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Alpine was a French manufacturer of racing and sports cars which used rear mounted Renault engines. The company was founded by Jean Rédélé in 1952 in Dieppe. The first serial model, Alpine A106 appeared in 1956. Over time, Alpine was little by little absorbed by Renault. Alpine became a world rally champion in 1973 with its most famous model, the Alpine A110 (aka "Berlinette").
- Alpine A-210
- Alpine A-220
- Alpine A-440
- Alpine A-441
- Alpine A-442
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