We're not sure what stars aligned or what manner of motoring retrospective was on the Beeb this past weekend, but we got not one but two tips related to the mid-1980s Alfa Romeo 90. The 90, as Europeans may recall, was the Bertone-designed replacement for the Alfetta, offered with a contralto-voiced 2.5-liter V6 that could be tweaked toward monsterous performance. In the above video, a Swedish-tuned 90 defeats all comers, while this gallery presents the 90 in all of its sleeper-worthy glory. Ah, the glory days of innocuous sedanage. [Thanks to April and Mateo.]

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