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Alfa Romeo Montreal
The Montreal took its name from the town of Montreal in Canada where Marcello Gandini exhibited the Alfa Romeo concept car on the Bertone stand at Expo 67. The concept used components from Alfa Romeo Giulia, but when the production version was exhibited at the Geneva Salon in 1970 its engine at least had been raised to a higher specification; a 2593cc V8 developed from the 2-litre V8 in the Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale. Sales continued until 1977 when production ended as the Montreal was getting hard to sell.
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Alfa Romeo Montreal - badge
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Alfa Romeo Montreal - grille
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Alfa Romeo Montreal. A 2593cc V8 was developed for the Montreal out of the 2-litre V8 in the Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale.
Alfa Romeo Montreal front
Alfa Romeo Montreal. Launched at the Geneva Salon in 1970, the Alfa Romeo Montreal was based on the chassis and mechanics of the Giulia GTV coupé, but gained a new 2593cc V8 engine.
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Alfa Romeo Montreal. Looking almost like a mid-engined coupe. Marcello Gandini's design for Canada's Expo 67, was given the name 'Montreal' after the town and produced from 1970.
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Alfa Romeo Montreal. Looking almost like a mid-engined coupe, the Montreal was a design for Canada's Expo 67, by Carrozzeria Bertone
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Alfa Romeo Montreal - lamps. These 'eyelashes' moved out of the way when the lamps were lit.
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Alfa Romeo Montreal. Shown at Expo 1967, Marcello Gandini's styling for the Montreal show many of the same shapes of the Lamborghini Miura (1966), and this side view is indicative.
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Alfa Romeo Montreal
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Alfa Romeo Montreal. The NACA duct on the bonnet is purely for style, to disguise the bonnet hump.
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Alfa Romeo Montreal - dummy vents which suggest the Montreal is mid-engined, when in fact it is conventional front engine rear wheel drive.
Carrozzeria Bertone
Marcello Gandini
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