1964-1981"

 

 

Superbe image of Bonnier on Alfa 33-2 n°190 in '67 !

 

see soon :jap:

 

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Keeping on 1955...

 

1955 Giu Musso-Rossi.jpg

 

Giuseppe Musso and Giuseppe Rossi on Maserati A6 GCS (6°)

 

1955 Fangio-Kling.jpg1..jpg

 

Fangio-Kling (2°)

 

1955 Maglioli-Sighinolfi.jpg

 

Maglioli-Sighinolfi on Ferrari 750 Monza (ab.)

 

1955 Manzon-Castell.jpg

 

Manzon-Castellotti on Ferrari 857 S (3°)

 

1955 Moss out 2.jpg

 

Moss helped by sicilian fans !!!

 

1955 Zampiero-Villotti.jpg

 

Zampiero-Villotti on Mercedes 300 SL (ab.)

 

to be continued :jap:

 

 

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Shortleg,

Many thanks for the picture of the crashed Tipo 33/3 of Maston Gregory/Toine Hezemans in the Targa 1970. It’s heavily modified… I think it’s a total-loss.

 

You also posted a picture of the Scuderia Sant Ambroeus Alfa Romeo Duetto (Girolama Capra/Guido Sala), they finished 28th in the 1968 edition of the Targa Florio.

It’s still a dream for me to drive the Madonie circuit with my own Alfa Spider (Coda Tronca).

Shortleg, have you ever driven the Targa circuit yourself?

 

Fafa423

You posted a picture from the Tipo 33 #190. Do you know who is at the wheel, is it Giancarlo Baghetti or Joakim Bonnier?

 

Greetz

 

Spider Murphy

 

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Shortleg,

Many thanks for the picture of the crashed Tipo 33/3 of Maston Gregory/Toine Hezemans in the Targa 1970. It’s heavily modified… I think it’s a total-loss.

 

You also posted a picture of the Scuderia Sant Ambroeus Alfa Romeo Duetto (Girolama Capra/Guido Sala), they finished 28th in the 1968 edition of the Targa Florio.

It’s still a dream for me to drive the Madonie circuit with my own Alfa Spider (Coda Tronca).

Shortleg, have you ever driven the Targa circuit yourself?

 

Fafa423

You posted a picture from the Tipo 33 #190. Do you know who is at the wheel, is it Giancarlo Baghetti or Joakim Bonnier?

 

Greetz

 

Spider Murphy

 

 

Hi spider, I have already reply to your question: he is Bonnier.

I drove many times on Targa circuit taking part in historic commemoration editions; exspecially in 2001 was found, on my Fulvia Z, between Vaccarella on Alfa Disco volante '53 and Munari on Fulvia barchetta '69!!!

What a fun to drive in them company on Madonie roads! :love:

I'll post for you a my photo of that unforgettable day on private message.

CIAO :jap:

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Dear fans, more pictures from Targa '55 again:

 

1955 Moss.jpg

 

300 SLR of Moss-Collins

 

1955 Moss-Collins.jpg

 

Moss-Collins again

 

1955 BMS.jpg

 

The BMS Renault of Guy Michel (what name and surname?)-Alfredo Fondi ahead Buoncristiani-Altini (Ermini)

 

1955 Munaron-Shelby.jpg

 

Hybrid Ferrari 750 Monza of Munaron-Shelby

 

1955 Manzon box.jpg

 

Robert Manzon pit stop

 

1955 squadra Mercedes.jpg1..jpg

 

Mercedes team

 

1955 Moss abbraccia Collins.jpg1..jpg

 

Moss congratulated from Collins

 

A little curious annotation: Moss performs the fast lap (43'07'' at 100,176 km/h average) in 3° lap, before out of road!

 

to be continued :jap::jap:

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Confirm the spider murphy reply, it is a 63 type in '61 like Vaccarella-Trintignant n°152 the one.

 

Thanks for clarification about Guy Michel (at last !)

:jap:

 

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1953, that is for sure and it is supposed to be Maglioli but…

 

https://aws-cf.caradisiac.com/prod/mesimages/360937/TF53-Maglioli.jpg

 

 

Hi pifpa, I don't able to reply ! Anyway I think is not Maglioli because it had the snorkel on the bonnet white colour; then it could be Bracco, Taruffi or Manzon, sorry! The image is bad and moreover material on '53 is very poor.

ciao :jap::jap:

 

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In '56 the Targa has just turned fifty, but the race is not valid for World Chamionship! Le Mans tragedy in '55 has shocked racing world and the championship stages were five only: Argentina, USA, Italy (MM), Germany and Sweden.

