Cut-away view of the Fiat Abarth 750 GT Zagato
My Abarth Zagato & a gorgeous Abarth Assetto Corsa at the Niagara Falls Fiat Freakout 2001
At home between outings
Original serial numbered engine for a friend's red Abarth (pictured below). We had just finished rebuilding the engine.
The red Abarth awaiting the transplant (above)
. . . and quite a success it was (below).
Track day at Lime Rock Connecticut. 1999 -- Cold, Windy, Wet and a whole lot of fun!
My friend Dr. Jimmy's Fiat Abarth 750 GT Zagato.
Bought from Australia, now living in Yokohama Japan. BEAUTIFUL!
The 2012 Abarth shares garage space with his older sister. I only had to wait 50 years for it to happen!
The technology between the old and the new Abarth is vastly different but each a great ride in their own way.
Here are some photos of the 2014 Lime Rock vintage fall festival. Abarth was one of the two featured marques.
A total of 14 Abarth cars were in attendance. This was the largest gathering ever on the east coast. Several magazines covered the event.
My fellow Abarth owner Alan and I offered to display our old Abarths to draw folks into the SRT display area. It worked!
Photo courtesy of Chris at EuroCompulsion. Chris is a great guy and his operation is a boon to the Fiat community.
John Kristoff's beautifully restored 56 Abarth Zagato corsa. This automobile actually raced in the 1956 Mille Miglia.
This photograph of the interior of my 1960 Abarth Zagato was also taken by Chris at EuroCompulsion.
When reality hits, it hits hard. With the hundreds of beautiful classics on display at the show, each individual entry was just another pretty face in the crowd. Truth is, no matter how many pretty faces there are, I still like this one!