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https://plus.google.com/112239932916610032979 Tracy Huebner : On this day: At 26th January of 1980, the Renault 5 Turbo was introduced at the Brussels Motor Show...
On this day:
At 26th January of 1980, the Renault 5 Turbo was introduced at the Brussels Motor Show.

The Renault 5 Turbo or R5 Turbo is a high-performance hatchback automobile launched by the French manufacturer Renault. The Renault 5 Turbo was available in two versions, for racing competitions and street-legal. The rally version of Renault 5 Turbo recorded important wins in its history, including the first place in the Monte Carlo Rally. Moreover, the vehicle was ranked in 2004 the 9th Top Sport Cars of the 1980s by Sports Car International.

While many enthusiasts associate the Volkswagen Golf GTI with the birth of the hot hatchback craze (overlooking, of course, the Mini Cooper and Cooper S models), the European launch of the Renault 5 Alpine (briefly) preceded the 1976 launch of the VW GTI. Like the Volkswagen, the original Renault 5 Alpine featured a normally-aspirated four-cylinder engine, mounted in a front-wheel drive platform with a suspension tuned for handling over ride comfort. 
The Renault’s 1.4-liter four-cylinder engine received hemispherical heads, further blessed with a crossflow design, and output was rated at a modest 92hp. From these humble beginnings, however, would spring one of the most memorable cars of the 1980s.

In 1977, Renault began building a car for its return to World Rally Championship competition, as it had been absent from the series since taking the 1973 title with an Alpine-Renault A110. As the bulk of the automaker’s 1977 motorsport budget was consumed by its Formula 1 efforts, the decision was made to base the new rally car on the production Renault 5 Alpine hatchback. For improved handling, the car’s front-engine, front-drive layout was scrapped for a mid-engine, rear-drive layout that positioned the engine and gearbox longitudinally, behind the front seats. To avoid the expense of building a separate chassis, the decision was made to retain the Renault 5′s basic platform, but to strengthen the rear of the car’s chassis to cope with the repositioned engine.

To increase output, the 1.4-liter four-cylinder engine received Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection, a transistorized ignition and a single Garrett T3 turbocharger with an air-to-air intercooler. The net result was 158hp in road-going variants, and significantly more in race-prepped examples. To cope with the added strain, the engine also received a strengthened crankshaft, a revised head gasket, a new oil pump and brass valve guides.

The Renault 5′s front double-wishbone suspension was retained, but the rear suspension was the double-wishbone and coil-spring setup found on the Alpine-Renault A310. Oversize rear wheels, shod with 225mm Michelin tires, required the use of exaggerated rear fenders, equipped with large intakes to flow air to the engine and radiators. While the car may have looked a bit odd, its performance was nothing to laugh at, even in a mild state of tune. Early road tests reported a 0-60 MPH time as low as 7.1 seconds, on the way to a claimed top speed of 125 MPH. As for handling, most reviewers claimed that the new R5 Turbo, as the car was affectionately known, cornered like a go kart.

Renault’s initial plan was to produce 400 road-going examples, the minimum needed for homologation purposes. When the car was revealed to the public at the 1980 Brussels Motor Show, however, Renault was surprised to see the level of customer interest in its narrowly-focused race car for the street. In the car’s first three production years, the Dieppe, France, Alpine factory produced 1,820 R5 Turbos, though it isn’t clear how many examples wound up wearing registration plates instead of competition numbers.

To further exploit the popularity of the R5 Turbo, the automaker introduced a revised, lower-cost version called the R5 Turbo 2 for the 1983 model year. While original Turbo models generally used lighter aluminum components for the roof, doors and hatch, as well as a unique dashboard and instrumentation, the Turbo 2 relied on the Renault 5′s steel roof, doors and hatch, as well as most of its interior components. The drivetrains in both versions were identical, although the fuel tank in Turbo 2 models was reportedly lower in capacity. The changes lowered the car’s cost and simplified production, but had no significant impact on performance despite the Turbo 2′s added weight. As a result, sales increased dramatically from 445 units of the R5 Turbo in 1982 to 1,345 units of the R5 Turbo 2 in 1983.

Though racing was the raison d’etre behind the R5 Turbo’s development, all variants achieved only modest success in World Rally Championship competition, racking up just four victories (but significantly more stage wins) from 1981 though 1986. Early competition models produced 178 horsepower, but by 1984 the Renault R5 Maxi Turbo put out as much as 345 horsepower from its turbocharged 1.5-liter engine. 

Alpine factory records show that both variants were built from 1984 through the end of production in 1985, although Turbo 2 models were constructed in significantly higher quantities. In total, some 5,007 examples were produced, with a limited number finding their way to customers in the United States.

