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Good morning, I'd like to give you some information about my Alfa Romeo Montreal for sale: produced the 28th September 1973 in Arese (Milan) and sold the 9th October 1973, few kilometers far, in Busto Arsizio (Varese), where it remained for more than 35 years. Original documents and license plates, 3 owners.
Original - and unique - colour "Blu medio" with interior leatherette-cloth "light blue-blue". First equipment options: electric windows, hazard and air conditioning (still working perfectly)
The car ran for few chilometers and remained stored into a garage for more than 20 years: 63.000 kms, original, certified by service stickers and original old tyres (now changed) dated 1983!
Original engine, type AR00564 totally rebuilt, and also the fuel pumps and the SPICA injection pump; many works done on suspensions, steering box, braking system, exhaust and other details, by Montreal specialist in Modena (Italy). Interior totally rebuilt and body repainted. All the works are documented by photos and invoices.
The car is in Italy but we could shipped everywhere: the car is available and we could organize a test drive or an inspection with your mechanic.

On this link you can find more photos of the car: Gulf Blue - Rondinelli Classic Sports Cars

Here a video:

I'll remain at your disposal for wither information at the following address: [email protected]
 

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I apologize for the many written mistakes, but it was late night when I wrote the message and I was sleeping in front of the laptop!
Enrico

Good morning, I'd like to give you some information about my Alfa Romeo Montreal for sale: produced the 28th September 1973 in Arese (Milan) and sold the 9th October 1973, few kilometers far, in Busto Arsizio (Varese), where it remained for more than 35 years. Original documents and license plates, 3 owners.
Original - and unique - colour "Blu medio" with interior leatherette-cloth "light blue-blue". First equipment options: electric windows, hazard and air conditioning (still working perfectly)
The car ran for few chilometers and remained stored into a garage for more than 20 years: 63.000 kms, original, certified by service stickers and original old tyres (now changed) dated 1983!
Original engine, type AR00564 totally rebuilt, and also the fuel pumps and the SPICA injection pump; many works done on suspensions, steering box, braking system, exhaust and other details, by Montreal specialist in Modena (Italy). Interior totally rebuilt and body repainted. All the works are documented by photos and invoices.
The car is in Italy but we could shipped everywhere: the car is available and we could organize a test drive or an inspection with your mechanic.

On this link you can find more photos of the car: Gulf Blue - Rondinelli Classic Sports Cars

Here a video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ACtdPT-zhNI

I'll remain at your disposal for wither information at the following address: [email protected]
 

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that is one darn fine montreal! Not my colour, but somehow a quirky and fun combination with that (beautifully done) interior.

now..... all that is missing is the asking price;)
 

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I could also write it here: the asking price is 75.000 euros, which is more or less 87.000 dollars. But if there is people seriously interested...it is a little bit negotiable.

Thank you
Enrico


that is one darn fine montreal! Not my colour, but somehow a quirky and fun combination with that (beautifully done) interior.

now..... all that is missing is the asking price;)
 

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I like the blue interior - not stock, but tasteful.
I thought the interior was pretty bizarre when I first saw it in our identical blue Montreal and it is "box stock"! Delmas Greene taught me that the "Isle of Capri" and its unique color scenery was the motivation for the blue Montreal's interior.
https://www.google.com/search?q=isle+of+capri+italy&espv=2&biw=2051&bih=1001&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=uQu7VL3SBcymgwTTk4CwBQ&ved=0CAcQ_AUoAg&dpr=0.67

The alternative was blue with beige interior:sleeping:

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I thought the interior was pretty bizarre when I first saw it in our identical blue Montreal and it is "box stock"!
Wow, learn something new every day! I just assumed that all Montreals came with black interiors. Were there other interior colors that paired with the exterior?
 

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Yes Jay, the Montreal was available in a multitude of colors; probably more than any other Alfa Romeo. Perhaps none were as bizarre as the blue cars with 'Isle of Capri' interiors but some of the standard colors were:
  • Body/ Seat/ Seats, backs, storage, shift & brake gaiters
  • Green/ Brown/ Green or Beige
  • Met. Green/ Brown/ Beige
  • Med. Blue/ Blue or Brown/ Blue or Beige
  • Red/ Black or Brown/ Black or Beige
  • Orange/ Black or Brown/ Black or Beige
  • Met. Orange/ Black or Brown/ Black or Beige
  • Met. Grey/ Grey or Red/ Black or Red
  • Escoli Grey/ Blue or Back/ Blue or Black
  • Met. Sliver/ Grey or Red/ Black or Red
  • Met Brown/ Brown/ Beige
  • Met. Gold/ Brown/ Beige
  • Black/ Grey or Red/ Black or Red
The carpet could come in Beige, Blue, Brown, Green, Grey and Red and was not always consistent with the other car colors. The luggage compartment had a type of spun fiber carpet, similar to that used on pontoon boats or 'indoor/outdoor' carpet, it may or not match the upholstery colors.
I hope the table stays intact when posted.
Mark
 
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