Amedee Gordini tuned cars and competed in motor racing beginning in the 1930’s. His results prompted Simca (the French assembler of Fiat) to hire him for it’s motorsport program and to develop road cars.
Gordini later began a relationship with Renault as an engine tuner, entering Renault-Gordini cars at the 24 Hours of Le Mans between 1962 and 1969.
Gordini and Renault manufactured the Dauphine-Gordini, a modified variant of the Renault Dauphine, which was offered with a 4-speed transmission, four-wheel disc brakes and increased horsepower, performance tuned by Amedee Gordini.
This R1095 rear engine Dauphine-Gordini is equipped with a 4-speed manual transmission, tuned exhaust, 4-wheel disc brakes, and fitted with new Accelera tires and powder coated Gordini vented wheels.
As part of a recent restoration, this car received all new interior and was finished with European Rally graphics and Rally lights and is presented as it would have been raced in the Monte Carlo Rally back in the 60’s.
This car is ready to drive or for use in vintage road rallys.