Alfa 33, like Alfasud's ancestor, was a generous car that combined a relatively low volume of just 15 tax horses, crowned it like the Alpha for everyone who brought the younger audience to Alfa and spread the Viruses: many of the former Alfasud and Alfa 33 users were then happy owners of the most expensive Alfa 75 and Alfa 164. Alfa 33 and Alphaud have both been technologically and commercially important for the Biscuit brand more than It was then thought: they played a fundamental role in the alienation of the people, so that not only performance and a guessed design, but also the affordable capacity, consecrated its remarkable success.
The Alfa 33 was assembled in Pomigliano d'Arco and was a great success: between 1983 and 1995 almost one million specimens were produced, making it the second most sold car in the history of Alfa Romeo after The Alfasud (which exceeded the million specimens produced).
The version we propose is Restyling, released in 1986 with new chrome identification plates, front and rear (white and red) indicator lights (with white and red transparent instead of orange / white and red), the new horizontal truss more Wide and with the new scudetto, the bumpers repaired and the thin minisons extended. But the real innovations were inside, which had been completely redesigned: the tormented dashboard gave way to a more conventional, linear design interrupted only by the compact dome (fixed in the first version was mobile with the steering wheel) of the instrumentation, identical to That of previous series, but better readable. It also changed the steering wheel, which lost the curious "cushion", while the linings and the door panels became more "important". This 1988 car has only 84,000 Km of original originally preserved carpet has still traces of carpet protection cellophane carpet carpets. A car near to the age of 30 (in 2018) can be the car for the young enthusiast looking for a reliable historic car to be able to use even for medium and long haul. Excellent on mountain routes thanks to the power of the 86 horses and the front wheel drive, it drives safely and the mechanics guarantee a typical reliability of the Alfa Romeo boxer engine.
The Alfa 33 was a successor to the Alfa Sud launched in the 1980's and designed by Pininfarina powered by a lovely flat 4, 4 cam engine with 16 valves and multi point fuel injection this '1.7 16V' was the ultimate incarnation of Alfa's sweet little boxer engine producing 138 bhp when new. This particular .....
Alfa 33 1.7 16v cloverleaf 4 (permanent 4wd) :maximum expression of the alfa romeo boxer technology , the end of the "alfasud" era.
this concrete 33 had only one owner ,a woman from turin born in 1942.
completely original without tuning or modifications.
full history service stamped on his records .....
For sale, an Alfa Romeo 33 1.7 16v Quadrifoglio Verde.
Very good car with 147000 Km on the clocks.
Full description and detailed pictures available by request.
The car is located in Portugal. You can get a low cost flight. I will pick up at the Airport to check the car. I can help with transport.
For sale an Alfa Romeo 33 1.5 BlueLine (905A2V) - rare edition.
The car is from 1989 and shows 125893 Km on the clocks.
The interior is in very good condition. The engine in ready to make a long travel. The body has some surface rust at some points.
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Introduced in 1983, the Alfa Romeo 33 was an immediate success, mainly because of it’s italian design and by presenting itself as a modern car to survive the ‘frenetic’ 80’s. The most interesting about about this car is the traditional characteristic that has always existed in this ‘transalpine’ brand, .....
Very very rare Alfa Romeo 33 Giardinetta 4x4 estate for sale, almost certainly the only one taxed and tested and recently MoT'd in the UK and probably beyond.
A rare car when new, this is now almost unique.
I've had this 33 as part of my collection of the interesting and unusual for getting on .....
Alfa Romeo 33 1.5 Boxer 4C Hatchback - 1986 - D (Reg) - Green Metallic
Unique chance to own this Very Rare Appreciating Classic - with Genuine 65150 miles (will go up as in light use)
MOT'd until 15th December 2018
Very very rare, this may be the only 1.5C Boxer engine Alfa 33 Mk1 left in the UK