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Abarth Celebrates Its 70Th Anniversary. Carlo Abarth (1908-1979) founded Abarth %26 C. on 31 March 1949 Abarth established as a genuine automotive legend with record-breaking cars, revolutionary tuning kits and race victories Ten world rec...
The result of the project was the 1959 Abarth 750 Record Monza (also known as a Monza Record), developed specifically to break speed records and race in the under-750 cc classes. The Record Monza bodies were made of hand-formed aluminum, which helped keep the car’s curb weight to a trim 1,257 lbs.
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
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 ...
How much horsepower does a 1960 Abarth 850 Record Monza have? The 1960 Abarth 850 Record Monza has 71 PS / 70 bhp / 52 kW horsepower. How much does a Abarth 850 Record Monza weighs? The Abarth 850 Record Monza weighs 570 Kg / 1257 lbs. What is the top speed of a Abarth 850 Record Monza? The Abarth 850 Record Monza top speed is 190 Km/h / 118 mph.Manufacturer: Abarth
Fiat-Abarth 750/850 "Bialbero"/"Dual Cam Record Monza" (Zagato), 1958-1960 The 750 GT was the perfect entry level car for “Gentlemen Racers”, who could drive to the track, win their class and drive home, and it quickly became the core of Abarth’s business.
The Abarth 695 Biposto Record celebrates the historic acceleration record that Karl Abarth achieved at Monza in 1965. The perfect combination of performance, Italian style and attention to detail, only 133 units will be produced: one for each record achieved by Abarth during its long and successful history.
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 prepared Fiat Group's rally cars like Fiat 124 Abarth and 131 Abarth. In the 80s Abarth name was mainly used to mark performance Fiats like Fiat Ritmo Abarth 130 TC. The name was almost forgotten in 1990s and in 2000s it was used like a trim/model level on …
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Abarth 850 Record Monza Bialbero 1960 Rosso For Sale Very rare 850 Bialbero Zagato. Racing history when new in Canada Complete ownership history from new. Refreshed 20 years ago and still in nice condition, ready to enjoy. The first owner was Fiat Canada and they raced the car in 1960 and 1961.
'Record Monza' – 'RM' would become an enamelled badge of honour on future Fiat-Abarth models such as the Bialbero Coupé offered here. Through 1957 Zagato's Fiat-Abarth 750 entered quantity production and that competition season in Italy and Europe saw Fiat-Abarth productions triumphant in their Touring and Gran Turismo classes.