Bad news: We got lost looking for the new Giulia reveal so we had to sit in the nosebleed section.
Rules: The car has to be sold brand new in 1974.
You know all about how prototype camouflaging works nowadays, but would you believe that what you see here is an Alfa Romeo Montreal mule? Classic prototypes were way cooler.
The Alfa Romeo Montreal is one of the great Italian grand touring cars of the 1970s. Now you can get one for free!
There is some serious pattern matching here, accentuated by the stripes on the car highlighting the barely functional slats behind the doors. But who cares? It’s a Montreal! Fun fact: no Alfa Romeo Montreal was ever sold in Montreal.
After this first weekend of spring, we feel like a 1970 Alfa Romeo Montreal sunning itself in a field of green, green grass. Well, if the Alfa were sneezing from allergies. [via carpr0n]
Introduced in the 1970s with a uniquely recognizable shape, the Montreal foreshadowed the automotive excess to come. Now there's a book about it.