Chevrolet - Cosworth chevrolet Vega
Chevrolet vega Cosworth 1975
nummer 0221
Goede gave conditie
staat jaren stil, gave body
super compleet
met 4 webers Hutton performance
ned kenteken
Zwart met wit interieur slechts 6% van cosworth (totale productie3508 stuks!!!) was met wit interieur
The Chevrolet Cosworth Vega is a subcompact four-passenger automobile produced by Chevrolet for the 1975 and 1976 model years. It is a limited-production version of the Chevrolet Vega, with higher performance.

Chevrolet developed the car's all-aluminum inline-four 122 cu in (1,999 cc) engine, and British company Cosworth Engineering designed the DOHC cylinder head. 5,000 engines were built.

3,508 cars were made. They were priced $900 below the 1975 Chevrolet Corvette.[1]

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Racing origin
Known at Cosworth Engineering as Project EA, a Cosworth racing engine based on the Vega aluminum block produced a reported 260 hp (190 kW) and powered Chevron and Lola race cars to wins in the 2-liter class in their first outings. The ZO9 Cosworth Vega engine is a de-tuned version. Bore, stroke and valve sizes are identical but it lacks the EA engine’s dry sump lubricating system (unnecessary in a street use car), has a lower compression ratio and different valve timing, and uses Bendix electronic fuel injection instead of Lucas mechanical injection to cope with a wider range of operating conditions as well as emission controls.[2]
€ 6950