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  • RefCode: TA1084683
  • Make: FIAT
  • Model: DINO
  • Derivative: Spider 2.4
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,971
  • Mileage (Miles): 59,030
  • Mileage (KM): 95,000
  • Colour: Blue
  • RHD/LHD: LHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Currency: GBP

1971 Fiat Dino Spider 2.4 Restored Condition PRICE REDUCTION

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  • RefCode: TA1136172
  • Make: FIAT
  • Model: ABARTH
  • Derivative: 750 RECORD MONZA BIALBERO
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,959
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A
  • Currency: EUR
  • Auction: 27th Oct 2018 - Bonhams - The Padua Auction

?Rare and desirable Bialbero (Twin-cam) version ?Comprehensively restored by Faralli ?Abarth Classiche certified ?Registered in Italy An innovative concern with a sporting pedigree second to none, Abarth branched out from producing induction and exhaust systems into selling performance kits for - mainly FIAT - production cars, later building a succession of aerodynamically stylish sports prototypes and limited-series production cars, many of which were produced in conjunction with Carrozzeria Zagato. One of Carlo Abarth's most successful series of GT cars was based on the FIAT 600, the first of these handsome little Zagato-bodied coups - the 750 - appearing in 1956. Although the 750 was production based, the customer had such freedom of choice, including engine specification, that it is rare to find two identical cars. The 600 chassis was used with scant modification apart from changing spring rates and up-rating the front brakes to twin-leading-shoe operation, yet despite this apparent handicapcoped remarkably well with the Abarth's greatly increased performance. The latter was achieved by boring and stroking the 600's 633cc four-cylinder engine to 747cc and modifying or replacing just about every other component, the result being an increase in maximum power from 23bhp at 4,000rpm to 44bhp at 6,000 revs. Tested by The Autocar magazine in 1958, the Abarth Zagato 750 GT scorched through the standing quarter-mile in 20 seconds on its way to maximum speed of 95mph (153km/h), outstanding figures for such a small-engined car. The next stage of development saw the 750 equipped with an Abarth-designed double-overhead-camshaft cylinder head that helped liberate 47bhp from the tiny engine, models thus equipped being dubbed 'Bialbero' (Twin-cam). Abarth's diminutive coups were soon dominating the small-capacity classes in international GT racing. Indeed, in North American SCCA events the 1.0-litre Abarth was obliged to compete against rivals displacing up to 3.8 litres and still proved capable ofwinning! This beautiful example of Abarth's baby GT car has the rare Bialbero engine. The Abarth was comprehensively restored by renowned Italian coachbuilders Faralli of Pisa, Tuscany some 10 years ago, while the overhaul of the mechanicals was entrusted to the Abarth specialist Fallorno of Empoli, again in Tuscany. Such was the quality of their work that not only is the car still beautiful condition today, it comes with the ASI Targa Oro and the sought-after Abarth Classiche certification. These little Abarths were giant-killers in their time, especially when equipped with the rare and more powerful Bialbero engine like this example.

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