On dirt or gravel rally stages, their mid-engine, rear drive layout and pronounced turbo lag proved challenging to master, even for veteran drivers. As all-wheel-drive Group B rally cars became more common, the R5 Turbo proved less and less competitive against rivals with better traction. It’s worth noting that the R5 wasn’t just a one-trick competition pony, however, as the car was also campaigned in numerous road racing series throughout Europe in the 1980s.

Today, the R5 Turbo and Turbo 2 retain a dedicated following, and low-mileage examples turn up on a somewhat regular basis. As a purpose-built sports car, the Renault doesn’t make a practical or comfortable daily driver, and is best thought of as a “special occasion” car. For those with a nostalgia for all things from the 1980s, and blessed with access to winding roads (or better, a nearby racetrack), the Renault R5 Turbo variants offer a satisfying addition to the garage. 

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#Cars  #ClassicCars
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On this day:
At 26th January of 1980, the Renault 5 Turbo was introduced at the Brussels Motor Show.

The Renault 5 Turbo or R5 Turbo is a high-performance hatchback automobile launched by the French manufacturer Renault. The Renault 5 Turbo was available in two versions, for racing competitions and street-legal. The rally version of Renault 5 Turbo recorded important wins in its history, including the first place in the Monte Carlo Rally. Moreover, the vehicle was ranked in 2004 the 9th Top Sport Cars of the 1980s by Sports Car International.

While many enthusiasts associate the Volkswagen Golf GTI with the birth of the hot hatchback craze (overlooking, of course, the Mini Cooper and Cooper S models), the European launch of the Renault 5 Alpine (briefly) preceded the 1976 launch of the VW GTI. Like the Volkswagen, the original Renault 5 Alpine featured a normally-aspirated four-cylinder engine, mounted in a front-wheel drive platform with a suspension tuned for handling over ride comfort. 
The Renault’s 1.4-liter four-cylinder engine received hemispherical heads, further blessed with a crossflow design, and output was rated at a modest 92hp. From these humble beginnings, however, would spring one of the most memorable cars of the 1980s.

In 1977, Renault began building a car for its return to World Rally Championship competition, as it had been absent from the series since taking the 1973 title with an Alpine-Renault A110. As the bulk of the automaker’s 1977 motorsport budget was consumed by its Formula 1 efforts, the decision was made to base the new rally car on the production Renault 5 Alpine hatchback. For improved handling, the car’s front-engine, front-drive layout was scrapped for a mid-engine, rear-drive layout that positioned the engine and gearbox longitudinally, behind the front seats. To avoid the expense of building a separate chassis, the decision was made to retain the Renault 5′s basic platform, but to strengthen the rear of the car’s chassis to cope with the repositioned engine.

To increase output, the 1.4-liter four-cylinder engine received Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection, a transistorized ignition and a single Garrett T3 turbocharger with an air-to-air intercooler. The net result was 158hp in road-going variants, and significantly more in race-prepped examples. To cope with the added strain, the engine also received a strengthened crankshaft, a revised head gasket, a new oil pump and brass valve guides.

The Renault 5′s front double-wishbone suspension was retained, but the rear suspension was the double-wishbone and coil-spring setup found on the Alpine-Renault A310. Oversize rear wheels, shod with 225mm Michelin tires, required the use of exaggerated rear fenders, equipped with large intakes to flow air to the engine and radiators. While the car may have looked a bit odd, its performance was nothing to laugh at, even in a mild state of tune. Early road tests reported a 0-60 MPH time as low as 7.1 seconds, on the way to a claimed top speed of 125 MPH. As for handling, most reviewers claimed that the new R5 Turbo, as the car was affectionately known, cornered like a go kart.

Renault’s initial plan was to produce 400 road-going examples, the minimum needed for homologation purposes. When the car was revealed to the public at the 1980 Brussels Motor Show, however, Renault was surprised to see the level of customer interest in its narrowly-focused race car for the street. In the car’s first three production years, the Dieppe, France, Alpine factory produced 1,820 R5 Turbos, though it isn’t clear how many examples wound up wearing registration plates instead of competition numbers.

To further exploit the popularity of the R5 Turbo, the automaker introduced a revised, lower-cost version called the R5 Turbo 2 for the 1983 model year. While original Turbo models generally used lighter aluminum components for the roof, doors and hatch, as well as a unique dashboard and instrumentation, the Turbo 2 relied on the Renault 5′s steel roof, doors and hatch, as well as most of its interior components. The drivetrains in both versions were identical, although the fuel tank in Turbo 2 models was reportedly lower in capacity. The changes lowered the car’s cost and simplified production, but had no significant impact on performance despite the Turbo 2′s added weight. As a result, sales increased dramatically from 445 units of the R5 Turbo in 1982 to 1,345 units of the R5 Turbo 2 in 1983.

