1991 ALFA ROMEO SZ (ECC-086)

Stunning Exotic Show Car

Remarkable show car example with very, very low miles and many tasteful upgrades. Truly a one-of-a-kind exotic. This SZ has a very low 12,500 original kilometers and is in excellent condition (less than 7,500k miles). A very unique and cool SZ in show car condition.

This awesome exotic Alfa was a recent find that we have just imported. Originally sold in Europe, this SZ was purchased by a Japanese collector, nicely upgraded and driven very sparingly, just enough to stay in shape without getting used. We discovered it in Japan and brought it to the US under the 25-year exemption rules.

Original paint is near perfect and the interior is in beautiful shape. Sparco racing seats upholstered in the original leather have been installed with 4 point harness belts. Custom floor and trunk mats add a stylish accent. Steering wheel is a limited edition Momo style and a dynamic custom shifter has been installed. Overall interior condition is virtually flawless.

Under the hood, the entire compartment has been detailed with many show car touches, custom hoses, power-coated air box and valve covers, color accent wiring etc. Starts, runs and drives like new. Sounds great, no issues, no problems with running gear or electronics.

The original 3-piece rims have been anodized and now have gold coated centers.

A stunning example, with very low mileage in superb condition. Can be driven and enjoyed now, shows beautifully now. Needs nothing. Ready for exciting driving and attention getting showing.

Offered at $89,000
Price plus tax and DMV fees.

Please note this car comes with a valid Vermont registration, Vermont plates and a bill of sale. Please note that Vermont does not produce titles for cars that are more than 15 years old. (for more information visit http://dmv.vermont.gov/tax-title/vehicle-title).

Contact

415.952.EURO (or 415.952.3876)

info@euroclassixcars.com

Address

1011 Bransten Road

Unit D

San Carlos, CA 94070

Shop Hours

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