Anyway the Targa can rely on 50 starting with the presence of Ferrari, Maserati, Osca, Porsche (one car only) and Mercedes (GT only).

Ferrari lines up two 860 Monza for Gendebien-Herrmann and Castellotti-Collins; Maserati lines up three 300S for Taruffi, Bordoni-Carini and Ravetto-Pottino, more A6 GCS and 150S for Bellucci, Scarlatti, Pedini and Sorrentino;

moreovere there are the Osca for Cabianca and Villoresi; one 550 RS Porsche for U. Maglioli and one C type Jaguar for Piper-Margulies . Mercedes team lines up its 300 SL Gullwing for VonTrips, Zampiero and G. Musso.

At last, the order of arrival declares winner astonishing Maglioli ahead Cabianca-Villoresi, Taruffi and Gendebien-Herrmann. In the first moment the crew Cabianca-Villoresi was dequalified and after reintegrated.

 

1956 manif.jpg

 

Immediately after race, Porsche publicized the victory by this poster, in wich the order of arrival is wrong in cause of reintegration of crew Cabianca-Villoresi at 2nd place.

 

1956 box.jpg

 

Osca disployment: n°86 Cabianca - n°74 Sbordone - n°58 Tramontana - n°104 Taruffi's Maserati

 

1956 Maglioli.jpg

 

Maglioli before starting; at left Baron Antonio Pucci watching

 

1956 Gendebien.jpg

 

Olivier Gendebien at start

 

TO BE CONTINUED :jap::jap:

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Hello dear friends, more photos from '56

 

1956 Magl.jpg

 

Maglioli (all the race alone) before starting

 

1956 Villoresi osca 750.jpg

 

Villoresi at start on his Osca 750; he will finish at 2nd place on Osca MT4 with Cabianca

 

1956 Zampiero-Sacchero.jpg

 

Zampiero-Sacchiero on Mercedes 300 SL (8°)

 

1956 Umb Maglioli.jpg

 

more Umberto Maglioli in the first victory on Targa; it will be the first Porsche victory too

 

see soon :jap:

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Ahi, ahi Mr. Shortleg, this time You made a mistake!

 

It's true that in 1956, Porsche got its first victory at Targa, but for Umberto Maglioli was the second, infact his first one was in 1953 at the Lancia D20 wheels.

... or not?

 

Bye-bye,

Michele

 

 

MICHEEELE are you alive? Don't stay to look out of the window!

About Maglioli you are right, I apologize for the serious mistake :jap::jap::jap:

By the way, where is targamaniac ?

CIAO

 

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At this time, he is sleeping for sure.

We, otherwise, who are night-men, are whatching into Internet to verify that someone don't talk nonsense (caz..te).

 

I'm always watching this very interesting topic, pratically every day; great infos and photos.

 

Regards, Michele

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DePortago tragedy at MM '57 marked the end of the road races, so Targa too.

To continue the tradition, started in 1906, Florio, in the same year, did not give up to his race and determined to hold a "regularity" stage reserved to series cars.

Participants were more than 120, but audiences not many,in spite of the participations of Taruffi, Boffa, Zagato, Vaccarella, Cahier. It was a strange and humble edition, fortunately limited to that year only.

For the record won Colonna ahead to Taruffi and Costantini.

 

1957 Colonna.jpg

 

Fabio Colonna winner on his Fiat 600

 

1957 Taruffi.jpg

 

Piero Taruffi on Lancia Appia

 

1957 Cahier.jpg1..jpg

 

Bernard Cahier on Dauphine Renault

 

The event will restart in '58 by tradition.

 

to be continued :jap:

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In 1958 happens the miracle: Florio is able to persuade CSAI and FIA that his race is safe and in particular it is not too fast, then he get again the world validity as 3rd stage of championship.

In this year the entrant are few (38 qualified only); the race took place on 14 laps of Piccolo Circuito (72 km) for a total lenght of 1008 km.

At start Ferrari team by his 250 TR for Collins-P.Hill, Munaron-Seidel, Von Trips-Hawthorn and L.Musso-Gendebien; more private 500 TR 2000; one Aston Martin DBR1 for Moss-Brooks; two Porsche 718 RSK 1500 for Behra-Scarlatti and Barth-Maglioli; one Maserati 200 S for Boffa-Govoni; three Osca 1500 for Davis-DeTomaso, Cabianca-Bordoni, Mantovani-Scarfiotti and several Osca MT4; more the debut of Vaccarella on his Lancia Aurelia B20.

