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If my math is right the 1995 164Q4 is eligible for import into these united states. I've always loved interesting sub models and high-tech-for-its-time AWD (see: current daily driver 964 C4). 24v Busso doesn't hurt the cause either. Curious to know what these change hands for and if any of the parts are wildly unobtainable or simply normal-rare. Anyone have one in the USA?
 

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there are a few here. not many.
 

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I don't see a huge number for sale when I search my go-to: Autoscout24. Here's what's on offer. Curious if those with direct experience think these are fair/hi/low.

 

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There was one in Seattle years ago. Don't know where it went to.
 

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A uk friend shared this. I like! Do the recaros look original or aftermarket?


 

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The seats are Hideous but if the Miles are real that car is a great deal!
These cars will sky rocket Sooner than later. The market on "youngTimer" generation cars are going through the roof and not coming down any time soon. Before 2023 a Q4 will be close to $40-$50k, if not More.
 

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A uk friend shared this. I like! Do the recaros look original or aftermarket?


The front seats are aftermarket and the car has evidence of having some Paintwork done.
 

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Cool - look forward to that, post a link here when you do.

Can anyone share actual driving experience??
 

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Driving experience... Very tight ride with exceptional grip! The 6 spd transmission is very smooth and You definitely feel the extra weight of the AWD system. based only on the very few test drives. Haven't had the Full driving experience just yet.
 

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I suggest you look at this site http://www.alfaromeo164register.com/

There is quite a lot of info on the Q4. The extra weight is a penalty, but it is placed low and more to the rear, so weight distribution front/rear is better.

It is a close ratio Getrag gearbox, which is bullet proof. Electronics are the main thing to be able to look at, since these cars are now 25 years old.
 
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