1962 Abarth 1000 Bialbero
- 1000 Bialbero
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- Odometer (km)
- Body Style
- Matching Colors & Numbers
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- Manual 5 Speed
- ASI, FIVA
- Black, Original, Rome
Price upon application
Chassis nr. 1290/0242
Engine nr. ABA-229
Drive Rear Wheel Drive (RWD)
Power 104 CV
Gearbox Manual 5 Speed
4 brake disk
Top Speed 218 kph
ASI Certificate n. 53191
FIVA Certificate n. 077207
The Fiat Abarth 1000 Bialbero, more than others, highlights Carlo Abarth's skill into tuning cars.
It is in fact a proper race car: chassis and much of the parts are those of the Fiat 600, the popular utility vehicle of 1955.
The victories achieved in 1961 allowed Abarth to win the FIA GT Cup (a sort of World Championship for Gran Turismo cars) into the 700 cc and 1,000 cc categories.
A prestigious result, obtained with cars that are totally different from the original car which they came from.
The technical capabilities of the Abarth had led the starting construction scheme to an unimaginable development a few years earlier, making a real racing machine from a utility vehicle.
The Abarth 1000 Bialbero represented the last car (although it continued in the following years) obtainable from the Fiat 600.
- Cars with Italian, Rome license plates
- Spectacular body and mechanical condition
- Car with documented racing history
- Completely restored in compliance with the latest competition configuration according to the technical specs of the time
- Correct engine type
- Complete Jaeger instrumentation
- Original three-spoke wooden Abarth steering wheel
- Rollbar and seat belts
- Typical rear fenders for competitive purposes
- Front tires 4.50 x 13 and rear 5.50 x 13. Spare wheel
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