The Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale is a mid-engined sports car built in only 18 examples by Italian car maker Alfa Romeo from 1967 through 1969. The ‘Stradale’ is a term often used by Italian car manufactures to indicate a street-legal variant of a racing car. Based on Autodelta Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 racer made its first debut at the 1967 Turin Motor Show. It was built by Carrozzeria Marazzi and designed by Franco Scaglione. The early versions of the car featured twin headlights and it was the first production vehicle to feature butterfly doors. The 2-litre V8 fitted in the 33 Stradale was derived from the racing model although, it was different in few details including the 4-chain driven camshafts as opposed to gear driven ones. With the rev limit of 10,000 rpm, the engine produced 230bhp and allowed the car to reach the top speed of 160mph and accelerate to 60mph in 5.5 seconds.