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03-08-2016 09:54 PM
theknurl
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Way cool.......

I have a '62 1000, TC engine # 229/141, Bruce McLaren's was #229/235

4 wheel discs, 5 Campagnolo Mg wheels, 40mm Webers, long range tank......

My ASSHOLE brother blew the motor up while I was in the Army, after only 2 tanks of

gas through a new motor.......prick, never even said he was sorry

The engine and transmission are 4 feet from me in my living room

01-23-2016 12:12 AM
Donsy I just learnt a whole lot of stuff I did not know about Fiat and Co, thanks for that mate.
01-21-2016 08:49 PM
quad-turbo Fantastic. Thank you
01-21-2016 05:04 PM
RedBike
Abarth Classics Garage

A great step taken by Fca group: the Abarth center in Mirafiori, Torino, where they modify Fiats into Abarth versions and prepare the racers, has inaugurated a restoration center.

You can drive or ship your vintage Abarth to be meticulously restored to original factory specs with the help of official documentation which has been recently catalogued. All Abarth models are covered: from earliest cisitalias, full race cars, autobianchis, all the way up to the nineties models. As well, with all the fake Abarth cars floating around, they certify the originality of the car and/or components.

Apparently, this is the second step in a program to start preserving the fiat families' amazing heritage; the first was the reopening of the Alfa museum at Arese (which is fantastic). And there will be more to come....

Here's the site: http://www.abarthclassiche.com

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