Fiberglass was the main material used (steel was used as well) for the body of this car which was built in order to provide clients with a cheap but funny vehicle.
Indeed this car weighs only 1,400 lbs and, although the 43 hp of the 850 cc Fiat engine are not much, they are enough to move this car quite quickly. Then, if you’re still not satisfied, an engine swap with a 900cc Abarth unit from an Autobianchi A112 will give you 70 hp and that is where the fun begins.
This particular car is said to be a pre-series car with perspex widows and it has been fuly restored: body, interiors, engine and every other mechanical component including the Mille Miglia mag wheels which actually shine like new. By the way: the seller says also th engine has been tuned with the adoption of a two throat Weber carburetor and some special parts. Find it for sale at €39,000 (today $44,000) here in Agazzano, Italy.