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(top) (Quattroruote, 1972): Maximum speed 224 km/h. Bright orange (AR601/602) was a popular choice in the early sunshine years, ordered more frequently than classic Italian red (AR521).

In accordance with Håkan's wishes, this Bernhard Schalbetter Memorial Trophy is awarded each year to the owner who has driven his Montreal the longest distance (excluding any ferry crossings, transporter shipping stages, etc) to participate in the annual European Montreal meeting. Delmas Greene prepared a presentation of the provisional plan (5MB pdf).

Although they are relatively rare in North America, 12 Montreals participated in the meeting. Pre-convention Alfa driving tours began in Kingston Ontario on Monday 10 July, and ended at the hotel in Montreal on Wednesday 12 July in the afternoon.

It has sold out, but a Classic Reprint with some amendments is now available from Veloce Publishing (ISBN 1845848241).

In the early evening, there was a traditional meal at a rustic maple syrup making farm. On Friday 14 July, there was a special Montreal Owners brunch at 10h00, followed by a fun 'Gimmick Rally', set to include many of the wonderful landmarks of Montreal, including a (slow speed) driving tour of the Formula One track, several great photo opportunities, and both city and country driving.

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.

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.