Though racing was the raison d’etre behind the R5 Turbo’s development, all variants achieved only modest success in World Rally Championship competition, racking up just four victories (but significantly more stage wins) from 1981 though 1986. Early competition models produced 178 horsepower, but by 1984 the Renault R5 Maxi Turbo put out as much as 345 horsepower from its turbocharged 1.5-liter engine. 

Alpine factory records show that both variants were built from 1984 through the end of production in 1985, although Turbo 2 models were constructed in significantly higher quantities. In total, some 5,007 examples were produced, with a limited number finding their way to customers in the United States.

On dirt or gravel rally stages, their mid-engine, rear drive layout and pronounced turbo lag proved challenging to master, even for veteran drivers. As all-wheel-drive Group B rally cars became more common, the R5 Turbo proved less and less competitive against rivals with better traction. It’s worth noting that the R5 wasn’t just a one-trick competition pony, however, as the car was also campaigned in numerous road racing series throughout Europe in the 1980s.

Today, the R5 Turbo and Turbo 2 retain a dedicated following, and low-mileage examples turn up on a somewhat regular basis. As a purpose-built sports car, the Renault doesn’t make a practical or comfortable daily driver, and is best thought of as a “special occasion” car. For those with a nostalgia for all things from the 1980s, and blessed with access to winding roads (or better, a nearby racetrack), the Renault R5 Turbo variants offer a satisfying addition to the garage. 

#Renault  #Renault5Turbo
#Cars  #ClassicCars
#Onthisday  #SportsCars
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https://plus.google.com/104153292881404182920 80s Old School 4 Life : On this day: At 26th January of 1980, the Renault 5 Turbo was introduced at the Brussels Motor Show...
On this day:
At 26th January of 1980, the Renault 5 Turbo was introduced at the Brussels Motor Show.

The Renault 5 Turbo or R5 Turbo is a high-performance hatchback automobile launched by the French manufacturer Renault. The Renault 5 Turbo was available in two versions, for racing competitions and street-legal. The rally version of Renault 5 Turbo recorded important wins in its history, including the first place in the Monte Carlo Rally. Moreover, the vehicle was ranked in 2004 the 9th Top Sport Cars of the 1980s by Sports Car International.

While many enthusiasts associate the Volkswagen Golf GTI with the birth of the hot hatchback craze (overlooking, of course, the Mini Cooper and Cooper S models), the European launch of the Renault 5 Alpine (briefly) preceded the 1976 launch of the VW GTI. Like the Volkswagen, the original Renault 5 Alpine featured a normally-aspirated four-cylinder engine, mounted in a front-wheel drive platform with a suspension tuned for handling over ride comfort. 
The Renault’s 1.4-liter four-cylinder engine received hemispherical heads, further blessed with a crossflow design, and output was rated at a modest 92hp. From these humble beginnings, however, would spring one of the most memorable cars of the 1980s.

In 1977, Renault began building a car for its return to World Rally Championship competition, as it had been absent from the series since taking the 1973 title with an Alpine-Renault A110. As the bulk of the automaker’s 1977 motorsport budget was consumed by its Formula 1 efforts, the decision was made to base the new rally car on the production Renault 5 Alpine hatchback. For improved handling, the car’s front-engine, front-drive layout was scrapped for a mid-engine, rear-drive layout that positioned the engine and gearbox longitudinally, behind the front seats. To avoid the expense of building a separate chassis, the decision was made to retain the Renault 5′s basic platform, but to strengthen the rear of the car’s chassis to cope with the repositioned engine.

To increase output, the 1.4-liter four-cylinder engine received Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection, a transistorized ignition and a single Garrett T3 turbocharger with an air-to-air intercooler. The net result was 158hp in road-going variants, and significantly more in race-prepped examples. To cope with the added strain, the engine also received a strengthened crankshaft, a revised head gasket, a new oil pump and brass valve guides.

The Renault 5′s front double-wishbone suspension was retained, but the rear suspension was the double-wishbone and coil-spring setup found on the Alpine-Renault A310. Oversize rear wheels, shod with 225mm Michelin tires, required the use of exaggerated rear fenders, equipped with large intakes to flow air to the engine and radiators. While the car may have looked a bit odd, its performance was nothing to laugh at, even in a mild state of tune. Early road tests reported a 0-60 MPH time as low as 7.1 seconds, on the way to a claimed top speed of 125 MPH. As for handling, most reviewers claimed that the new R5 Turbo, as the car was affectionately known, cornered like a go kart.

