Alfa Romeo

Garage Find: 1987 Alfa Romeo Spider Quadrifoglio

The last iteration of the Alfa Romeo Spider in the U.S. saw it get gradually smoother, helping to better mask the ugly safety bumpers that marred the Graduate when it entered the dark period known as the malaise era…. more»

Sprint Speciale: 1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta SS

Though I doubt it’s ever seen a barn, this one certainly is a find. You’re looking at a 1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Speciale. Located in Portland, Oregon, it’s listed here on Hemmings for $125,000. Many thanks to Boot… more»

Body Shop Find: 1963 Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider

I have covered Alfa Romeo Giulias here on Barn Finds several times before but upon reading the listing for this 1963 example, my interest was piqued and I decided to dig a bit deeper. That said, let’s take a… more»

Spotless Survivor: 1976 Alfa Romeo GTV

Alfa Romeo has a history of producing some of the most rewarding driver’s cars to ever grace a road anywhere on the planet. Their offerings rarely produce enormous amounts of power, but what they have, they give willingly. Finding… more»

Niki Lauda Edition: 1978 Alfa Romeo Spider

By 1978, the Alfa Romeo Spider had lost some of its boat-tail magic. The styling was reflective of changes made due to safety and emissions concerns, and the grace of the original design was lost in the wake of… more»

Engine Upgrade! 1967 Alfa Romeo GT Junior

You have to hand it to Italian automobile designers, even when they’re beat-up and worn out, they’re still stylish, and IMHO, this 1967 Alfa Romeo GT Junior is no exception. This European spec version needs help, in both the… more»

Government Surplus: 1987 Alfa Romeo Milano

So you want an Italian thoroughbread, but you don’t want to break the bank? That’s a hard car to find these days, but Alfa Romeo may have the answer you’re looking for. Of course, you’re not going to find… more»

Free Field Find: 1982 Alfa Romeo GTV

The words “free car” rarely have any association with a vehicle of even modest desirability, but it appears in this instance – at least for Alfa Romeo fans – there may be a chance to end up with a… more»

Too Rough to Restore? 1964 Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint

Sometimes, you don’t need to bother adding numerous photos to a listing. Just one quick glance tells you everything you need to know, such as the case with this once-beautiful 1964 Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint listed in Gilbertville, Massachusetts…. more»

Thinning The Herd: 1986 Alfa Romeo GTV6

There comes a time when almost every car collector will acknowledge there are not enough hours in the day to attend to every car’s needs. This clean 1986 Alfa Romeo GTV6 is a great example of a car that… more»

Project Spider: 1960 Alfa Romeo Giullietta

I recently opined about the creation of Stellantis, the new holding company for FCA (Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram, Fiat, Maserati, Alfa Romeo, and Lancia) and PSA (Citroen, Peugeot, Opel, and Vauxhall). Supposedly, the new company will maintain all of… more»

Step Nose Barn Find: 1967 Alfa Romeo GTV

As a long time Alfa Romeo fan, I’ve long pinned after a  Giulia Sprint GT, but not just any GT. Alfa offered the GT in several trim levels, with the Veloce being the sportier option (there was also an… more»

31K Miles! 1982 Alfa Romeo GTV6

This is a very nice combination, a low mileage car in excellent condition and a very thorough listing, two items that don’t intersect often enough. One of only 1,100 Alfa Romeo GTV6s destined for the U.S. market place in… more»

Too Nice to Part? 1982 Alfa Romeo GTV6

The seller calls this 1982 Alfa Romeo GTV6 a parts car, but it seems far better than that – and it’s priced as being more than that, too. The description reads more like a worthwhile restoration project than a… more»

Incredible Garage Find: 1952 Alfa Romeo 1900C Cabriolet

This 1952 Alfa Romeo 1900C represents an incredible discovery, as it’s one of just 88 made and retains its original, numbers-matching Tipo 1308 engine. The Alfa comes with a fantastic story that is the stuff of every car guy… more»

Build It Your Way: No Reserve 1965 Lancia Fulvia

This 1965 Lancia Fulvia is a total project, but one that looks worthy of restoration. Plus, it has the notoriety of being a right-hand drive model, indicating it was never intended for sale in the U.S. market – if… more»