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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.

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.

User instructions for the optional air conditioning system were given in supplementary leaflets published in early 1972 (Publication No. Supplements to the Montreal owner manuals indicating how to install a radio were published in Italian (Publication No. 1850, 11/71, 3000 printed), English (Publication No.

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.

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).

The car illustrated (AR1425697) has been part of the Alfa Blue Team since November 1994.

Additional illustrations of Montreal bodies being fabricated at the Bertone plant at Caselle and painted and trimmed at Grugliasco were published in "Style Auto, Architettura della Carrozzeria", No. Shrink-wrapped back numbers of the hardcover English text version of this issue were available from La Libreria dell'Automobile for ITL 12,000 but are now difficult to find at a reasonable price.

The English translation is mediocre but the Italian text version is no longer available.

A technical analysis of the first T33 by Karl Ludvigsen was published in Road & Track, August 1967.

"Engineering Victory", a biography by Winston Goodfellow of T33 Project Manager Carlo Chiti, was published in the Nov/Dec 1996 edition of Vintage Motorsport. The Montreal production version of the T33 engine was developed by the team of Orazio Satta Puliga, to whom the Alfa Romeo Museum at Arese is now dedicated, and particularly by his assistant Giuseppe Busso.

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

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