Keith Martin bought his first Alfa Romeo in 1969, a red Giulia Spider, and has had one (or more) in his garage ever since. He has been involved with the collector car hobby for more than thirty years, as a writer, television commentator and enthusiast. He is constantly on the go, meeting collectors and getting involved in their activities throughout the world.
In addition to being the founder and publisher of the monthly Sports Car Market magazine, Martin’s columns on collecting and reviews of new cars appear frequently in the New York Times. He also has regular columns on the collector car market in AutoWeek and Automobile, is a frequent commentator on the Speed Channel, and has been the host of Concorso Italiano for nine years.
Keith Martin on Collecting Alfa Romeo is a compilation of the best articles on Alfa Romeos from past issues of Sports Car Market magazine. It covers everything from the four-door 164 to the earliest pre-war 6C and 8C classics. In addition to profiles chock full of insider information, you’ll find actual, in-person reviews of Alfas that have been sold at auction, and exactly what the SCM experts think of the prices that were achieved.
Whether you’re thinking of buying your first Alfa or your tenth, you’ll find information inside Keith Martin on Collecting Alfa Romeo that you simply won’t get anywhere else, and that will help you make the right decision when it comes time to put one in your garage.