The 1959 Fiat Abarth 750 Zagato Coupe was born of a collaboration between Abarth and Fiat.Throughout his professional life, Carlo Abarth (1908-1979) won acclaim for wringing great amounts of performance from cars with tiny engines.
1959 Fiat Abarth 750 Record Monza GT Zagato. Chassis #706188 Zagato body number #100 Date of Production (according to the Registry of Italian Oddities) is 24.11.59. Extensive restoration of a seasoned VSCCA vintage racecar, owned and raced for 30 years by the seller. Complete mechanical restoration including fresh, correct 750 engine.Transmission: Manual
1959 Abarth 750 GT Zagato. ... This 1959 Fiat Abarth 750 Zagato was offered for sale at the 2007 Blackhawk Collection exhibit held at the Pebble Beach Concours where it was priced at $125,000. This car is an elegant automobile with the famous Zagato bubble top and rear engine cooling ports. The car is finished in white with blue racing stripes ...
The pairing of Abarth and Zagato can be simply described as a match made in heaven and excitement is sure to be high when the 1959 Fiat-Abarth 750 GT ‘Double Bubble’ goes under the hammer with RM Sotheby’s.Carlo Abarth’s genius in turning Fiat’s low-displacement engines in true pocket rockets was known the world over, as was Zagato’s capacity for creating ultra-lightweight and ...
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Unique of the Week: 1959 Fiat Abarth 750 Zagato by Jay Traugott Classic Cars / Comments Despite its compact dimensions, the Fiat Abarth 750 Zagato is an extremely rare and beautiful sports car ...Author: Jay Traugott
Abarth offered their 750 cc derivative of the Fiat 600 both with the original ("Berlina") bodywork and with more slippery bodywork from others. Most famous is the aerodynamic Zagato-bodied range of Abarth 750 cars. As a footnote, failing Fiat modifiers Siata were owned by Abarth from 1959 until 1961.
May 28, 2014 · Long before this official relationship began, one of the first performance vehicles built by Abarth on a Fiat platform was the car you see here – the 1959 Fiat-Abarth 750 Zagato. With the chassis built by Fiat, the body designed by Zagato and the engine/transmission built by Fiat, the 750 is one of the most thoroughly Italian cars ever created.
Lambretta even held several 125cc Motorcycle land speed records during the 1950s thanks partly to the exhaust that Abarth developed for them. Abarth also helped build sports or racing cars with Porsche and Simca. One of the more legendary Abarth Race cars is the Record Monza with coachwork by Zagato.
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Extensive restoration of a seasoned VSCCA vintage race car/show car owned for 30 years by the seller and perfectly maintained.Complete mechanical restoration including fresh, correct 750 engine.Fresh paint in red on a corrosion free body and rust free chassis.Original Zagato interior.I purchased the car in 1985 with approximately 13,000 ...
In the 1950s and well into the 1960s, a sports car of exceptionally light weight and with capabilities far out of proportion to its small-displacement engine was fondly referred to as a "giant killer." With its aluminum double-bubble Zagato body, this sub-1,200-lbs. 750 GT is one of about 600 originally produced by
French registration Chassis # 476565 - A rare and original model - Faithful to its 1965 configuration - Unusual sporting history This Fiat-Abarth bodied by Allemano, was purchased in May 1965, by Franck Hartl, from North Lake (Illinois, USA), who used it in competition. Great vintage pictures bear witness to this period when the car was involved in many club races in the