• It SEEMS like a great deal and could be a nice project for someone, but I'm curious what part availability is like for models this old. I doubt a local Alfa dealer stocks anything for this. Does anyone have any experience?

    • Cernterline Alfa in Colorado would be your friend. Some stuff for the 164 is becoming unobtainable thought. FCA doesn't have much interest in the old stuff except for soaking you for a "Certificate of Authenticity" that you used to be able to just email Storico Alfa for.

  • Great cars but a cheap Alfa's going to cost you in deferred maintenance. Rebuilt steering rack (a pain to change), timing belt and water pump, and a new alternator (cheap and easy) are going to cost you a lot more even if you do your own wrenching. Also check out the gears on the climate control and all the other electricals that will need be fiddled with. Oh yeah its a V6 so we know the current owner has no idea on the maintenance.

  • My dad had one of these, we both loved it. I would say for 600 bucks if you were able to drive it in anger for a week before it blew up you would not feel like you got a bad deal.

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