In the 90s, when a car produced in western Europe was a symbol of wealth in Poland, Alfa Romeo bought in a showroom meant a real avant-garde. Famous artists and sportsmen drove Alfa’s and modern engines gave the Italian limousines above-average performance. Although this car is already 25 years old, it has driven only tens of thousands of kilometers on Polish roads and its condition is closer to new cars than to most of its peers. Her condition and beautiful angular shapes have already brought her several awards at meetings of the brand’s fans. Spartan equipment reminds us how the automotive industry has changed at that time – there is no air conditioning and no electric windows on board. The 90s vibe is completed by period tuning: an exhaust from the Italian brand Supersprint with a hexagonal tip. The racing 155 dominated the touring cars competition, and in 1993 it even won the DTM. It is a pity that the current position of the Alfa Romeo brand, both in terms of market share and technical innovation, is so drastically weaker than its German competitors.
|Engine||2,0l R4 TS 16V|
|v max||224 kph|