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In 1965 Renault set up factories all over the world to build cars locally and skirt import tariffs. In Brazil, the company set up shop with Interlagos, and the cars were built under license by Willys Overland do Brasil S.A., the brand name being Willys Interlagos.

The Bulgarian operation was called Bulgaralpine, and the Mexican operation in Vallejo City was a tie-up With DINA (Diesel Nacional), dubbed Dinalpin.

Others were built in Spain, and of course, France. During this time of production the company was still owned by its founder, Jean Rédelé.

The French A110s were built in comparatively higher volumes, but the Dinalpins are much scarcer. Numbers are hard to come by, but an approximate total production of Alpines is 10,000 units, the last being built in 1978. It is believed that less than 1,000 examples of the Dinalpin were produced.

Below is an example of a 1969 Renault Dinalpin A110.

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1969 Renault Dinalpin A110.

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1969 Renault Dinalpin A110.

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1969 Renault Dinalpin A110.

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1969 Renault Dinalpin A110 emblem.

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1969 Renault Dinalpin A110 plaque.

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Dinalpin GT-4 ad. (source: Alpine Valencia)

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Dinalpin-Renault logo.

(source: Fantasy Junction)

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THE "1900's" BOOK.
Each decade seems to have its own stylistic language, and this issue showcases logos, ads, cars, companies and products (and their typographical sensibilities) from the early 1900s.

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