Still bubbles: 1959 Abarth 750 by Zagato

This is a “technically” rare car but it is amazing how many examples of this model have been recovered in the last ten years, and some are still popping up. As we have indeed already written in the past, the historical (and therefore economic) revaluation of classic cars in general has meant that on the… Read More Still bubbles: 1959 Abarth 750 by Zagato

Racing pedigree: 1959 Abarth 750 Record Monza by Zagato

  As we have already pointed out more than once, there are many Abarths dressed by Zagato around, but few have what really matters. What really matters is the “jewel” branded Abarth: an angry double overhead camshaft engine that, in the competition version, could reach 75-80 hp, an impressive figure considering we are talking about… Read More Racing pedigree: 1959 Abarth 750 Record Monza by Zagato

Red flea: 1958 Abarth 750 Spyder by Allemano

There are many fans of the small Abarth, especially when they were produced in limited numbers and dressed by coachbuilders like Allemano: the seller says also that this car has been published in the book “Abarth Guide” (1984) by Al Cosentino. This is one of his creations, based on the humble (but solid and effective) frame… Read More Red flea: 1958 Abarth 750 Spyder by Allemano