Abarth 1000TC Race Car

This race car is not an original Abarth but started life as a standard Fiat 600 D. It was developed into a race car over time and the continued goal has always been to get it to a state that Abarth finished the SCCA campaigns with back in 1967. This cool little car is developed to mimic the TCR Abarth. Not 100% accurate from a restoration perspective, but the goal was to recreate what Abarth had developed in competition with a car that was usable and stable in Vintage racing.

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