Alfa 75

Here’s that 75 – Milano, as it was known in North America – that forms the basis of the SZ. To many it looks weird (all odd lines and angles) but to us it’s just beautiful— our judgment clouded in no small part, we’re sure, by visions of near-perfect weight distribution and handling that’s been touched by King Midas himself. And in a sea of rosso corsa – what you almost always see these in, even on the Internets – this one looks fabulous in black. We’d love a Milano Verde with the 3.0L V6, but wonder if any good examples even exist anymore.

Maybe in California.


~ by velofinds on March 15, 2011.

One Response to “Alfa 75”

  1. The Alfa 75 is a lovely car, very expensive now in Europe. It’s twice the price of a BMW 328 E36 (more expensive when both news).
    The 75 is not a very reliable car, but its sound and the way it drives is magnetic.

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