1989 Alfa Romeo Milano Verde

Hot on the heels of the 1988 Milano Verde we featured on Friday, here is a stunning example of Alfa's chiseled sport sedan for sale in Georgia. This Milano has had one owner over the last 20 years and comes with a stack of records.

1989 Alfa Romeo Milano Verde

Excellent Original 1989 Alfa Romeo Milano Verde 3.0, 85,000 Orig. Miles

·Same Owner since 1992
·Excellent example in very good original condition
·Good to Very Good Black Exterior
·Immaculate Original Recaro Interior (headliner professionally replaced)
·Upgraded Polk Audio and Alpine Speaker System
·Concord Deck w/power amp
·Very Good AC
·Cruise Control
·Bridgestone Potenza SP-03 Pole Position Tires – Only 4000 Miles
·Ansa Exhaust
·PIAA fog lights (original lamps included)
·Acrylic Headlight Covers
·K&N Air Filter
·All records since 1992

Extras Include:
·Wolf Front Bra – Excellent Condition
·Original Trunk Storage Boxes
·Original Four Piece Fitted Alfa Romeo Luggage
·Original Owner’s Manual Package including: manual, maintenance log, road atlas, note pad, mileage/expense log, dealer listing, tire warrantee, etc.
·All original tools in cases including complete tool kit box with included gloves.
·Black cloth “Seat Saver” covers for Recaros
·Full factory maintenance manual
·Touch Up Paint

This is a great looking example of the last of the rear-drive Alfa sedans. Anything over $10,000 for a Milano these days is is a bit dear, but this particular car has certainly been cared for by one fastidious owner. I'd wager a guess that $7,000 to $9,000 is a bit more of a realistic price range for this example. But if I was going to buy a Milano, this final year example would be right at the top of my shopping list.


5 thoughts on “1989 Alfa Romeo Milano Verde”

  1. I always heard the transmissions for these were quite bad. Any opinions?

    As in you always need to double clutch to shift into lower gears? For such a nice car that would unfortuantely be a deal killer for me as I actually like this. Seems like a nice E30 325i alternative.

  2. The car listed is mine, and thanks much for this sit for picking up the listing and the nice comments. As to the transmission concerns, the problem that I know if is the 2nd gear syncro. Mine was replaced shortly after I got the car, and it shifts fine. Again, thanks for picking up the listing, I have been contacted by a party who saw it here.

  3. Steve,

    Thanks very much for checking in! Your Milano is certainly one of the nicest I’ve seen all year. Good luck with the sale!


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