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Red shift/2: 1964 Abarth OT 1000 Berlina

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The Abarth OT 1000s based on the Fiat 850 sedan are perhaps the rarest (if we exclude the special models of the 50s), and finding one for sale is not a trivial event. Many of the ones in view are … Continue reading

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Merzario signature: 1970 Abarth 1300 Scorpione SS

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And here is another Scorpione with a bodywork designed by Francis-Lombardi and, once again, it is a SS. We are in fact amazed because the SS version is very rare, and when we write “a lot” it means – if … Continue reading

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Halfway restoration: 1961 Abarth 1600 Spider by Allemano

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The seller of this very special car is a long-time user of alfabb.com, on which there is a long thread dedicated to this car designed by Michelotti. It is an Abarth 1600 Spider built by Allemano, one of the few … Continue reading

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Folk hero: 1967 Abarth OT 1000 Coupé

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The car published yesterday was described by its seller with very few words and only one picture. This Abarth OT 1000 too is described with few words but, at least, has several photos. We do not know if it is … Continue reading

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Compasso d’Oro: 1961 Abarth 1000 Bialbero Record Monza

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The Abarth 1000 Bialbero Record Monza is also known by experts as “Compasso d’Oro” (gold compass) which is, in Italy, the highest honor given to a designer for his work. Ercole Spada received the Compasso d’Oro thanks to the design … Continue reading

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Yellow bug: 1959 Abarth 750 Record Monza

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Let’s end this “Abarth week” with a little princess: a rare Record Monza. Rare not just because it’s rare in itself, but because this particular car is one of the very few cars still pushed by the original twin cam … Continue reading

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Sperimentale: 1964 Abarth Monomille

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This Abarth called “Monomille” – the name is for “mono”, that is the single camshaft, and “mille” that is 1,000 c.c. displacement – is said to be an experimental car, and the first owner was Abarth & C. So the … Continue reading

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Fair price: 1961 Cisitalia-Abarth 850 Spyder by Allemano

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“Spyder” is not a typo: actually we’ve checked the period sale brochure and, indeed, Cisitalia called these open cars “Spyder”, just like the Porsche 550 RS. Strange indeed. Back to this particular car, we suspect that this could be the … Continue reading

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Invest in gold/2: 1961 Cisitalia-Abarth 850 Coupé by Allemano

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Did you ever see a car radio integrated in the rear view mirror? We didn’t, so this is the first time; however that’s not the only interesting aspect of this Cisitalia 850 Coupé. This is one of the few Cisitalia-Argentina … Continue reading

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Unbeatable conditions: 1970 Abarth 1300 Scorpione SS

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In the early seventies, to cutting edge of the Abarth family was the Scorpione produced in three different versions: “OT1300/124”, S and SS. This car has the SS badge, and that means that this is one of the six SS … Continue reading

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