By Pete Vack
On one hand, there is nothing quite so French as the Alpine.
The Alpine A110
On the other, there is something about the Alpine that lures the Italian car enthusiast to the make, yet not quite sure of what to think of it. Perhaps a sort of a French Abarth; tiny, with a light, tight attractive body, a superb overall design hiding or at least diminishing the prominent proprietary power plant hanging well south of the rear axle, an affectation most notably best-conceived for the Simca Abarths or perhaps the 1000 Monomille.
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