1966 marked the dawn of the story of the unique Alfa Montreal.Its makers demanded only one thing of the 200 horsepower 8-cylinder beast: to showcase what Alfa was capable of. Its racing chassis was borrowed from the 33 and first had to be tamed for regular roads. Ulrich Pfeiffer has been living the Alfa Montreal dream since 1972. He is one of just 187 registered owners of the cult car.
vintage: NSU RO 80 | drive it!
It was Europe's Car of the Year when it was introduced, and a flop with car
buyers. But in many respects, the innovative NSU Ro-80 was years ahead of
its time.When NSU, traditionally a maker of small cars, introduced the
Ro-80 in 1967, the company hoped to establish itself in the market for
up-scale mid-sized cars. The Ro-80 was powered by a 1-liter rotary engine
that produced 115 hp. It had front-wheel drive, four-wheel independent
suspension, disc-brakes on all four wheels, and a clean and distinctive
aerodynamic shape. Unfortunately, the rotary engine initially had major
reliability problems and the car was never a success. Even so, its timeless
design and many innovations make it a true milestone in automotive history.
examine it! The 2010 Beijing International Automotive Exhibition | drive it
Automakers from around the globle have gathered for China's biggest motor
show.In addition to concept cars and vehicle debuts, the show has all the
latest in commercial vehicles and car tuning. Drive it! went to take a look
around. We show you what German carmakers are showing off in the hope of
attracting buyers in the growing Chinese market. Audi, for example, is
presenting a longer version of its A8. And one of the show's highlights has
to be the fastest Ferrari of all time -- the 599 GTO which can go from 0 to
100 kilometers per hour in just 3.3 seconds!
Vintage: Lamborghini 350 GT | Drive it!
The first sportscar with the bull as its emblem, the Lamborghini 350 GT,
hit the markets in 1964. And it had a clear mission: The 350 GT bull was
designed to gore the Ferrari horse.
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Vintage: Cisitalia 202 | Drive it!
The Cisitalia 202 Gran Sport is to this day a pioneering example of a
stylish automobile. Following up on the racing version, in 1947 the first
road-going Cisitalia was launched in both convertible and coupé form.Its
engineering is essentially from Fiat; the transmission, suspension and
engine were all borrowed from the trusty Fiat 1100. Read more on:
Alfa Romeo Montreal V8 Soundcheck
V8, 2.6l, 200hp
Engine was derived from the 2-litre V8 used in the Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale
and in the Tipo 33 sports prototype racer.
1971 Alfa Romeo Montreal FOR SALE flemings ultimate garage
Only 11,604 original miles! (18,708 kilometers), driven around 400 miles a
year, 1 of only 668 Montreals (123,309 Alfa Romeos built in 1971), 2.6
liter "Quad Cam" aluminum V-8 w/ "SPICA" multi-point fuel injection @
230bhp (way ahead of its time!), original close ratio 5-speed trans,
factory limited slip rear diff, mirror finish "Bianco Capidamonte" white
paint, original black bucket seat interior w/ factory console, factory
Campagnolo alloy wheels, Hellebor teak & aluminum steering wheel, double
wishbone suspension, 4 wheel disc brakes, power steering, full factory
gauges, detailed engine compartment and trunk w/ jack & spare.
Alfa Montreal Evolution.MOV
Adi Stride, Indie Author, driving his Alfa Romeo Montreal Evolution.
Camera work by his son, Elliott on iphone.
Coming soon Alfred 2.1, watch out!
(HD) EP: Alfa Romeo Montreal V8 1972 - Test Drive - Giro di prova - Essai routier - Probefahrt
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Recently we came across this beautiful Alfa Romeo Montreal V8 1972 at The
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largest in the world. We took the car for a little spin!
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The Alfa Romeo Montreal was introduced as a concept car in 1967 at Expo 67,
held in Montreal, Canada. Originally, the concept cars were displayed
without any model name, but the public took to calling it The Montreal.
It was a 2+2 coupe using the 1600 cc engine of the Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti and
the chassis of the Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT, with a body designed by
Marcello Gandini at Bertone. One of the two concept cars built for Expo 67
is displayed in the Alfa Romeo Historical Museum in Arese, Italy, while the
other is in museum storage
1973 Alfa Romeo Montreal full HD action video with fantastic engine sounds!
SOLD at http://www.ClassicarGarage.nl Alfa Romeo Montreal, year 1973.
Colour blue with a blue fabric interior. This magnificent Alfa Romeo
Montreal is in excellent original condition! The bodywork had a strip and
original colour respray in the past. Under the bonnet, the engine, the
booth and the interior all look perfectly original and very well
maintained! This Alfa Romeo Montreal drives perfect and the engine sounds
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Alfa Romeo Montreal driven hard
DtRockstar1 takes a ride in a rare Alfa Romeo Montreal. This one is
especially rare, being that it is right hand drive. None of these were sold
in North America, as is explained in the video.
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