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1990 Alfa Romeo SZ
Cool Classic Club

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In Stock



Power 207 HP


Date Part I November 16, 1990


Color Red


Interior Beige Leather


Transmission Manual


VAT deductible No

The story behind this collectible... 'Designing a two-seat sports coupe for Alfa Romeo is arguably every designer's wet dream' The car was named simply SZ, harking back to the Sprint Zagato and Sport Zagato cars from Alfa's glory days. The SZ was an exciting collaboration between Alfa Romeo and Zagato that blossomed in the late 1980s. Their goal? To create an avant-garde, high-performance coupe that not only enchanted the roads, but also gave a fresh boost to the image of Alfa Romeo and Zagato. Born on the platform of the Alfa Romeo 75, but with a racing-inspired twist. Away with the traditional metal, instead: plastic. Coming out at a paltry 1,250 kg, plus specially designed Koni dampers, you could grow neck muscles with this as an All-Blacks fullback. Up front, the 3.0 Liter V6 Busso block got another fat shot of expresso and the chassis was borrowed from the Alfa 75 IMSA racer. Alfa Romeo came out with a limited edition of the Sprint Zagato. Only just over a thousand examples of this thoughtful and ingenious masterpiece. We have found one! An original Dutch delivered treasure, from a Dutch collector. After an engine overhaul 200 km ago, she has indicated top fitness for some challenging steering. Not afraid of a little muscle pain? Then come and visit us or ask all your questions online directly!