The last car designed and released by Alfa Romeo before it as acquired by Fiat, the Alfa Romeo 75 is a compact executive class car that found great commercial success in its 7-year lifespan. The 75 was also very successful in motorsport as it raced in many European and Australian competitions.
Having been built for style and comfort, the Alfa Romeo 75 is a 4-door compact car marketed as the 75, Tip 161, and in America the Milano. The first three years of production saw over 230,000 sales and the last year of produc-tion finished a few thousand short of 400,000 vehicles built. The 75/Milano features several engine options from a 1.6 L I4 engine to the 3.0L V6 engine. The unique features of this car are depicted in its unique design structure with a transaxle schema for the gearbox, as well as a bolted crankshaft. The iconic car is perfect for a collector’s arsenal with its many unique quirks and features not seen on other cars at the time.