Alfa Romeo Giulia Super 1.3 | 1965
Don’t let the boxy aesthetic fool you - the Alfa Romeo Giulia had a lower drag coefficient than the Porsche 911 of its day. Adopted as the patrol car of choice in much of Italy, the Giulia was a lightweight, compact sedan, and relatively affordable. Twin-cam four-cylinder engine, tachometer, and disc brakes all around. And it’s all still there 47 years later, enough to make you green with envy.
Street-parked in the Mission. San Francisco, CA.