Alfa Romeo Montreal: The dream car that came true (ISBN 1845842189) is a 208-page introductory pictorial tribute to the Montreal with over 575 illustrations. The book has now sold out, but copies are still available from Amazon and some other booksellers.
Alfa Romeo Montreal: The Essential Companion (ISBN 1845841581) is a comprehensive 320-page technical bible for Montreal owners or potential owners.
The inclusive price was about EUR 1100 per team, and to avoid VAT having to be charged registered participants were sent an invoice from Crowner's Foundation about two months before the meeting.
Here are some photos from the 2017 Montreal meeting: Bernhard Schalbetter, who created the Montreal Register Europa in 1987, died from cancer in 2001 at the age of 71.
The meeting hotel was the 4-star Hotel der Valk Rotterdam-Ridderkerk, which was centrally located for the scheduled events, has a secure parking, and is readily accessible by motorway.
A preliminary programme for the meeting was made available in five languages.
It has sold out, but a Classic Reprint with some amendments is now available from Veloce Publishing (ISBN 1845848241).
Very successful international meetings for Montreal enthusiasts have been held in various European countries every year since 1987.
There was a sight-seeing tour of Rotterdam, visits to the Louwman Car Museum and a Heineken brewery, lunch on the SS Rotterdam, and a gala dinner cruise on the 1926 SS de Majesteit paddle steamer.
In May 2017, 20 Montreals attended a meeting of Francophone owners in the region of Angoulême in Charente, France.
In 2018, a similar meeting will be held on 5 to 8 May in Sarthe, home of the 24 Hours of Le Mans racing circuit. (top) The 31st meeting, which was organised by John van Eijnsbergen (Tel 31 653 749 949) and Arno Weiss in the area of Rotterdam from 14 to 17 September 2017, was attended by 82 people with 35 Montreals and 6 other Alfa Romeo cars.
At least 4 Montreals attended the 2007 AROC National Convention which was held in Detroit, Michigan, from 1 to 5 August. ), Alfa offered the Montreal in a range of flamboyant body colours.
The participation was organized by Jimmy Cornet, who brought his Montreal from Montreal, Canada, to the event and received an award for it. One colour chart included the finishes offered for the Montreal and the GT Zagato.