Used Car of the Day: Alfa Romeo GTV6

Tim Healey
by Tim Healey

used car of the day alfa romeo gtv6

Today's UCOTD is an Alfa Romeo GTV6 with just under 80,000 miles on the clock, coming to us by way of Rochester, New York.

The owner says it runs and drives well and has been well-maintained, has little or no rust, and is all original except for an aftermarket exhaust.

If old Italian hatchbacks are your thing, this Alfa could be right for you.

Click here to check it out, the seller is asking $15,500.

[Images: Seller]

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  • Tommytipover Tommytipover on Jun 13, 2023

    I've always thought that was a great bodystyle...

  • Mikep Mikep on Jun 14, 2023

    I drove an 81 GTV6 in college around '89. It was a fabulous dependable car and pulled a LOT of attention. I just wasn't gonna be the guy to neglect it and dealer service (stuff like inboard brakes) was just too expensive. Had a couple years traded for a CRX Si. Have dailied two other Alfas 1972 Gtv2000 w spica and an 87 Milano. Only the Milano ever left me stranded blown clutch slave cylinder. They were all such fun cars

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  • Jbltg Rear bench seat does not match the front buckets. What's up?
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