1979 Alfa Romeo Alfetta Sport Sedan

While the post-war Alfa 1900 Berlina was advertised as “the family car that wins races,” the slogan for the late ’70s automatic-equipped Alfetta Sport Sedan could have been “a truly sale-proof car.”
The Alfetta was Alfa’s attempt to regain its technical edge with a sophisticated drive-train and suspension. Its previous models were powered by an engine dating to 1954 and a suspension dating to 1962. In 1975, the cash-strapped company offered the same twin-cam alloy engine, but with fresh Read More