Intorduced in 1979, automotive magazines quoted the Busso V6 engine as one of the best sounding engines ever. Advertised at 160 BHP, the engine still packed enough grunt to throw the car around making for enjoyable drives.
Interiors were updated for 1984 giving the car a more modern feel. The speedometer was now placed to the left in the driver binnacle instead of in the center display. The tachometer was still dead center to keep an all-important eye on the engine revs. A/C seems to be the biggest complaint with these cars, staying cool in warm climates is not the norm.
I am interested to hear what readers have to say about this example. I garner pre-smog Italian cars are better favored, but this example is 32 years old already putting it well into classic automobile territory. Is this a desirable model? Does the asking price reflect what's on offer? Let the Italian edu'mcation begin!
When not receiving complaints of "distracted by cars...again" from his wife, Glenn can be found in the kitchen whipping up exotic cuisine and nourishing nosh.