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.
We anointed Pete Krehbiel the "Real Most Interesting Man In The World" after he managed to legally import a Ford Focus RS. Now an admittedly hungover Krebs emailed us details of his latest conquest: a basketcase Lancia Stratos replica.
If you've ever played Circuit de Catalunya in Forza 3, just imagine doing the same in a real, well-worn Alfa. Glorious. [formfreu]
Welcome to Down On The Mile High Street, where we admire old vehicles found parked on the streets of the City That Rust Sorta Ignored: Denver, Colorado. Here's a very clean Spider Veloce, fresh from California.
Now installed on everything from European superminis to SEMA tuners, the Lambo-style scissor doors were first featured on Marcello Gandini’s gorgeous 1968 Bertone Carabo concept.
The answer: Restoring an original 1937 Aprilia Berlina is very, very hard (but worth every wad of $100 bills and gallon of sweat). I visited the legendary Conrad Stevenson's Alfa Romeo shop last weekend and found this work-of-art-in-progress there.
If you're a serious 24 Hours of LeMons fan, you know that the Index Of Effluency (given to the team that overachieves beyond all expectation with an all-around terrible car) is the real top prize. Who's leading after Day One?
Welcome to Down On The Street, where we admire old vehicles found parked on the streets of the Island That Rust Forgot: Alameda, California. Several Alfa Spiders have appeared in this series, but they've been final-days-of-Alfa-North-America 80s cars... until today!
Pete Vack of Veloce Today wrote this compelling summary of one of the coolest books written about Alfa Romeos. We love Alfas, so we couldn't resist. Hell, even if you don't love Alfas, you should probably buy it. —Ed.
This one-off Alfa Romeo TZ3 was purpose-built by Zagato as a gentleman's racer. The rakish kamback profile is based on classic Alfa racers, but performance is totally modern thanks to its weight: just 1,870 lb.
Fiat announced plans today to give Ferrari six new models and Maserati a new entry-level M5-rival, all by 2014. The U.S. is also getting some Alfa Romeos starting in 2012 — including the MiTo. Here's the full stack of plans.
The Alfa Romeo TZ3 is a purpose-built race car from the Zagato design house created to celebrate 100 years of Alfas. The sexy aluminum body covers a tubular carbon fiber chassis and an undisclosed powertrain.