The 356 Speedster appeared in September 1954 as a proposal for a captivating
sports car that could be used both on the streets and in weekend competitions.
With a lower windshield, shell-style seats and fitted curtains in place of the side
windows, the model stood out for its seductive lines and its surprising
performance results from a light and agile set. Considered among the best
recreations in the world, the Chamonix Speedster 356 A is manufactured with
the best in the technical field, allowing the driver to relive all the emotions of the
past without sacrificing safety and other modern conveniences.
|Engine||– 1.6 liters (two carburetors) 62 hp – 1.9 liters (fuel injection) 115 hp|
|Body||– Hand-laminated fiberglass with high durability|
|Gearbox||– 4-speed mechanical transmission|
|Chassis||– 3″ rouded tubes, 3 mm tick, epoxi paited, made by ATHOS|
|Suspension||– Semi-independent suspension front and rear|
|Specifications||– Wheel base: 2100 mm – Ground Clearance: 170 mm – Lenght: 3885 mm – Width: 1660 mm – Fuel tank capacity: 40 L – Total weight: 680 kg – Front Brake: Disc – Rear Brake: Drums – 15" Wheels – Tires: Pirelli Cinturato radial – Warranty: 1 year or 30,000 km (whichever comes first)|
|Standard Equipments||– Leather upholstered bucket seats – convertible top – 6 mm carpet – 3 point seat belts – painted wheels – VW 0-km mechanics|
|Optional Items||– For request with several options such as fog lights, leather straps, bumper claws, Nardi steering wheel, wooden buttons, main switch, sound preparation and much more|