Red, Fast and Luxurious: 1988 Alfa Romeo Quadrifoglio PRICE JUST REDUCED!! The Spider Quadrifoglio was the top of the line for Alfa Romeo’s sports car lineup in 1988. It is a comfortable car that is fun to drive: • Great styling influenced by Pininfarina • Excellent Quadrifoglio Red finish • 2-liter fuel-injected engine • Near perfect leather interior • 5-speed manual transmission • Air conditioning • 4-wheel disc brakes • Special Quadrifoglio wheels mounted with Goodyear tires For those who like to decode VINs or run a CarFax report, this car’s VIN is ZARBA5568J1061369. An Exceptional Example! • Paint This Alfa’s gleaming Quadrifoglio Red finish is in like-new condition with only a few chips. And what is more appropriate than a red Alfa Spider painted in the national racing color of Italy? • Interior The seat upholstery is leather and is finished in Gray. The seats and door panels are in very good condition. The dash has a single crack but is otherwise in very good condition. There is ample storage room behind the front seats for small packages like grocery bags and the trunk is roomy enough for suitcases. • Engine The Quadrifoglio’s has a 2 liter fuel-injected 4-cylinder engine. The engine starts right up and runs strongly through each of the car’s 5 gears. • Transmission The transmission is the 5-speed synchromesh manual that shifts properly. • Brakes and Tires Disc brakes on all 4 wheels bring this vehicle to a quick and safe stop. The special Quadrifoglio wheels have Goodyear 195/60R15 tires that look almost new. • Comfort and Safety Systems With leather seats for both the driver and passenger, each can adjust the seat to exactly their needs. The seats are not only comfortable and attractive, but they offer excellent lateral support as well. This Alfa has factory air to make those hot summer days more bearable with both the top up or down. Speaking of the convertible top, it is in very good condition and moves up or down in just seconds. It is a car where virtually everything works—horn, lights, wipers, turn signals, etc.—so it is ready for your driving pleasure. The odometer was replaced as part of the instrument cluster, but it does not work. A Wonderful Example of an Alfa Sports Car This Quadrifoglio Spider is a blast to drive as well as great to look at. The car is very well appointed as befits an Italian sports car. It is a more luxurious car than either an MGB or a TR4/6, and the styling sets it apart in the eye-appeal category! Come see why Italian sports cars have always had a special place in the hearts of drivers! FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL US AT: 540-370-4474
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