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General data  
Year/s of production 1965                            
First Race 1000 km of Monza, 25 April 1965
VIN 0834
Number produced 1
Design Pininfarina
Manufactured by Piero Drogo
   
Technical specifications  
Chassis 573 – Tube frame
Length 3820 mm
Width 1570 mm
Height 960 mm
Wheelbase 2280 mm
Front suspension Independent wheel suspension, double wishbones, coil springs, hydraulic telescope shock absorbers, anti-roll bar
Rear suspension Independent wheel suspension, double wishbones, coil springs, hydraulic telescope shock absorbers, anti-roll bar
Front track 166 P: 1350 mm 206 P: 1392 mm
Rear track 166 P: 1350 mm 206 P: 1414 mm
Front tyres 5,5 x 13 in., alloy rims, 5-star design, central locking – three prongs
Rear tyres 6,5 x 13 in., alloy rims, 5-star design, central locking – three prongs
Front brakes Dunlop ventilated disc brakes
Rear brakes Dunlop ventilated disc brakes
Kerb weight Approx. 586 kg
Body material Aluminium
Body type Berlinetta, later converted to 206 P Spyder
   
Engine  
Type 231 – Rocchi mid-engine, longitudinal installed
Number of cylinders V6 – 65°
Displacement 166 P: 1592,56 ccm 206 P: 1986,61 ccm
Bore and stroke 166 P: 77 x 57 mm 206 P: 86 x 57 mm
Camshaft 2 overhead per cylinder bank
Valves 2 per cylinder
Compression ratio 9,8:1
Ignition Double ignition
Lubrication Dry sump
Maximum power 166 P: approx. 180 hp – 9.000 rpm  206 P: 205 hp – 8.800 rpm
Maximum torque -
Carburettor 166 P: 3 Weber twin carburettors, type 38 DCN 206 P: 3 Weber twin carburettors, type 40 DCN
Gearbox 5 gears + rev.
   
Performance  
Top speed Approx. 260 km/h
 

Good to know:

Racing history:

  • 25.04.1965: 1000 km of Monza: Race drivers: Giancarlo Baghetti/Gianpiero Biscaldi, no 53, retired/engine trouble
  • 23.05.1965: 1000 km Nurburgring: Race drivers: Lorenzo Bundini/Nino Vaccarella, no 31, 4th place
  • Beginning of 1966: Most likely converted to a „normal” 206 S
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