1974 Alfa Romeo Montreal (FOR SALE)
Are you looking for a classic Alfa Romeo for sale?
The Alfa Romeo Montreal was first introduced as a concept car in 1967 at Montreal in Canada. Although the concept cars were displayed without names the public started calling the Alfa the “Montreal”. When the production cars was shown at the Geneva Motor Show in 1970, Alfa stuck to the name and the Alfa Romeo Montreal was officially introduced to the world.
The Tipo 105.64 was quite different from the concept car. It was powered by a 2,6L dry-sump, cross-plane V8 engine, producing 147kW. This engine is to date the smallest V-8 engine ever produced for a road car. It was derived from the 2-litre V8 used in the 33 Stradale and the Tipo 33 sports prototype racing car. When introduced, the Montreal was more expensive than the Porsche 911 and the E-Type of the same year. It was not an easy car to sell and production was finally stopped in 1977, with only around 3900 cars produced.
This specific car was first delivered in Frankfurt, Germany in June 1974. It is a numbers match car that has been restored to a very high standard. It is finished in Giallo Fly, not a standard Alfa colour, with black leather interior. The car runs with its original Spica fuel injection. A spare windscreen and front bumper are included in the sale.
This is a rare opportunity to purchase a very rare and exotic Alfa Romeo from the seventies that would enhance any true Alfa enthusiast’s collection!
Please take note that all cars can be viewed by appointment only.