Many thanks to Uli for sending this scan along to me - I really appreciate it. I spent some time looking over the article this weekend and looking at the car - I really like it (alot) clean, simple. I really like the way the car is set up in terms of the suspension height and rake - makes me wonder what they were using for suspension springs ? - I haven't ever seen an ALPINA catalogue from that period so I have no idea if they were making their own then or not. If I got it right this was their "spezialmotor" 160PS, 45mm webers, 300 deg. sport cam, and I believe 10.5:1 CR pistons which I am guessing were forged ("schmiedekolben") hemispherical domed type. The car also had of course, a close ratio 5sp. transmission, limited slip differential, bilstein shocks on all four corners (fronts assumed to be the insert type - precursor to the "red dot" strut), extra gauges, ALPINA 3-spoke steering wheel, Recaro shell buck driver's seat and a very cool Recaro (something) for the passenger. Last but not least - the wheels? What are they ?- very cool (5.5x13" somethings), never seen these before, remind me of an sort of wavy version of a Porsche 911s mag alloy. Going to have to build one of these for myself - I decided. Performance wise 0-100km (62.5mph) 7.0, half a second faster than a 1969 Porsche 911s - awesome. Thanks again Uli.