This 1973 Alfa Romeo Montreal is an excellent original car that could use minor cosmetics. Orange with black interior. An overall solid, straight, and honest car that's not to be missed for only $46,500
1972 Alfa Romeo Montreal 1972 Alfa Romeo Montreal in stunning orange with grey seats and black interior. Comes equipped with a 5 speed manual transmission, air conditioning, power windows and includes the jack and spare tire. Very presentable. Highly collectible. For $51,500 If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.
Year of construction 1972 color arancio metallizzato leather nero Coachwork by Bertone 5 speed ZF gearbox one of only 3924 examples built good overall condition price 69.500,- EUR
1970 Alfa Romeo Montreal 1970 Alfa Romeo Montreal in grey with black interior with beige corduroy inserts. Stunning collectible. Equipped with a 5 speed manual transmission, air conditioning, power windows and Campagnolo wheels. Excellent find with lots of potential. An authentic Italian sports car that just came out of storage. For $32,500 If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.
Lowered price from €90.000 -> €82.500 The Alfa Romeo Montreal was introduced as a concept car introduced at the 1967 International and Universal Exhibition, held in Montreal, Canada. Originally, the concept cars were displayed without any model name, but the public took to calling it The Montreal. It was a 2+2 coupe using the 1600 cc engine of the Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti and the chassis of the Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT, with a body designed by Marcello Gandini at Bertone. One of the two concept cars built for Expo 67 is displayed in the Alfa Romeo Historical Museum in Arese, Italy, while the other is in museum storage. The first production car, Tipo 10564, was shown at the 1970 Geneva Motor Show and was quite different from the original, using a 2593 cc 90° dry-sump lubricated V8 engine with SPICA (Società Pompe Iniezione Cassani & Affini) fuel injection that produced around 200 PS coupled to a five-speed ZF manual gearbox and a limited-slip differential. This engine was derived from the 2-litre V8 used in the 33 Stradale and in the Tipo 33 sports prototype racer; its redline was set at 7000 rpm, unheard of for a V8 at that time. The chassis and running gear of the production Montre
--Rare “Grigio Escoli” truly White in appearance with only a hint of Grey with Black cloths seats and Grey carpeting, 5-speed manual, 59,000 Original Kilometers (37,000 Original miles) from new, Only two owners from 1973 to 2013. Alfa Romeo contracted Bertone to design an innovative new sports car in 1967 to reveal to the world at the Expo 67 World's Fair in Montreal. Penned by Marcello Gandini, who created the iconic Miura just one year before, the concept featured innovative side gills and retractable slotted headlight shades on a classic, flowing shape. This sleek, unnamed coupe was met with much acclaim and began to be colloquially referred to as the Alfa Romeo Montreal. Three years later, Alfa debuted the Alfa Romeo Montreal as a production model at the 1970 Geneva Auto Salon. While strikingly similar stylistically to the Expo 67 concept, the production model abandoned the Giulia's four-cylinder for a high-revving quad-cam V8 based on the 2.0 liter Tipo 33 Stradale engine. This 90° dry-sump V8 redlined at 7,000 rpm and brought this stylish coupe to 60 mph from a standstill in 7.1 seconds, and on to a top speed of nearly 140 mph. While the Montreal offers blistering performance
1975 ALFA ROMEO MONTREAL Stylish, elegant and distinctive, the Montreal derived its name from the site of its debut at the 1967 World's Fair an event which celebrated Canada's centenary. With a capacity of 2,593cc, the sweet-revving V8 featured twin overhead camshafts per bank and produced, via Alfa Romeo/Spica fuel injection and electronic ignition, 200bhp and 173lb.ft at 6,500rpm and 4,750rpm respectively; mated to a five-speed gearbox, this provided strong performance with a 137mph maximum speed and 0-60mph in just 7.6 seconds. Under the svelte Bertone-designed 2+2 coupé coachwork, independent coil spring front suspension, a live coil-sprung rear axle, limited slip differential and ventilated disc brakes; the result was sure-footed roadholding and ample braking in keeping with the Montreal's high performance. Inside the stylish interior the seats had built-in adjustable headrests while an unusual feature was vacuum-operated headlamp stoneguards. In performance, design and engineering, the Montreal was knocking on the door of the supercar fraternity, whilst at the same time holding on to its GT credentials. . The whole interior of the car shows elegance and sophistication, with handsome functional seats, easily reachable controls and, very advanced for the era, an anti-glare dashboard. This fine example was registered in 1975 and the care taken in its maintenance is reflected in its attractive appearance, as well as its exemplary road manners. A substantial history file documents expenditure in recent years. A rare opportunity to own a classic Italian sports coupe, one now very much coming to be considered a true collector's item.
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