Although Alfa Romeo was once a marque known for its soulful designs and driver-focused performance, these days, it’s little more than a shell of its former glory. Sure, models like the 4C and the Giulia have helped the Italian automaker rediscover some of its brand identity, but for many high-octane enthusiasts, the Alfa they grew to love is no more.
Pictured before you is a 1987 75 Turbo Evoluzione, a car considered by many to be the last “true” Alfa Romeo ever made. One of just 500 units produced, it comes in excellent condition with a completely restored interior, factory-original components, and an all-new exhaust setup. Under the hood, it boasts the first supercharged engine Alfa built for the masses, a punchy little 1.8L inline-4 good for a 155hp output, a 7.6-second 0-62 sprint, and a top speed of 137mph. When you consider that it’s being offered with just 46,000 miles on the clock, the result is a rare opportunity to own a pristine example of Italian automotive pedigree. You can buy it for $103,000 at the link below.