November 12, 2007

Alfa Milano Verde in a junkyard.

A couple of weeks ago, a friend of mine called to tell me about a Milano Verde in a junkyard west of here. For those who don't know, the Milano Verde has a 3.0 V6 (as opposed to the 2.5 V6 that all other U.S.-bound Milanos had) and they imported roughly 880 of them. Just to put it in perspective, DeLorean Motor Company made roughly ten times as many DMC-12s.


I went out there to find that sadly, the car was in very decent shape. It was in much better shape than the Milano Gold I parted out a year ago. This one was complete (save for the Recaro seats my friend got off of it), relatively rust free and didn't appear to have been hit. Once again, a shame to see in a junkyard, and a real shame to see another Milano bite the dust. Too many of these cars have been parted out or otherwise junked (and yes, I haven't helped things).

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

please more info about alfa milano verde and junkyard.i want it.
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Anonymous said...

please i want more info about alfa milano verde and junkyard.i want it.
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Ronan said...

This car is long gone, sorry.