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2004 Alfa 166 3.2L V6 Manual Lusso For Sale

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  • £3,750 As stated
  • 2004
  • STAMFORD
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Price £3,750 As stated
Ad Type For Sale
Category Classic Cars
Make Alfa Romeo
Model 166
Year 2004
Mileage 116,000 miles
Country UK
Region Lincolnshire
Town STAMFORD
Telephone 07957 540007
Status Private
Date 10-Jun-2020
Ref C1234046
Ultra rare and desirable 3.2L V6 Manual in Lusso trim. Great condition inside and out. Drives well and sounds fantastic. All gadgets work, including air-con. Leather electric heated seats. 4 pirelli tyres. Cambelt and major refurb in 2017
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