LS V8 Powered: 1987 Alfa Romeo Milano

This next car comes as a tip from Art who writes: So much want. I want to sell my MK7 Golf R for this… Sheesh that looks like a heck of a deal for $12k (I bet bring 10k cash and it’s a done deal). Find this 1987 Alfa Romeo Milano offered for $12,000 in Fairfax, VT via fastbook strokerbook.

From the seller:

1987 LS Swapped Alfa Romeo milano
$12,000
Listed 3 weeks ago in Fairfax, VT
About this vehicle
Driven 100,000 miles
Automatic transmission
Exterior color: Blue · Interior color:
Seller’s description
1987 Alfa Romeo Milano with a 408 Stroker V8 and C5 Corvette driveline.
COVID lock down makes people do strange things…mine was LS swapping a Milano and I went a little overboard. Unfortunately I like building crazy $hit more than I like racing so I have moved on to another project and need the space in the garage. The basics are a LY6 mated to a custom torque tube going to a T56 transaxle and rear suspension from a C5 Z06. Over $30k and hundreds of hours “invested.” Its not a show car, but has the potential to be stupid stupid fast. Build has about 50 miles on it, everything on the motor is brand new, alternator, water pump ect…..

This is 70% racecar, 30% street so please do not think you can daily drive it. The down pipes come about 3″ from the ground, the headlights are not wired and there is a slow power steering leak.

Price without the motor, engine harness and ECU: $8,000.

6 point cage
LY6 block with TSP 408 stroker kit fully balanced. Came in right at 12:1 compression. Needs 100 octane fuel
823 heads, ported, fresh valve job
LS3 intake
Elgin sloppy stage 2 camshaft
PAC valve springs
Turn one power steering pump
Mcleod Super street pro clutch, balanced with C5 OEM flywheel
Ebay shorty headers to duel 2.5 stainless exhaust with cats
GM gen 4 wiring harness with OEM LS3 Camaro ECU
Gamble street rods custom tq tube
Dobbertin Performance Innovations rear subframe adapter kit
Jegs universal wiring harness
Optima battery in trunk
10 Gallon RCI fuel cell
Wilwood 4 pots front and rear
Wilwod brake bias valve
Corbeau front seats with RCI 5 point harness
Momo steering wheel with quick detatchable hub
6 speed t56 with C5 LSD diff
Poly bushings in the rear
Autopower gauges with wideband
Diamond racing wheels in 5×5 with toyo rubber
Pegasus master battery cut off

Tons of other stuff

NO TRADES but price is flexible, shoot me an offer

Happy to answer questions but will not respond to “Is this still available

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