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1950 Fiat Abarth 204 Sport

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1950 Fiat Abarth 204 Sport
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23-0130001

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The Netherlands

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Construction year 1950

 

Assets 60 HP

 

Mileage 3,0907

 

Date part 112-28-1950

 

Colour Bert Rosso

 

Interior Black

 

Body Convertible

 

Fue lGasoline

 

Transmission Manual transmission

 

Tax deductible no

Description

In 1948, Carlo Arbarth decided to make his own cars using the well-known defunct Cisitalia Automobili brand. The brand went bankrupt and with what was left of parts and knowledge, Abarth & C. produced its first real car. The 204 Abarth. Visually, the cars resembled a scaled-down version of the Cisitalia Grand Prix cars. The engine was derived from a Fiat 1089cc unit fitted with twin Webers and the car had to be fast on the track. Where this car has certainly made a name for itself. In the end, only five cars rolled off the production line and the dream to drive this car once, unfortunately, must really remain a dream. The fact is that, because there are only five and no one ever wants to sell them, it is almost impossible to get hold of this car. And should anyone ever decide to sell their 204, be ready to shell out a few million. So a Swedish coachbuilder decided it was time for a perfect recreation of this car in order to experience the fun that so many dream of. The car is built on the chassis of a Fiat 1100 E. The result? A car that is so incredibly well made and built that everything suggests that it is a real one. The similarities are almost 1 to 1 and even the bolts on the valve cover and the Webers are identical. It is a perfectly built car with an unprecedented driving experience. Driving 80 with this classic feels like 180. Drool in your beard, tears streaming down your eyes and pebbles flying around your ears. Drive like IT SHOULD.