Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Mint Milano: 1987 Alfa Romeo Milano Gold


In June of this year, Alfa will turn 110 years old.  Over that period, as you would expect, a few different organizations have called Alfa their own. Alfa was first started and owned by a consortium of Milanese businessmen, then rescued by Nicola Romeo, then nationalized by Mussolini, then sold by the government to FIAT and now merged with Peugeot.  Some say the Milano/75 of the 1980's is the last of the real Alfa's, constructed in the Alfa plant outside of Milan, prior to its takeover by FIAT.  Here's your chance to own one of the last of the real Alfa's before the birthday celebrations drive the prices to the stratosphere.  Find this 1987 Alfa Romeo Milano Gold for sale in Berserkly, CA for $8,500 via craigslist.



From the seller's ad:

1987 Alfa Romeo Milano
condition: excellent
cylinders: 6 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 42000
paint color: blue
size: compact
title status: clean
transmission: manual
type: coupe


-1987 Alfa Romeo Milano Gold
-The car is in excellent condition including exterior, interior, and mechanically
-42000 original miles.
-Registered until 02/2021. Will get smogged by the seller before the sell.
-Everything works other than the AC and the automatic antenna (just stopped working).
-located in Davis CA
-Handles like a sports car, also has new tires!


Onee (sic) of the cleanest and nicest Milano you will find. Testing the water before posting it on <redacted>.


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Gianni is Daily Turismo's resident Alfista.

3 comments:

  1. As a former Milano owner it astounds me what these cars are starting to go for. Still think this is a bit too much for a Gold, but I guess the market will speak to that. Very nice car in a lovely color either way, and one of the best preserved interiors I can remember seeing in one for a while.

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  2. Also a former Milano owner. This one is in stunning condition, looks completely stock, even the ride height. I'd say it's a little optimistically priced, but not by too much, for a time capsule. But, most people willing to pay that price bracket for an Alfa are usually not considering a Milano.

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