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.
(top) Alfa Romeo Montreal service carnets were printed in several languages (Libretto di Servizio, Service Coupon Book, Carnet de Service, Kundendienst Scheckheft) by Arti Grafiche Milanesi in March-June 1971. These little carnets contained the following items: 7 coupons for the subsequent services at 6000 km intervals from 12000 to 48000 km.
The operations effected in these services were specified on the back of the part of the coupon which is removed by the dealer.
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.
However, Australian Alfista Malcolm Street has made an excellent translation into English of the entire text of Luigi Giuliani's book including figure captions. This remarkable work, undertaken by an amateur as a part-time project while learning Italian, complements the original text and illustrations and opens the book to the wider English-language readership.
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.
Today originals in mint condition fetch over USD 100.
Reproductions of the English version are available from Mercian Manuals for GBP 16.76.