The Fiat-Abarth 750 is a series of compact sports cars manufactured by the Italian company Abarth & C. of Turin, Italy, in the 1950s and 1960s. The cars used the platform and often the body of the Fiat 600, but were equipped with Abarth’s modified engines. Abarth also offered a number of bodies from other designers for the 750 and its derivatives, among which stand out Zagato, but also Allemano and others.
There were also other derivatives, which were sold as the Fiat-Abarth 850, the Fiat-Abarth 1000 and the Abarth Monomille (1000 pushrod). For the 1960 Gran Turismo racing season, classes were changed to less than 700 or less than 1000 cc, while in national competitions there was also a class of 850 cc. Abarth responded with engines suitable for the new classes, although it is possible that the 700 have only been built in one or two examples. Depending on the state of the tuning, these were given additional letters to their names, such as TC or TCR. A double cam version, the “Bialbero”, was also produced.
POWER - CONTROL - PERFOMANCE
|- 11,000 - 14,000 euros||- 4 cylinders in line, 8 valves - 747 cm3|
|-||- 42 HP at 5500 rpm|
|- 600 Kg||- Gearbox: manual (4)|
|- 14,3 Kg/hp||- 81 mph|
|- Drum brakes||-|
|- 135 x 13||-|