The Bricklin used an AMC 360 for 1974, and changed to a Ford 351W for 1975 (less HP). It was produced about 8 years before the Delorean.
Bricklin SV-1 specs
|Curb weight||1616 kg (3563 lbs)|
|Power||223 ps (220 bhp / 164 kw)|
|Torque||427 Nm (315 lb-ft)|
|Power / weight||138 ps (136 bhp) / t|
|Torque / weight||264 Nm (195 lb-ft) / t|
|Layout||front engine, rear wheel drive|
Flyamerican 6y ago
Shaggy 6y ago
Looks like a cross between a DeLorean DMC 12, a Ferrari 308, and a Datsun 240 Z.
Deeznuts 6y ago
Looks like deez nuts built with shit canadian shit shit shit shit shit shit shit shit shit shit shit shit shit shit IF you haven't noticed. Not a single **** was given ;]
Bijan 9y ago
@ Fangio Man : Agree with you about DeLorean and earn some money , nice .
Fangio Man 9y ago
Looks like DeLorean tried to copy a Ferrari to earn some money!
FAT ANGEL 9y ago
How many house bricks did they use, too build each BRICKlin , anybody know ?
Mental 9y ago
The same story as with the DeLorean.
I love the way how this thing looks. Kinda a mixture of the classic Ferrari 328 and Vette C4. Very nice! But damn.. again.. technically - the same fail. Crap! It uses a Camaro engine, so what's a problem? 220 hp for 1975 - very good, 427 Nm - just perfect! 1616 kg was a moderate amount, so what the hell with this car? Oh, that's a shame... but could a legendary North American sportscar, in the same league as the Vette was...
Shaggy 9y ago
The displacement is 5.7 liters, 350 cubic inches. I don't like it either.
Mach-1 10y ago
LOL, this thing gets owned by a mid-80's IROC 5.7 which has identical power and pretty close in weight.
Inline 6 rules 12y ago
LOL! Epic fail! Check this:
Anonymous 13y ago
Wow did they ever try to copy a ferrari!