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The Montreal is the first car cited in "My Dad wished he had one of those", ISBN 9780340 963241, published in 2008 by Hodder & Stoughton. model Yasmin Le Bon bought one, proving that her taste in cars was better than her taste in husbands." In 1992, Giorgio Nada Editore published a book about the Montreal by Luigi Giuliani (ISBN 8879110721) but this is now out of print. This volume is one of the "Cars that made History" series, some of which eventually appear in English translation, but Nada inform me that they do not have plans for an English version at present.However, Australian Alfista Malcolm Street has made an excellent translation into English of the entire text of Luigi Giuliani's book including figure captions. This remarkable work, undertaken by an amateur as a part-time project while learning Italian, complements the original text and illustrations and opens the book to the wider English-language readership.
The operations effected in these services were specified on the back of the part of the coupon which is removed by the dealer.The reproduction is of good quality apart from the wiring diagram, which has been scaled down by 65%, making the wire gauge and cable colour codes largely illegible. A 17-page "Air Conditioning System" manual (Publication No.A reproduction manual can also be supplied for USD 44.95 by Voss Motors. A CD-ROM with a scan of the French owner manual can be supplied by Raoul Helfen. 1969, 1000 printed in October 1972) gives general directions for checking and recharging the system which are applicable to the units fitted to the Montreal, 2000 and Alfetta.Pat's book "Alfa Romeo Giulia: History and Restoration", ISBN 0879385294, published in 1991 by Motorbooks International, Osceola, Wisconsin, also includes a few pages on the Montreal.Copies are available from dealers in out-of-print books and a new revised edition should be published shortly.The entertaining and informative "Alfa Romeo Owner's Bible" by the late Pat Braden, ISBN 0837607078, published in 1994 by Robert Bentley, Cambridge, Massachusetts, although containing few specific references to the Montreal, contains a great deal of relevant material.
It is available from automobile bookshops everywhere.
An error in the tolerance of the distributor contact-breaker gap (which should be ±0.03 mm) in the Italian and English owner manuals was corrected in the French and German versions.
In 1971 the Italian version of the Montreal owner manual could be purchased for USD 2.50.
Here are a few other links to websites for books, manuals, magazines, the Montreal forum and the Alfa Digest: The Road & Track articles are available in "Road & Track on Alfa Romeo, 1971-1976", ISBN 0-946-489-78-5, published in 1989 by Brooklands Books, Cobham, Surrey, UK.
Back numbers of many of the other magazines are still available from their publishers, with the exception of "Motor", "Thoroughbred & Classic Cars" and the February 1989 edition of "Classic and Sports Car" (which has only a very short article).
This issue of the periodical contains as an insert a folded 48 x 69 cm sheet reproducing a set of scale Alfa Romeo drawings on one side and Bertone drawings on the other.