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1970 Abarth 1300 Scorpione

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1970 Abarth 1300 Scorpione
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SH ID

24-0415003

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FEATURED BY SPEEDHOLICS

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Sold

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Netherlands

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Dealer

Power 73 PK

 

Date Part I February 28, 1970

 

Color Rosso

 

Interior Black leather

 

Transmission Manual

 

VAT deductible No

Description

What is light, nimble, sexy and will sting when you're not paying attention? - Abarth's scorpion. Giuseppe Rinaldi created the Abarth Milletrecento Scorpione with Carrozzeria Francis Bombardi of Vercelli. We can already feel our mustache and need for espresso and throttle growing! Based on the Fiat 850 was the Scorpione, the last independent Abarth ever produced. She was presented in 1968 in Geneva, where quite a few drivers saw the potential in this venomous scorpion. After all, Abarth was also one of the few manufacturers who offered racing support. When Fiat di compagnia took over Abarth in '71, production and support ceased. Since then, the Scorpione has been on the endangered-car species list and is only spotted in collections.
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