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Fiat Abarth cars for sale

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  • Fiat - Abarth 850 OT replica - 1966

    €17,500 - €22,750 est. (£15,632.75 - £20,322.58 est.) €17,500 - €22,750 est. (£15,632.75 - £20,322.58 est.)
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    Auction Date: 01 Jan 1970
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  • 1973 Fiat Abarth 850 OT

    £13,495 £13,495

    This Fiat 850 was built by MBG to a high specification. The car benefits from a rust free and very straight bodyshell, Abarth spec suspension, front disc brakes, MBG Campagnolo 5.5x13 wheels,‘Hot’ 903 engine built by MBG and based on a factory new engine (Abarth exhaust, Abarth OE sump, sport camshaft etc), Abarth Jaeger instruments and bucket seats. An opportunity to acquire a rare and fast ‘OT’ which looks the part and goes very well, especially when you use the jaunty Italian airhorns!

    • Year: 1973
    For sale
  • 1971 Fiat Abarth 695SS

    £24,995 £24,995

    A street legal LHD Abarth based on a re-shelled Radbourne car. The car has been in the current ownership of Peter Dixon for many years and has competed at Prescott, Crystal Palace etc. - it was never the slowest car but always the smallest! The car is equipped with original Abarth Jaeger instruments, full roll-cage and an MBG built engine. The engine specification includes OE Abarth inlet manifold, camshaft and oil sump – a powerful and reliable machine. In stunning red with white detail and 75,377kms on the clock

    • Year: 1971
    For sale
  • 1967 Fiat Abarth TC Berlina Corsa


    (SOLD) This 1967 Fiat Abarth TC Berlina Corsa was discovered by the previous owner as part of an estate. A two-year search ensued to locate appropriate parts to begin a rebuild, aided by information from Al Cosentino, a noted authority who was once an Abarth importer and racer. As completed, the car is fitted with a high performance 1050cc Abarth engine, said to deliver 110hp at the 8,000rpm redline. It puts that power down through a 5-speed Abarth transmission and a limited slip close-ratio differential. An Abarth remote oil filter works with the front-mounted oil cooler and Abarth radiator to keep things cool at speed, and Girling disc brakes haul it down when needed. Koni shocks and Campagnolo Abarth wheels, 6-inch in the front and 8-inch in rear keep things nailed down around corners as does the evolutionary rear engine hatch, which acts as a fixed spoiler. Sitting behind the wheel, the original 1967 instruments can be seen in the factory binnacle, while a few additional modern gauges to monitor all engine systems have been sensitively mounted atop and below the dashboard. Having raced at VARA events at Las Vegas and Buttonwillow, as well as in HSR events at Las Vegas and Phoen

    • Year: 1967
    For sale
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