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    Alfa Romeo Montreal

    General specifications

    Record last updated Before 12 / 01 / 2004
    Country of origin Italy
    Years of production 1970 - 1977
    Numbers built 3925
    Body design Bertone
    Weight 1270 kilo / 2799.9 lbs

    Drivetrain

    Engine 90 V 8
    Engine Location Front , longitudinally mounted
    Displacement 2.593 liter / 158.2 cu in
    Valvetrain 2 valves / cylinder, DOHC
    Fuel feed Spica Fuel injection
    Aspiration Naturally Aspirated
    Gearbox ZF 5 speed Manual
    Drive Rear wheel drive

    Performance figures

    Power 200 bhp / 149 KW @ 6500 rpm
    Torque 235 Nm / 173 ft lbs @ 4750 rpm
    BHP/Liter 77 bhp / liter
    Power to weight ratio 0.16 bhp / kg
    Top Speed 229 km/h / 142 mph
    0-60 mph Acceleration 7.2 s
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    I still think the Montreal is one of the most beautiful cars ever made along with the Lambo Miura and Jaguar E Type. Ive always had a soft spot for old Alfas .. especially the small saloons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by :Exige:
    I still think the Montreal is one of the most beautiful cars ever made along with the Lambo Miura and Jaguar E Type. Ive always had a soft spot for old Alfas .. especially the small saloons.
    yes i agree this is one of the most classic cars........i am also a big fan of the Miura.
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    Its a great car, but id rather the green one on the first photo, a junior zagato
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    A true beauty.

    And with an engine derived from the Alfa 33 Stradale and 33.2 racecars.

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    Tis a great looking car.
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    beautifull car.

    guys, do you know the origin behind the montral name? could it have a link to the city of montreal? ive allways wondered...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeTurbo
    guys, do you know the origin behind the montral name? could it have a link to the city of montreal?
    Yes, it has a linkage to the city. Concept of this car was first time shown at the Montreal Expo in 1967.
    Damn, couldn't resist uploading another Montreal pic. Cheers.
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    What a wonderful machine.

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    I took this at a car show I went to in 2009. I remember asking the owner if it was an Alfa Romeo Montreal and remember the owner being flabbergasted.
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    Another set...

    If you have a sharp eye, you can see the Alfa Romeo 8C in the background...
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    Last of the set.
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    The yellow high beams are odd.
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    I am pretty sure I have seen one in this colour. Spectacular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrer View Post
    The yellow high beams are odd.
    Is there a particular reason why that's bad?

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