The Alfa Romeo Milano, or 75 as it was known outside of the US market, was the end of an era. It was the last Alfa Romeo designed before the Fiat takeover, and was the last rear drive Alfa Romeo sedan to be produced. Introduced as a replacement for the Giulietta in 1985, the 75 and Milano enjoyed good sales, selling almost a quarter million units over a three year period.
Milanos are noted for their rear mounted transaxle and sonorous 2.5 and 3.0 V6 engines. Few examples survive today stateside and this particular car with a shade under 54,000 miles under its belt is certainly one of the best you could find.
Stunning Original Alfa Romeo Milano
Perfect Interior/no rips in seats/no stains/headliner is perfect
Body is ding and dent free. No scratches.Original paint
Glass is original
Paint shines like new!!!
-Original wheels/no scuffs or marks
-Bumpers are perfect
-Everything on exterior and interior is show condition!
-All power windows and locks work.
-Original radio and power antenna work.
-Dash has no cracks
-Exhaust is perfect and factory.
-A/C blows cold!
-Spare in trunk new.
All emblems glow! Side view mirrors perfect. Clutch is great. Trans shifts great. Engine bay area is showroom new! This might be the nicest Milano left in the US. A true needle in a haystack!
I don't doubt the dealer's claim that this could possibly be the nicest Milano left in the US. It certainly appears from the pictures that this car lives up to the seller's claim that it needs nothing. Also, the timing belt change at 35,000 miles is reassuring. With a few days left in the auction, bidding is strong and heading towards $10,000. A final estimate of around $7,000 to $8,000 seems reasonable, but you more than likely won't come across another Milano in this shape for some time.