These are quite rare cars in the U.S: too lazy to be considered sports cars, too hard to be considered tourers and, most of all, they had a fixed roof.
But, after so many years, also these coupes are beginning to be considered just the way they are: a beautiful examples of what Alfa Romeo could produce near Milano, pusghed by a roaring inline six engine and a flawless design.
This particular car slept many years in the same place (at least since 2000) and now the owner’s son is selling it. He knows of course the late history of this car which was born blue; weber carburetors have been put in place of the previous Solex (which are not good at all) and the original wheel have been replaced with a strange set of alloy wheel which we’ve never seen before (do you?). Much work to do here but in few years it will be worth the effort. Find it for sale here in Cream Ridge, NJ, with bidding at $8,100 and reserve price met.