The Alpine A108 was a light-weight glass-fibre bodied, rear-engined two-door coupé produced by Jean Rédélé. It replaced the Alpine A106 and was based on mechanical components from the Renault Dauphine.
The rare A108 was launched in autumn 1957 at the Paris Motor Show and used the Gordini version of the 845 cc engine fitted in the Dauphine.
1960 saw the introduction of an A108 cabriolet and a 2+2 coupé named GT4. These were slightly longer than the original and featured a newly developed chassis with the beams at each end supporting cradles which carried respectively the engine at the rear and the steering mechanism at the front.
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