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Alfa Models in the USA

Since the question has come up a couple of times lately, I'll try to list the Alfa models since 1968 that were and weren't officially available in the United States. The year 1968 is critical for this discussion, as it's when new US laws governing emissions and safety gear came into effect. Before that year, if you owned it, you could import it to drive or sell, as long as you complied with a few local regulations, and it didn't much matter whether you were a private owner, a manufacturer, or a third party importer. After 1968, any new car sold in the US had to be certified as meeting national regulations, thereby requiring separate USA models for cars manufactured elsewhere, and pretty much precluding new car imports by anyone but manufacturers.

This is what Alfa Romeo officially brought us from 1968 to 1995:

 Car

USA
Model

  Remarks

Giulia 1600 Berlina (TI & Super)

No

Until 1967, then superseded by 1750

Giulia 1300 Berlina

No

 

1750 GTV, Spider and Berlina

Yes

1969 and 1971 model years only

2000 GTV and Berlina (105 chassis)

Yes

1972-74 only (SPICA injection)

2000 Spider (105 chassis)

Yes

1972-1994 (all FI: first SPICA, then Bosch)

GTV 1300 Jr.

No

 

Spider 1300 Jr.

No

 

Junior Zagato

No

 

Alfasud (all versions)

No

 

Giulia Nuova Super

No

 

Alfetta 1.8

No

 

Alfetta 2.0 Berlina

Yes

1975-79 (SPICA injection)

Alfetta GT and GTV 2.0

Yes

1975-79 (SPICA injection)

Nuova Giulietta

No

 

Alfa 6

No

 

Alfa 33 (all versions)

No

 

Sport Wagon

No

 

Alfa 90

No

 

GTV6

Yes

1981-86

Alfa 75

Yes

1987-89; 2.5 & 3.0 V6 only; badged as "Milano"

164

Yes

1991-95; 3.0 V6 only

1655

No

 

    -  Dana Loomis



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