California is a state known for its car culture. No matter your fancy, it's a great place to go looking for classic and modern cars on the used market. Just last week, we featured a low mileage Alfa Romeo 164LS for sale in Pleasanton. Today, here is the sportier Q version of the 164, a clean, one owner example for sale in Pleasant Hill that is allegedly one of the last of its kind to be sold here in the US.
ALFA LOVERS - this is a one of a kind! MUST SEE! One of the last five 164Q imported in the US (1995), with ONLY 88,300 miles, mostly highway! I've been the sole owner since, kept the car ALWAYS in garage, very well maintained and serviced with all records. Currently with: NEW tires with allignment, NEW battery, NEW fuel line, NEW fog lights, new muffler, clear smog check, fully serviced (all fuels) with clear title in hand. NEVER in an accident. Immaculate interior, seats like new, (can count on one hand how many times people set in back). NEVER smoking inside. Smells like a new car still! Exterior in great condition with only a minor scratch on rear bumper. The car looks great and runs GREAT! It is truly a one of a kind - destined to be a classic in the Alfa line and Alfa world! Must sell due to changes in commute and relocation. ONLY very interested buyers please! Form of payment: cashier's check or money order.
The 164LS we featured last week sold for $9,999. This 164Q has almost the same mileage with a price about $2,000 more. Whether or not you favor the sportier Q over the luxury LS version is a matter of taste. Both this car and the LS have 5-speed manual transmission, which is important for enthusiasts. I prefer the Q. With a little bit of negotiation room, I'd say this car is priced right for someone looking to savor one of Alfa's last forays into mainstream US sales.