The best part of Alfa Romeo’s 164 was its melodious six. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe edition exchanges that for the sounds of silence and a far shorter range. Will you find its price to be equally short sighted?
It's the mid-1990s. Alfa Romeo is clinging to life in the U.S. They need people to buy their 164 sedan instead of some dumb old Honda or Saab. How are they gonna do it? With the kind of music you hear when you're on hold with your health insurance company.
Welcome to Down On The Street, where we admire old vehicles found parked on the streets of the Island That Rust Forgot: Alameda, California. You don't see many 1990s Alfa Romeos on the island.
Bad timing, bad marketing and bad pricing have all killed a number of great cars. With a little help we've identified these ten great cars that sold like complete crap.
Since the backlog of DOTS Bonus Edition photos is still pretty large, we're going to have a second consecutive DOTS-O-Rama Sunday. Last week we saw cars photographed by Jalopnik readers in various locations in California, and today we're going to go north of the border and look at cars from the land of the Bricklin…