8C relation to 4C

Someone was constantly trying to ‘update’ wikipedia with his opinion that an Alfa 4C is a successor to an Alfa 8C Competizione. After a long struggle to keep the vandal away, person in question tried even to find a ‘half-pint’ source to his ‘half-pint’ factual opinion.
Just because some journalist called a 4C half-pint successor to 8C Competizione does not make it so. Also an argument that some car is indirectly related to other just because they are both Alfa Romeo’s is a bit too weak.
My reply on wikipedia’s corresponding talk pages:

“Alfa 8C Competizione is not a predecessor to the 4C, directly nor indirectly. 8C is a V8 front engined, 2 seater, gran turismo, limited production. 4C is a carbon-tub, mid engined, 4 cyl, 2 seater sports car, mass produced. No reltion. And ‘indirectly’ every car is related to every other car. Please don’t change it again. ”
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Alfa_Romeo_8C_Competizione
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Alfa_Romeo_4C

Hope You all agree with this, factual, opinion

Ferrari Coupé bodies production at Pininfarina

This little thing was based on the Pininfarina production records and my deduction.

Ex:
1977
Produzione di 14.012 Fiat 124 Spider, 19 Fiat 130 Coupé, 478 Fiat Lancia Beta Montecarlo Cabrio, 740 Fiat Lancia Beta Montecarlo Coupé, 4.183 Alfa Romeo Spider, 1.006 Lancia Gamma Coupé, 163 Ferrari Coupé, 306 Peugeot Cabrio e 1.194 Peugeot Coupé, per un totale di 22.101 vetture.

I had a hard time figuring out what coupés this is about, the only data was production figures and years, nothing more. At first i thought about 308/328 range and Mondials, but… added 1985 to 1989 production and… came out 576, exactly the number of Ferrari 412 GT and Automatica combined! Coincidence? no… I retro engineered the 400i and 400 with same results, although the begin/end years were shared for both models, then I came upon year 1975 and earlier. What to do? Obviously 365 GT4 2+2, the precursor to 400/412 range, but what else? There was still years 1970-1972. There was only one Ferrari left: 365 GTC/4, but… I’m still left with almost 200 bodies accounted for but nor distributed.

Testarossa and 512 TR too gave some problems as their combined production was more than their combined body production. I imagine that 512 TR production was moved to Ferrari as F512 M was, to Pininfarina acounts, not bodied by Them, same with the other half of 456 GT.

I a meantime this table will be cut and distributed on wikipedia accordingly.

ferrari-production

Alfa 147, 156, 159, 166, GT production dates

Based on the earliest found VIN number to the last possible VIN number and their respective production dates.

Alfa 147

ZAR93700005000001
Vehicle: 03000173
Prod. date: 22/4/2000

ZAR93700003470450
Vehicle:   03651787
Prod. date: 28/5/2010

Alfa 156

ZAR93200000000003
Vehicle: 00000003
Prod. date: 10/12/1996
(confirmed by Centro Documentazione Alfa Romeo)

ZAR93200001396866
Veicolo:   00673963
Data prod.: 27/2/2007 (Crosswagon)

Alfa 166

ZAR93600000000003
Vehicle: 5
Prod. date: 31/10/1996

ZAR93600000101188
Vehicle: 99969
Prod. date: 30/6/2007

Alfa 159

ZAR93900007000110
Vehicle:   00000054
Manuf. date: 5/8/2004
(confirmed by Centro Documentazione Alfa Romeo)

ZAR93900007292065
Vehicle:   07248564
Prod. date: 30/11/2011

Alfa GT

ZAR93700005121011
Vehicle: 00000597
Prod. date: 28/11/2003

ZAR93700003470444
Vehicle: 00080743
Prod. date: 16/6/2010

Respective information was updated to wikipedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfa_Romeo_147
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfa_Romeo_156
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfa_Romeo_166
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfa_Romeo_159
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfa_Romeo_GT