Probably, among the classic cars, there is no sedan that is better read to sports modifications, and this example is the proof of this.
In fact, it was born as a 1300 TI and registered in Italy (it still bears the first original black plate) but since then it has come a long way: all the changes made have been applied to a solid body and practically free of rust, the car is in fact it was registered as new in southern Italy, characterized by a mainly dry and temperate climate.
Alloy wheels, springs and sport shock absorbers, Recaro seats but above all what matters is under the hood: the 1300 “Nord” Bialbero has been replaced by a 2-liter Twin Spark unit, powered by a pair of two-throat and capable carburettors. of 160 hp: these are “real” horsepower measured at the crankshaft, certainly not measured with the SAE standard. There are no real “racing” features like the roll-bar, let’s say it’s more of a hot-rod than a track beast. Find it for sale here in Grottazzolina, Italy, with bidding at $5,000 and reserve not met.