1972 Alfa Romeo Montreal

Alfa Romeo Montreal

1972

1972 Alfa Romeo Montreal

The Alfa Romeo Montreal was a prototype showcased at the 1967 Montreal Expo in Canada but when it was made into a production car in the seventies, it was never imported to North America. It is the only V8 powered vintage Alfa and mated with a ZF five speed gearbox that produces a very capable high speed touring car for America’s open roads.

Exterior: Black

Interior: Black

The Montreal is the most exotic production automobile that Alfa Romeo ever built. The engine is a detuned version of the four-cam fuel-injected dry sump V8 from the legendary T33 racer mated with a 5-speed ZF transmission, disc brakes, and a chassis derived from the 105-series cars. The styling by Giorgietto Giugiaro (while he was working at Bertone) was both striking and aerodynamic. The Alfa Montreal has many similarities to a Lamborghini Miura SV, both of which were bodied by Bertone.

This particular car is in excellent overall condition; the black paint has no flaws and complements a very straight body with excellent panel fit. The black interior is like new with cloth inserts on the seats. All the stainless bumpers and trim pieces are in very good condition. There is no evidence anywhere on the body or underside that the car has ever been in an accident or had any rust repair. The engine has been recently serviced and runs very strong and the transmisson is very precise. The suspension, tires, brakes, and exhaust are all in very good shape.

All the gauges and switches work properly and the custom decal on the speedometer allows the driver to see the speed in both kilometers or miles per hour. The engine compartment is correct and close to show quality in appearance. The storage area and spare match the condition of the rest of the car.

For more information on the design and development of the Alfa Romeo Montreal, please see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfa_Romeo_Montreal

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