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 Sportwagon was originally sold to the Sainsbury family by Lombarda Alfa dealers. It is in truly amazing condition for a 1991 Alfa, having covered just 45000 miles from new with no signs of rust or any accident damage. You will struggle to find a nicer 33 anywhere in the country. it comes with lots of paperwork including a motoring magazine article written about this very car and a fresh MOT will be done for the new owner.