1958 Fiat Abarth 750 Record Monza Zagato In 1958, Abarth updated their small ‘750 GT Zagato’ racecar and renamed it ‘750 Record Monza Zagato’. The biggest upgrade was a new DOHC cylinder head that was specially designed for the Fiat 600D engine. As early as 1956, Abarth had already built up a reputation as a ...
In 1958, Abarth updated their small ‘750 GT Zagato’ racecar and renamed it ‘750 Record Monza Zagato’. This was done to honor the results achieved a year earlier with the record breaking car. The extreme light and aerodynamically aluminum bodywork was made by famous Carrozzeria Zagato giving the car a dry weight of 1,145 lb.
This 1958 Fiat Abarth 750 GT Zagato spent its early years as a racer and disassembled project before a lengthy restoration was commenced in the late 1980s. The car has spent the past six years with the seller, who became its sixth owner in late 2011 and brought it …
Description for Fiat 1958: Abarth 750 Zagato Corsa (Chassis #399 381, ngine #643 622) This car has a 41.5 HP, 47 cc inline four-cylinder engine, wo-barrel Weber carburetor, our-speed manual transmission, ndependent upper wishbone with transverse leaf spring in the front, oil springs and swing axle rear suspension, nd four-wheel drum brakes.
Dec 08, 2008 · The only thing I see remotely related to an Abarth 750 engine (or the year 1958) would be the Fiat 600/D coolant outlet pipe seen on the top/right corner of the engine, though the Abarth 750 unit often had a temp sensor installed (for the temp gauge). So Lescol, what's the real story on this? 4,000Euros is a hefty price for a Fiat 850 engine!
All specifications, performance and fuel economy data of Fiat Abarth 750 Spider Allemano (31.5 kW / 43 PS / 42 hp), edition of the year 1958 since mid-year 1958 for Europe , including acceleration times 0-60 mph, 0-100 mph, 0-100 km/h, 0-200 km/h, quarter mile time, top speed, mileage and fuel economy, power-to-weight ratio, dimensions, drag coefficient, etc.
May 14, 2019 · The tiny 500 goes from pipsqueak to badass as the hot-rod Abarth, the heart of which is a raucous 160-hp turbocharged four-cylinder. ... Review, Pricing, and Specs . Starting at. $21,790 est.2.5/5
Mechanical: The engine appears to be a 600D unit and is fitted with the proper 750 Abarth carb, hand fabricated Abarth intake manifold, air cleaner, proper water outlet, special Abarth mechanical tach drive under distributor. It starts and runs quietly, and performs well when warm with no unusual noises.
The Fiat-Abarth 750 is a compact sporting series of automobiles manufactured by the Italian manufacturing firm Abarth & C. of Turin, Italy in the 1950s and 1960s. The cars used the floorpan and often the bodywork of the Fiat 600 but were fitted with Abarth's modified engines. Abarth also offered a number of bodyworks by other designers for the 750 and its derivatives, most famously Zagato but ...
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RM Paris 2015 Preview – 1958 Fiat-Abarth 750GT Double Bubble Coupé by Zagato February 17, 2019, 7 pm December 26, 2014, 7 pm by Tom Burkart Almost all Italian cars from the 1950s are charming — but few are as ridiculously cute and cool as this 750GT Double Bubble.