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1994 Alfa Romeo Zagato Roadster by Vilner

Bulgarian tuner, Vilner, is one of those aftermarket companies that rarely follows conformity. That’s a good thing because, in terms of being unique and against the grain, it’s one of the best in the business.

So it’s not surprising that its latest program is for a sports car that’s about 20 years old: the legendary Alfa Romeo Zagato Roadster.

The two-seat convertible was produced from 1992 until 1994 with only 284 of the 350 planned units being realized. So yeah, when it comes to Alfa Romeo exclusivity, the Zagato Roadster is head and shoulders above the rest.

In order to restore the limited edition sports car back to its shiny opulence, Vilner fully serviced the sports car, cleaning and restoring the car’s body, chassis and engine. The body of the Zagato Roadster was first dressed in a red matte finish, a shade that pays homage to Alfa Romeo’s sister brand, Ferrari.

From there, Vilner replaced all the seals that needed replacing while also creating a new hood for the sports car. Equally important was the work the Bulgarian tuner did on the sports car’s interior, rebuilding and equipping the cabin with a new dashboard, center console, steering wheel, door panels and floor mats. Even the seats were restored to their former glory, which goes to show the lengths Vilner went to bring back the iconic sports car.

Under its hood, the Zagato Roadster comes powered with a restored stock 3.0-liter V-6 engine that produces 210 horsepower at 6,200 rpm and 181 pound-feet of torque at 4,500 rpm.



6 comments:

I love the reddish color of the 1994 Alfa Romeo Zagato Roadster. It makes the color red more bloody and very unique. I just hope they will be able to have successful upgrade in the future and they will be able to make more units so that many car enthusiast will be able to buy it.

Nice but not very powerful car, but can I ask from a "92 vehicle, right?

When I hear Vilner, all that comes into my mind is awesome. I couldn’t believe it when I heard they’re bulgarian.

Well done! I like the fact that they restored almost everything. I like the car.

Guys, you have all my appreciation for your work. Very good job!

I like their presentation for this car with that plane around it, both red.

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