1959 Fiat Abarth 750 Double Bubble

Values have been rising steadily for the least expensive coachbuilt Italian racing car with a decent history


Abarth was an Italian tuning company founded in 1950 by engineer and designer Carlo Abarth. His 750 Zagato was designed to be equally at home on the track as on the street.

The cars were built on the Fiat 600 platform, then heavily modified by Abarth and bodied by Zagato, which Read More


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