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Alfa Romeo 2300

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The Alfa Romeo 2300 is a Brazilian luxury sedan that was produced by FNM from 1974 to 1978, and by Fiat from 1978 to 1986. The general look of the new car was very similar to that of the Italian built Alfetta sedan, designed by Giuseppe Scarnati and first offered in Europe in 1972, although the Brazilian car was actually 15 inches longer and 3 inches wider than the Alfetta. Under the skin, the 2300 was based technically on the older Alfa Romeo 1900. The gear box of the 2300 was conventionally located adjacent to the engine and not (as with the Alfetta) across the rear axle. Like its Brazilian predecessor, the FNM 2000, the 2300 featured a four cylinder twin camshaft engine, now of 2,310 cc with a claimed output of 140 HP. A maximum speed of 105 M.P.H. was claimed. For the 1985 model year the 2300 was renamed as "Alfa Romeo 85". This model was supposedly manufactured until November 1986, although a final 245 Alfa Romeos were built in Brazil in 1987.

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