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Used 1967 Alfa Romeo Duetto
$39,990

Barrington RI 02806
  • 74,259 miles

The Duetto Spider, especially the original carb version is 1 of the most rapidly appreciating collector cars on the market. ... [view more details]from Automotive Classifieds
Used 1963 Alfa Romeo Giulia
$39,250

Newton MA 02464
  • 37,000 miles

1963 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1600 Spider . ... [view more details]from Automotive Classifieds
Used 1969 Alfa Romeo 1750
$19,250

Newton MA 02462
  • 80,500 miles

Everybody loves a Boat Tail Alfa and very few are left that are as original and unmolested as this one. ... [view more details]from Automotive Classifieds
Used 1972 Alfa Romeo GT
$16,000

Portsmouth NH 03803
  • 2,000 miles

Non smoking vehicle summer tires sports suspension Sports seats The car has unfortunately a few small lackfehler Number of seats4 Number of doors2.3 Transmission manual Colour red Interior decoration Full leather, black ... [view more details]from CarDealFinder
Used 1986 Alfa Romeo GTV
$8,400

Manchester NH 03104
  • 81,104 miles

1986 Alfa Romeo GTV6 Consequently it is in terrific condition. It has always been garaged and well maintained. It is an original car and has never been restored. The engine, clutch and transmission are strong; the transmission shifts smoothly with ... [view more details]from Yupyi!
Used 1974 Alfa Romeo Giulia
$7,500

Newton MA 02460
  • 14,350 miles

1974 Giulia 1300 Super low mileage. Original color combination (Indigo Grey with red vinyl interior) A very solid driver with a great, like new interior and reliable and well maintained mechanics Engine runs smooth, no smoke or strange sounds, rebu ... [view more details]from Yupyi!

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