A technical analysis of the first T33 by Karl Ludvigsen was published in Road & Track, August 1967."Engineering Victory", a biography by Winston Goodfellow of T33 Project Manager Carlo Chiti, was published in the Nov/Dec 1996 edition of Vintage Motorsport. The Montreal production version of the T33 engine was developed by the team of Orazio Satta Puliga, to whom the Alfa Romeo Museum at Arese is now dedicated, and particularly by his assistant Giuseppe Busso.Here is an example of the rear part of the side elevation.
The two-colour Alfa Romeo drawings include three elevations and a plan of the Montreal unitary chassis with engine, drive train and suspension.
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".
In addition to an article on the Montreal "Vera opera d'arte" (A True Work of Art), the publication contains a brief review of some of the events of 1973 and a very short biography of the Montreal's mechanical design engineer, the late Giuseppe Busso.
An error in the tolerance of the distributor contact-breaker gap (which should be ±0.03 mm) in the Italian and English owner manuals was corrected in the French and German versions.
In 1971 the Italian version of the Montreal owner manual could be purchased for USD 2.50.