The most important Argentinian sports car
The typical things that go wrong for a big car with a powerful engine, sometimes the base of the engine was moved and it makes things get out of order, but nothing seriously. And it's hard to coordinate the three Webber carburettors. And it used to drink fuel if I drove it at more that 180 Km/h.
Well, this is a lovely Argentinian car designed by Pininfarina in 1965, then, with some development of Oreste Berta won the Nürburgring 84 Hs of 1969, beating Porsche's, Capri's and Ferrari's.
The car is a little bit bigger, but still being lovely with the Jaeger dashboard and the Nardi Steering wheel.
IKA means Industrias Kaiser Argentina and was absorbed by Renault Argentina in 1981, so there were some Renault Torinos, but never the same as the 380w, they just made a big and comfortable car.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 11th November, 2003