The factory certificate specifies that chassis 3052 with manufacturing number 423 is a customer competition version with light body and equipped with two petrol tanks. It had been delivered to the famous Corsican Pilot Pierre Orsini, his friend Amédée Gordini suggested to provide him a 1150 double overhead camshaft engine to participate do the Corsica Tour in November 1964 with number 94. This engine equipped at the time the Formula 3 and M63 prototypes, a genuine timepiece. The wizard used to rent his engines at each race, he assembled and disassembled the complete powertrain at the end of the round and insisted that his proper mechanists did the job and performed the assistance. The history of this nice and rare car is very clear and documented with all the various registration cards.
During its complete restoration at my workshop from Reims, the original body had been pickled and preserved, the initial configuration has scrupulously been respected and the engine type T55 was completely reconstructed at Ferry Developpement with original parts. This A110 Competition is today the only one known with this 125 horsepower Gordini double overhead camshaft engine. Provided with its Alpine Certificate, it is in exceptional condition as the day it showed up for its first run and ready to race again! Restoration folder and invoices, agreed value expertise, vintage photos, French registration papers.