#FiatAbarth750GTZagato

The Fiat-Abarth 750 is a compact sporting series of automobiles manufactured by the Italian manufacturing firm Abarth & C. of Turin, Italy in the 1950s and 1960s. The cars used the floorpan and often the bodywork of the Fiat 600 but were fitted with Abarth's modified engines. Abarth also offered a number of bodyworks by other designers for the 750 and its derivatives, most famously Zagato but also Allemano and others. Originally the aerodynamic 750 Zagato "double bubble" had a single-cam engine. The 750 GT Bialbero model appeared at the 1958 Turin Auto Show; along with various alterations to the bodywork it has the new twin-cam engine with 57 hp at 7000 rpm. The first series constituted 100 cars, enough to homologate the car for the Gran Turismo competition category. 


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