Renault’s initial plan was to produce 400 road-going examples, the minimum needed for homologation purposes. When the car was revealed to the public at the 1980 Brussels Motor Show, however, Renault was surprised to see the level of customer interest in its narrowly-focused race car for the street. In the car’s first three production years, the Dieppe, France, Alpine factory produced 1,820 R5 Turbos, though it isn’t clear how many examples wound up wearing registration plates instead of competition numbers.

To further exploit the popularity of the R5 Turbo, the automaker introduced a revised, lower-cost version called the R5 Turbo 2 for the 1983 model year. While original Turbo models generally used lighter aluminum components for the roof, doors and hatch, as well as a unique dashboard and instrumentation, the Turbo 2 relied on the Renault 5′s steel roof, doors and hatch, as well as most of its interior components. The drivetrains in both versions were identical, although the fuel tank in Turbo 2 models was reportedly lower in capacity. The changes lowered the car’s cost and simplified production, but had no significant impact on performance despite the Turbo 2′s added weight. As a result, sales increased dramatically from 445 units of the R5 Turbo in 1982 to 1,345 units of the R5 Turbo 2 in 1983.

Though racing was the raison d’etre behind the R5 Turbo’s development, all variants achieved only modest success in World Rally Championship competition, racking up just four victories (but significantly more stage wins) from 1981 though 1986. Early competition models produced 178 horsepower, but by 1984 the Renault R5 Maxi Turbo put out as much as 345 horsepower from its turbocharged 1.5-liter engine. 

Alpine factory records show that both variants were built from 1984 through the end of production in 1985, although Turbo 2 models were constructed in significantly higher quantities. In total, some 5,007 examples were produced, with a limited number finding their way to customers in the United States.

On dirt or gravel rally stages, their mid-engine, rear drive layout and pronounced turbo lag proved challenging to master, even for veteran drivers. As all-wheel-drive Group B rally cars became more common, the R5 Turbo proved less and less competitive against rivals with better traction. It’s worth noting that the R5 wasn’t just a one-trick competition pony, however, as the car was also campaigned in numerous road racing series throughout Europe in the 1980s.

Today, the R5 Turbo and Turbo 2 retain a dedicated following, and low-mileage examples turn up on a somewhat regular basis. As a purpose-built sports car, the Renault doesn’t make a practical or comfortable daily driver, and is best thought of as a “special occasion” car. For those with a nostalgia for all things from the 1980s, and blessed with access to winding roads (or better, a nearby racetrack), the Renault R5 Turbo variants offer a satisfying addition to the garage. 

#Renault  #Renault5Turbo
#Cars  #ClassicCars
#Onthisday  #SportsCars
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The body is in excellent shape, the interior is very clean and the paint looks good as well, showing no major scratches or paint chips. We just changed the oil and filter, checked all other fluids, installed a tie rod end, radius arm bushings, alignment and had the Virginia Safety Inspection completed, ready for a new owner.

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The Santa Cruz rocks an environmentally friendly 2.0-liter turbo diesel powertrain with 190 hp and 300 lb.-ft. of torque.
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In 1997, Lingenfelter teamed up with Hurst to offer a limited edition production run of the Hurst Firebird by Lingenfelter. The Hurst Firebirds were produced for the 1997 LT1 and the 1998 LS1 model years, with 9 produced in 1997 and 10 in 1998.

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Heavy duty dual valve springs with titanium retainers
Lingenfelter 3 ½” aluminum driveshaft
Hurst shifter
Shorty headers
Borla cat-back exhaust
Michelin tires & 17×9 Gold tinted aluminum wheels

Advertised at 350 Horsepower

The exterior was a black and gold paint scheme with Lingenfelter Hurst/Firebird emblems and ground effects package. The interior head rests and floor mats are embroidered and the car comes with a dash plaque, alarm, and custom car cover.
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https://plus.google.com/110334128853889325349 Peak Cars Bozeman : All-wheel drive, 3.0L DOHC 225HP 6-cylinder, 5-speed automatic, nearly new Michelin tires, all power...

All-wheel drive, 3.0L DOHC 225HP 6-cylinder, 5-speed automatic, nearly new Michelin tires, all power options, navigation, power glass moonroof, regularly serviced at BMW dealership, one owner SoCal SUV, 93k

$10900

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2002 BMW X5 3.0i | Peak Cars | Bozeman, MT Used Cars
2002 BMW X5 3.0i | Peak Cars | Bozeman, MT Used Cars
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https://plus.google.com/111914220980363604636 Midco Sales : Midco Sales just acquired a 2002 Landoll 660 traveling axle trailer.  This used Landoll measures 53′...
Midco Sales just acquired a 2002 Landoll 660 traveling axle trailer.  This used Landoll measures 53′ x 102″ and has hydraulic sliding axles, a 20k winch, air ride suspension and Michelin tires.

2002 Landoll 660 Traveling Axle

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