The Montreal is the first car cited in "My Dad wished he had one of those", ISBN 9780340 963241, published in 2008 by Hodder & Stoughton. model Yasmin Le Bon bought one, proving that her taste in cars was better than her taste in husbands." In 1992, Giorgio Nada Editore published a book about the Montreal by Luigi Giuliani (ISBN 8879110721) but this is now out of print. This volume is one of the "Cars that made History" series, some of which eventually appear in English translation, but Nada inform me that they do not have plans for an English version at present.
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 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.
After Vader's death, Luke ceremonially cremated his father's empty armor on the forest moon of Endor.
The armor encased Vader completely, creating a seal to protect his charred skin and lungs. Vader slowly learned to live with the isolation and anonymity that the suit imposed on him.
A well-illustrated 33-page booklet on the Alfa Romeo Montreal was published by De Agostini in the series "100 Anni di Italia in Automobile".
His suit followed an ancient Sith tradition, in which the warriors of the dark side of the Force would adorn themselves in heavy armor.
This not only adds to the unattractive nature of this problem through the growth of mould spores all over the place, but can also contribute to and cause numerous health and breathing issues.
The issue of condensation forming on the inside of a window is more normally associated with older single pane glazing where there is only one pane of glass between the inside and outside.
One strong contender is replacing the hot water rads, which are all those old baseboard "public school" style -- large metal boxes with dials on the front -- and seem to be several decades old, at least.
The boiler system seems to date from 2002 and has been inspected annually and seems to be, on cursory inspection, in good shape.