BUYING A CAR in 1969...Alfa Romeo 1750 Berlina

So, the MBG wasn't for you. Perhaps you lean more towards Italy than Britain. Some wine and cheese instead of fish 'n' chips? Let's take a look around the Tattered and Lost Car Lot.

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(SOURCE: Sunset, July 1969)
The Alfa Romeo 1750/2000 is a range of medium-priced cars which was produced by Alfa Romeo from 1967 to 1977.
The 1750 Berlina sedan was introduced in 1967, together with the 1750 GTV coupe and 2000 Spider. The 1750 models replaced the earlier 2600 Berlina, Sprint and Spider at the top of the Alfa Romeo range. In contrast to the 2600s, the 1750s were smaller and much less expensive, shared many parts with other concurrent models in the Alfa Romeo range, and sold many more units during their production span.
The 1750 Berlina was based on the existing Giulia sedan, which continued in production. The 1750 was meant to top the sedan range, above the 1,300 cc and 1,600 cc versions of the Giulia. In the United States, however, the Giulia sedan ceased to be available and was entirely replaced by the 1750 Berlina. (SOURCE: Wikipedia)

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