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The Fiat-Abarth 1000 TC

Fiat 600D base GP2 modified








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   In 1955 Fiat introduced the Fiat 600. Fiat and Abarth reached an agreement where Fiat supplied partly constructed cars, and Abarth would finish the car as the Abarth 850TC Corsa. Further modifications led to an increase in engine size and and the Fiat Abarth 1000 was created. This car is built for hard out racing.

   Originally sourced in Australia, this car has had a major body resoration. Most of the car below the lower red line is new. New engine and body parts from around the globe. The car puts out 95bhp, and is capable of speeds in excess of 200km/h. A close ratio 4 speed box is fitted along with four wheel discs. "Its good for 90mph in 3rd" quotes its driver and owner Mike. A recent acquisition is a full set of Campagnolo racing wheels, 3.5 pounds, assist with the power to weight formula.



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