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1967 Trans-Am Alfa Romeo GTAs

1967 Trans-Am Alfa Romeo GTAs 1.1

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These replicas are a pair of Alfa Romeo GTAs campaigned by Horst Kwech (3) and Monty Winkler (6) for Knauz Continental Auto during the 1967 SCCA Trans-Am Series (Under 2-Litre Class). This is for the standard AC ks_alfa_romeo_gta.

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Kwech prepped these RHD Alfas from his own shop AUSCA out of Lake Forest, Illinois. The tri-color livery is pretty unique, and was occasionally complimented by either twin green marker stripes or a yellow section on the fenders to indicate between the two cars. However, the placement of decals, markings, etc. was hardly consistent, so the cars often changed appearance quite radically from race to race. My aim was to capture the best of each example, the #3 car wearing Kwech's Australian Kangaroo motif and sleek fender stripes, and the #6 car wearing more distinctive yellow markings and Campagnolos.

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Although these cars seem more obscure compared to Kwech's later GTAs and GTVs, I felt these were unique and deserved some attention.

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Today there is one vintage GT racing car wearing the livery of #3, campaigned in the Pacific Northwest. However, I wanted to tackle some historically accurate skins to compliment the big-bore Trans-Am cars already available to download and run within Asseto Corsa. So please check these out, and add them to your vintage racing collection!

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  1. '67 Trans-Am Alfa update (#3 stripe fix)

    Finalization to #3, extending nose stripe, whose layer had previously been invisible...

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I like all your work !
Great liverys.
Thank you ;)
I love them! always good to see someone bringing up a bit of history, too!
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