1973 Alfa Romeo Montreal For Sale - Tipo 33-Based 2.6L V-8 Engine,
Factory Air Conditioning LMC is very proud to offer for sale this
1973 Alfa Romeo Montreal Unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in 1970,
the Alfa Romeo Montreal was a dream car come true. Beautiful and
technically advanced, it was powered by a unique fuel-injected DOHC
V-8 derived from Alfa Romeo's famed Tipo 33 sports racer. Alfa
assigned coachwork duties to Bertone, and the project was
spearheaded by Marcelo Gandini, the young designer who had leapt to
the forefront of the automotive imagination with the Lamborghini
Miura. The landmark design on the resume of the great Marcelo
Gandini features one of Alfa Romeo's most legendary motors, and the
Montreal has arguably grown to be one of Milan's most iconic road
car of the 1970s. This 1970 Alfa Romeo Montreal offered for sale
was produced on September 28th ,1973 and finished in the beautiful
shade of Grigio over a Nero (black) interior as per the Alfa Romeo
Certicato Di Origine. Ideally suited for driving pleasure, this
example has been well maintained by a local Ferrari dealership.
This unique coupe is also notable for its rare factory air
conditioning, and it will be welcomed at vintage tours and Alfa
Romeo gatherings as the perfect "usable classic" or as an addition
to any collection of Golden Era GT cars. Additional Details: 1973
ALFA ROMEO MONTREAL -
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