The manufacturer of competing cars Gian Paolo Dallara made between 1973 and 1978, according to the Fiat, some tens of X 1/9 elaborated according to the regulations of Group 5 (Silhouette cars). Inspired by one of these specimens, it is proposed a newly restored replica of Dallara Icsunonove made on the basis of Fiat X 1/9 Five Speed 1500 of 1979. Aesthetically it is characterized, like the Dallara Icsunonove, for the wheel arches widened to mount larger wheels, a rear aileron and a retractable front bezel. The car is equipped with the FIA FIA updated in 2015 and therefore already complies with the new ACI-CSAI regulations to run uphill or track. The benchmark chart in 2016, when the engine was completely re-engineered, has a power of 186.8 hp at 7570 rpm. From the restoration, only 3 chronoscale were made (engine and gearbox are therefore pretty new). The engine was made by Judges at Berzo-Demo (BS) and was completely prepared with pistons, head machining, camshaft, Kugelfischer injection. The gearbox is a Bacci last type with the ability to change 3, 4 and 5 by pushing the rapport as in prototypes. The machine mounts the Belli Racing Arms all with new Uniball and mounts a dual pump pump and Willwood racing disc with hydraulic handbrake. It was just finished with bodywork and is ready to run (fire extinguisher revised for 2 years. Only seats and belts expire in late 2017 so they will be changed). As spare parts there are 4 circles and one half-axle. A car ready to have fun with a non-binding figure.