Unfortunately, in practice Der Stephanian dies on his Ferrari GT! (second dead after Masetti in Targa history)

The forecast is to Ferrari-Porsche duel, indeed so it will be.

At finish, after more than 10 h and 37' Musso-Gendebien wins ahead Behra-Scarlatti and VonTrips-Hawthorn at 94,800 km/h average. ( the fast lap will be by Moss at 102,147 km/h)

 

 

1958%20%20Collins-P%20Hill.jpg

 

Peter Collins-Phil Hill Ferrari 250 TR (4°)

 

1958 Barth-Maglioli.jpg

 

Edgar Barth-Umberto Maglioli Porsche 718 RSK (ab.)

 

1958 Behra-Scarlatti.jpg

 

Jean Behra- Giorgio Scarlatti Porsche 718 RSK (2°)

 

1958 Moss-Brooks.jpg

 

the Aston Martin DBR 1 of Stirling Moss- Tony Brooks (ab.)

 

1958_Ferrari%20%20250T%20Musso-Gendebien.jpg

 

Luigi Musso-Olivier Gendebien Ferrari 250 TR (winners)

 

to be continued :jap:

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From Targa Florio thread:

 

1910%20Cariolato%20%20su%20Franco.jpg

 

Tullio Cariolato winner in 1910 on Franco 35/40 HP

 

1909%20Florio%20su%20Fiat.jpg

 

Vincenzo Florio 2° in 1909 on Fiat 50 HP (?)

 

1908%20V.%20Trucco%20su%20Isotta%20Fraschini.jpg

 

Vincenzo Trucco winner in 1908 on Isotta Fraschini 50 HP

 

1907%20Lancia%20su%20Fiat.jpg

 

Vincenzo Lancia 2° in 1907 on Fiat 28/40 HP

 

1907%20Hemery%20%20Mercedes%20150%20hp.jpg

 

Victor Hemery 26° in 1907 on Daimler 50 HP

 

1906%20Cagno.jpg

 

Alessandro Cagno first Targa winner in 1906 on Itala 35/40 HP

 

KINDNESS :jap:

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Here I am, dear friends to show other photos from Targa '58

 

1958%20%20Cabianca-Bordoni.jpg

 

Cabianca-Bordoni 5° on Osca 1500

 

1958 Hawthorn-VonTrips.jpg

 

Hawthorn-Von Trips 3° on Ferrari 250 TR

 

1958 Moss.jpg

 

Stirling Moss on Aston Martin DBR 1 (ab.)

 

1958%20Munaron-Seidel.jpg

 

Munaron-Seidel on Ferrari 250 TR (ab.)

 

1958 Collins-Moss-Hawthorn.jpg1..jpg

 

Collins-Moss-Hawthorn

 

1958 Beh-Scar.jpg

 

Giorgio Scarlatti and Jean Behra

 

to be continued :jap::jap:

 

 

 

 

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Happy days are 33vac is a new writing your wonderful forum, which I greatly appreciate it keeps alive the memory of our. Targa Florio.

My passion runs from 1963 to 1975, I do not have many pictures and then they always try new color especially, why give up the idea of joyful and passionate race.

Now I am looking for those of the Ford GT 40 Ford France; colour in the different sites I have not found.

It would have some?

Greetings.

33vac

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Now I have a new question:

I never seen any photo of the only Shelby Cobra 427 that ever raced at the Targa.

It should be #178 that run, for one lap only in 1966 event, driven by Ed Freutel and Tony Settember (USA).

Does anyone some notice and/or photos of that car?

Thanks in advance,

Miki

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Hello, I'm very glad with awakening of my friends; good collaboration ! :jap:

Now I can carry on '58 images

 

1958 Musso.jpg

 

Luigi Musso-Olivier Gendebien winners

 

1958 Pucci Von Ha.jpg

 

Antonio Pucci-Huscke Von Hanstein (6°) on Porsche 356

 

1958 Scarlatti-Behra.jpg

 

Giorgio Scarlatti-Jean Behra (at wheel) 2° on Porsche 718 RSK

 

1958 Munar-Seidel.jpg

 

Ferrari 250 TR of Wolfgang Seidel and Gino Munaron (ab.)

 

1958 Musso-Gendebien.jpg1..jpg

 

Musso-Gendebien

 

1958_Osca1500_Cabianca-Bordoni_5°.jpg

 

Giulio Cabianca-Franco Bordoni (5°) on Osca S 1500

 

to be continued :jap::jap:

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