This Alfa Romeo 155 Q4 was delivered new to a Mr Luigi Cortinouis of Serina, Italy on 27th October 1992. The original service booklet can be found in the factory wallet with supporting manuals. The original service book has four stamps up to 32,000 kilometres. Having resided in such a dry climate, the bodywork has not gone the way of so many UK supplied Alfa Romeos. The paint is in good condition and the car presents very well, with a general sense of originality. The odometer is reading only 56,647 kilometres. Judging by the condition of the bodywork and superb interior, we believe this to be genuine.
The Alfa Romeo 155 Q4 was a very limited production model. It featured a 2.0 litre Garrett T3 turbocharged engine and a permanent four-wheel drive powertrain that was derived from the rally bred Lancia Delta Integrale. It was the fastest of all the road-going 155 models. The four-wheel drive system comprises of three differentials, a conventional one at the front, a central epicyclical unit and a Torsen self-locking differential at the rear. On the road this translates into rally car driving and handling characteristics, with a 47/53 distribution of power favouring spirited corner ta
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