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A 1972 Montreal is one of the 12 cars featured in "alfazioso" by Gianfilippo Salvetti, published in November 1998 by Fucina Edizioni (Italian and English text, ITL 80,000).

1851, 12/71, 1600 printed) and German (Publication No. The Montreal owner documents were supplied in a synthetic pouch on which "Alfa Romeo" is printed in gilt lettering of mediocre quality.Many classic car books such as "Supercars of the Seventies", ISBN 0-600-38415-2, published in 1979 by Hamlyn, include a few pages on the Alfa Romeo Montreal.In "Dream Cars: The Best Cars in the World", published in 1997 by George Weidenfeld & Nicolson, author Andrew Frankel includes the Montreal in his catalogue of the 50 most desirable cars in the history of motoring.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.A well-illustrated 33-page booklet on the Alfa Romeo Montreal was published by De Agostini in the series "100 Anni di Italia in Automobile".

In addition to an article on the Montreal "Vera opera d'arte" (A True Work of Art), the publication contains a brief review of some of the events of 1973 and a very short biography of the Montreal's mechanical design engineer, the late Giuseppe Busso.

Here is an example of part of the side elevation showing the engine.

The Bertone black-and-white drawings show the corresponding views of the Montreal body with numerous profiles.

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.

In January 1992 Giorgio Nada Editore published the well-illustrated 416-page book "Bertone" by Luciano Greggio, ISBN 8879110667, Italian/English text, ITL 180,000. A beautifully illustrated "Nuccio Bertone Portfolio" was published in English and Italian as a supplement to the September-October 1989 edition (Vol. 5) of the periodical "La Manovella e Ruote a Raggi".