Alfa Romeo Montreal Apparel and Accessories by Legend Lines
Introduced in 1967 as a prototype at a 'styling exercise' at the 1967 Expo in Montreal. Marcello Gandini, from Bertone was responsible for the beautiful and elegant design. The Alfa Montreal was a technological flagship. It was innovative, impressive and expensive, but the response was phenomenal which drove Alfa Romeo to quickly create the production version which was introduced in 1970. The car featured radical details that separated it from its more pedestrian stable mates. Among these were headlight eyebrows that pivoted down only when needed to give the car a clean, menacing look with its headlights off, and a series of horizontal vents in the c-pillar that gave the illusion of a mid-engined car. These vents were, in reality, used for cabin ventilation.