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1962 - 1965 Abarth Simca 1300 GT: 14-shot gallery, full history and specifications 1962 - 1965 Abarth Simca 1300 GT: 14-shot gallery, full history and specifications ... his products Abarth set out to better the 1300 GT and completely new 1600 cc and 2000 cc engines were ready for the 1963 season, to power the 1600 GT and 2000 GT. The 1300 GT ...
1963 ABARTH-SIMCA 1300 GT Long nose Coupe 1963 Abarth Simca "long nose world champion" coupe - chassis no. 130S-0091 This fabulous Abarth Simca was designed by Scaglione and was registered by its first owner in May 1963.
Sep 27, 2019 · 1963 Abarth Simca Long Nose " World Champion " coupe / Chassis no. 130S-0091. Designed by Scaglione In the Maranello Rosso Collection for more than 36 years. The car is in incredible original condition. Only 3 owners ex-works CONRERO tuning and racing team history. The racing history is available upon request. Our mechanic just restored the engine which now works perfectly.
On 1 February 2007 Abarth was re-established as an independent unit with the launch of the current company, Abarth & C. S.p.a., controlled 100% by Fiat Group Automobiles S.p.A., the subsidiary of Fiat S.p.A. dealing with the production and selling of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles.Founder: Carlo Abarth
Abarth, founded by Carlo Abarth in 1949, is an Italian car manufacturer now owned by the Fiat Group. It has a strong competition history, and has also produced cars in association with Alfa Romeo, Lancia, Porsche and Simca.
Abarth Simca 1300 (1963) 10 x 20 cm Abarth Simca 1300 (1963) 10 x 20 cm Fiat Abarth 1000 sedan (1963) 10 x 20 cm ... 2015, received 67 reviews in total (39 in last 12 months) Feedback score: 97.4% (39 reviews) (last 12 months) Please note: some elements …
Aug 01, 2000 · 1961 Abarth Simca 1300 S1. Written by Raymond Milo. Most people associate Abarth with Fiat, but a very successful liaison was also formed with Simca. The French company was partly owned by Fiat, and when they wanted to appeal to a younger market with a more sporting image, they turned to the Italian giant for help. Fiat in turn went to Abarth ...
Jul 08, 2014 · Not only was the Abarth Simca fast and a race winner, but it was beautiful, making it one of the great GT cars of the 1960s. The car was an immediate success; in 1963 alone, the Abarth Simca 1300 scored over 90 class wins. The book is arranged in chronological order.
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May 15, 2015 · Finished in red with the traditional lightweight Abarth interior and dominated by a central Jaeger mechanical rev counter, chassis 129/0555 was delivered to Italy, registered to its first owner in the Vicenza area and has remained in Italy ever since.
Abarth was said to be the only engineer who could make little cars race like the biggest and the best race cars. Abarth also worked his magic with Simca. He got the best from the Simca 1000 by raising engine capacity to 1300 or 1500cc and clothing the chassis in a lightweight body by Zagato.
At the 1963 Geneva Motor Show, Abarth provided a first glimpse of what was to come with the introduction of the Abarth Simca 1600 GT and 2000 GT. While these, larger-engined cars used the same Simca-derived underpinnings as the 1300 GT, they featured a newly developed engine.