While the Alfetta spawned the GTV Coupe, which was well loved in the US market, the sedan variant is rather obscure. First sold as the Alfetta sedan, it was renamed the Sport Sedan in 1978 and 1979. With a rorty, 2.0 liter injected twin cam four cylinder, this offered a lot of rear-drive entertainment in a small package. This slightly modified Sport Sedan for sale in California is a bit rough around the edges but looks complete and ready to offer some cheap thrills.
Up for sale is a 1979 Alfa Romeo Sport 4-door sedan. This custom vehicle was owned by an Italian automobile enthusiast who had a penchant for spirited Italian automobiles. It is powered by Alfa's famous twin cam 2000 cc inline 4 and mated to a 5 speed. The body is very straight and the paint presents beautifully. Interior is in excellent condition as well and the car has not been smoked in. For those of you in the know, Alfa Romeo is a true driver's car. If you are looking for a clean Alfa sedan, this is your car! The car has a clean title and is currently registered.
Please e-mail or call Sam (626/590-4177) with questions or a time to view/drive the vehicle. I am very motivated and need to get this car on it's way due to space constraints. No reasonable cash offers will be refused. Thanks for looking.
It's rather rare that you see a classic Italian motor restomodded, as is the case with the rear end on this vehicle. I'd question whether this car was in a minor fender bender at some point, given the modified rear end. This Alfetta isn't perfect, but it's rare that you see a showroom perfect example of this late 1970s Alfa. With a $3,500 starting bid and not much interest so far, I'd suspect we're not going to get much further than the opening figure.