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1974 Alfa Romeo Montreal - One Take

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Published on Feb 22, 2018

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This 1974 Alfa Romeo Montreal is an immaculately restored, example with low miles and a beautiful finish inside and out. The Montreal was produced from 1970-1977, designed by Marcello Gandini for Studio Bertone. Gandini had previously designed the Lamborghini Miura, and some crossover styling details are apparent both from outside, and especially under the drivers seat. Under the clamshell hood is a fuel-injected, four-cam 2.6L V8 making a supposed 200 horsepower, but we suspect actually it produces quite a bit more, along with one of the most fantastic engine notes we've ever heard and a stratospheric-for-the-time 7,000 RPM redline. By the end of its run,, the Montreal cost more than a Porsche 911 Turbo or Citroen SM. Fewer than 4,000 total examples of the Montreal were built, and towards the end of the run, Alfa Romeo had trouble selling the last of them. Today they are incredibly collectible, and on the retail market, this example would fetch between $125,000 and $150,000.

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