1960 Fiat Abarth

Summary

  • Year of manufacture 
    1960
  • Mileage 
    2 431 km / 1 511 mi
  • Car type 
    Other
  • Drive 
    LHD
  • Condition 
    Used
  • Interior colour 
    Other
  • Location
  • Exterior colour 
    Other
  • Gearbox 
    Manual

Description

*Manufacturer: Zagato
*Body: Aluminum
*Power: 58 HP
*Engine: n. 221-578300
*Chassis: n. 100/121780410 
*Certification: FIVA 021386 of 8/04/2004 - ASI 20186 of 03/02/2004 - ABARTH CLASSICS n. 2016055°0 of 21/09/2016

The car is registered in Italy.

ONE OF ONLY TEN EXAMPLES BUILT
THE ONLY ONE CURRENTLY ON SALE
IT HAS ORIGINAL “FERGAT RECORD MONZA” RIMS - VERY RARE

History
Basically, a Fiat 600. It is one of the less popular versions of the small Turin coupé, built in a limited number of specimens to fall into the category of sports prototypes. In this case, the line is the work of the original hand of Carrozzeria Zagato.
The first of the 750 was presented in 1956, using as a basis one of the most common cars of the time: the Fiat 600. Zagato had customized the outfit and Abarth had everything underneath it: from the engine to the brakes, to the suspensions, without however, work on the chassis of the Fiat 600.
The result was a small road "bomb" capable of developing doubled power.
Thanks to the increase in bore and stroke, the engine went from 633 cc of the Fiat 600 to 747 cc of the Abarth version, followed by the modification of many other components, with the final result of increasing the maximum power from 23 to 44 HP. at 6.000 rpm and bringing the maximum speed to 153 km / h, a tangible record.
The 750 Abarth Zagato is the most important car of the “Scorpio” house. Thanks to this car, Abarth achieved countless victories and important speed records.
Above all, we remember the incredible feat of Monza: 207 KM / H; hence the name “Bialbero Record Monza”.
This car, thanks also to the insertion of the double overhead camshaft, guaranteed significantly better performance than the previous version and greater reliability

Our Fiat Abarth 750 bialbero
Our car has been completely restored by the Faralli body shop of Pisa, one of the most popular specialists of these cars, and the mechanics has been completely overhauled by Fallorno of Empoli, another Tuscan Abarth specialist.
A great deal of documentary evidence of the work carried out is available upon request for consultation.

Summary of the variants made to the 750cc 221 engine over the years:
* Increased displacement to 850cc with 220 type engine
* Engine base with bore diameter 62.5 mm
* Cylinder head gasket
* Motor shaft with 69 mm stroke
* Conrod complete with cap
* Piston diameter 62.5 mm
* Distribution command
* Abarth steel chain pinion
* Details of works carried out after 2018 are also available for consultation.
* The car is in excellent condition and has ASI Targa Oro, FIVA and Classic Abarth certification.
* Extensive documentation available on participation in tenders over the years.

A car ready to participate in historic races and rallies, to the great satisfaction of its next owner.
Today it is possible to see the car online, by arranging a call with one of our exprts, via Skype, Zoom, Whatsapp and Google Meet.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Vettura di facile restauro

Telaio e fondi in buone condizioni

Motore funzionante

Radiata d’ufficio con le sue targhe, facilmente re-immatricolabile con le sue targhe nere

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