Nero Daytona, interesting price!
EUR 59,750JPY 7,511,770BGN 116,859CZK 1,559,116DKK 444,510GBP 52,953HUF 21,353,455PLN 270,572RON 291,222SEK 602,429CHF 64,369ISK 9,368,800NOK 612,515HRK 452,009RUB 5,355,805TRY 535,091AUD 93,419BRL 382,836CAD 91,686CNY 469,348HKD 563,114IDR 1,016,290,140ILS 237,656INR 5,301,140KRW 79,892,322MXN 1,424,697MYR 292,757NZD 100,697PHP 3,489,758SGD 96,084THB 2,174,243ZAR 1,075,428
Offered for: EUR 59,750
The Alfa Romeo Montreal was first introduced as a concept car in 1967 at Expo 67, held in Montreal, Quebec, 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 1.6-litre engine of the Alfa Romeo Giulia TI and the short wheelbase 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 105.64, 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 hp, 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 7.000 rpm, unheard of for a V8 at that time. The chassis and running gear of the production Montreal were taken from the Giulia GTV coupé and comprised double wishbone suspension with coil springs and dampers at the front and a live axle with limited slip differential at the rear.
Since the concept car was already unofficially known as The Montreal, Alfa Romeo opted to keep the model name in production.
Stylistically, the most eye catching feature is the car's front end with four headlamps partly covered by unusual 'grilles', that retract when the lights are switched on. Another stylistic element is the NACA duct on the bonnet. The duct is actually blocked off since its purpose is not to draw air into the engine, but to optically hide the power bulge. The slats behind the doors contain the cabin vents, but apart from that only serve cosmetic purposes. Paolo Martin is credited for the prototype instrument cluster.
Production of the Montreal was split between the Alfa Romeo plant in Arese and Carrozzeria Bertone's plants in Caselle and Grugliasco outside Turin. Alfa Romeo produced the chassis, engine and mechanicals and sent the chassis to Caselle where Bertone fitted the body. After body fitment, the car was sent to Grugliasco to be degreased, partly zinc coated, manually spray painted and have the interior fitted. Finally, the car was returned to Arese to have the engine and mechanicals installed. It is worth noting that because of this production method, there is not necessarily any correspondence between chassis number, engine number and production date.
The Montreal remained generally unchanged until it was discontinued later in 1977. By then, production had long ceased already as Alfa were struggling to sell their remaining stock. The total number built was around 3900. Ironically none of them were sold in Montreal since Alfa did not develop a North American version to meet the emission control requirements in the US & Canada.
The car shown here is a lovely example of a Montreal. According to Centro Documentazione Alfa Romeo, this particular car was produced on 18 November 1971 and delivered in Pescara, Italy, on Valentines day in 1972. She was owned by Mr. De Cecco and in 1977 the car was sold to Mr. Naldi in Rome, Italy. Since then she remained in Rome until it was sold to the current Dutch owner in 2015. This Montreal took part in the owners collection alongside several classic and very rare Alfa Romeo’s.
The Italian ownership is included with the car as well as the original ‘’Uso e Manutenzione’’.
The bodywork is in nice condition with correct panel fit and the engine is in great running condition. Most recent service was in 2017 at mileage 78.500 km and only 200 km since but she will receive a fresh service upon the sale to a new owner. She received a fresh APK (MOT/TUV/CT) without any problems in November last year. Again a fresh one will be made upon delivery.
Originally this Montreal was delivered in Argento metallizzato with a Rosso (red) interior. Now she resides in a tastefully configuration of Nero Daytona metallizzato (Ferrari colour) with a red leather interior.
Mileage recorded is 78.788km on clock. The car is Dutch (EEC) registered.
Interesting price, please ask.
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