1970 Abarth 595 Coupe / 110F 2467823/2512 Chassis Information

1970 Abarth 595 photograph

1970 Abarth 595 photograph

1970 Abarth 595 photograph

1970 Abarth 595 photograph

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Coupe
Chassis #: 110F 2467823/2512
Engine # 110F.0002960001 ABA205
Karl Abarth of Austria was born in 1908 and moved to Italy with his family just after World War I. His first car was built in 1928 at the age of only twenty. He was five times European Motorcycle champion during the 1930s. During this time, he designed his first exhaust system, which was later to become one of the specialties of the company that he founded in Italy in 1949. He was linked to manufacturers such as Porsche and Fiat. Fiat supplied part finished cars and in return received lots of publicity. In 1955, Carlo Abarth's company found a key growth opportunity with the introduction of the 4-cylinder Fiat 600. Fiat's new family mini-sedan was a suitable base for tuning and Abarth's 750cc version of the 633cc engine, sold in derivazione or 'derivation' kits to dealers and garages for fitting into stock 600s proved very popular.

Along with being a brilliant engineer, Carlo was also a clever businessman. His affordable modified performance cars were ideal for the private entry racer. Through a sponsor partnership deal secured with FIAT, he was paid for very win or second place a FIAT-Abarth scored. In 1972, they claimed that the Abarth-modified cars had taken as many as 7,200 outright and class wins to date.

With its Fiat 500-based 595, Abarth adopted the most cost-effective method for extracting power from the small engine. It was given a big-bore cylinder block that boosted capacity from 499 to 593cc. Higher-compression pistons, re-worked inlet ports, Abarth valve covers and air filter, a specific alloy sump, a special camshaft and exhaust system, and a larger carburetor helped raise power from 22 to 30bhp, though the biggest gain was in mid-range torque.

The result of these modifications was a product that halved the standard car's acceleration times and gave the 595 a top speed in excess of 120km/h. Lowered suspension and wider wheels and tires helped the FIAT-Abarth utilize the increased performance.

The engine capacity of 593cc was just under the limit for the European 600cc racing sedan call.

This Fiat-Abarth 595 was registered by its first owner on June 20th of 1970 in Florence, carrying plate number 622984FI. It was sold to its second owner on February 13th of 1973 and in October of that year to its third keeper, when it was assigned a new plate number, 239317PG. In January 1974, March 1975 and February 1978 the Abarth changed hands again. According to documentation, registration was cancelled in March of 1989 and the car was taken off the road.

At some point, the FIAT was rebuilt and returned to the road. It rides on Abarth-style replica 'spider' alloy wheels, a period-style instrument pod with auxiliary gauges, a padded rim small-diameter Abarth steering wheel and short-throw shift lever. It has a folding sunroof, a 595cc air-cooled twin-cylinder engine, and a four-speed manual transmission.

In 2013 this car was offered for sale at Bonhams Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona. The car was estimated to sell for $35,000 - $45,000. Bidding failed to satisfy the vehicle's reserve. It would leave the auction unsold.


By Daniel Vaughan | Feb 2013


2013 Bonhams - The Scottsdale Auction

Pre-Auction Estimates :
$35,000-$45,000 
Lot was not sold

2017 1
2016 1
2013 2
2004 1

YearAvg. SaleHigh Sale# of Sales
2017$17,324$17,3241
2016$17,562$17,5621
2013$47,611$62,2212
2004$35,200$35,2001

Recent Sales

(Data based on Model Year 1970 sales)
1970 Fiat Abarth 595S Recreation
Chassis#: 110F*6015152
Sold for $17,324
  2017 Historics at Brookland
 
1970 Fiat Abarth 595 S Recreation
Chassis#: 110F*6015152
Sold for $17,562
  2016 Historics at Brookland
 
1970 Fiat Abarth 595 Coupe
Chassis#: 110F24678232512
Sold for $33,000
  2013 Russo & Steele - Newport Beach
 
1970 FIAT ABARTH 595 ESSE ESSE COACH
Sold for $62,221
  2013 ARTCURIAL MOTORCARS À RÉTROMOBILE
 
1970 Fiat Abarth 595 SS Racing Coupe
Chassis#: 110F2353765
Sold for $35,200
  2004 The Monterey Sports and Classic Car Auction
 

Vehicles That Failed To Sell

1970 Abarth 595's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
VehicleChassisEventHigh BidEst. LowEst. High
1970 FIAT-Abarth 595 SS Sports Saloon110F 25031192018 Bonhams : Goodwood Members Meeting $50,000$70,000
1970 FIAT-Abarth 595110F 2467823/25122013 Bonhams The Scottsdale Auction $35,000$45,000

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Vehicle Profiles

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Chassis Num: 003820
Engine Num: 003863
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Coachbuilder: Ghia
Chassis information for the Fiat Viotti Sport1958 Cabriolet
Coachbuilder: Viotti
Chassis information for the Fiat Jolly 5001958
Coachbuilder: Ghia
Chassis Num: 032738
Engine Num: 110.000 037496
Chassis information for the Fiat Jolly 5001958
Coachbuilder: Ghia
Chassis Num: 110 031297
Engine Num: 110 000 0033949
Chassis information for the Fiat 5001959 Sedan
Chassis Num: 110.072952
Engine Num: 110.000.048893
Chassis information for the Fiat Jolly 5001961 Sedan
Coachbuilder: Ghia
Chassis information for the Fiat Jolly 5001961 Sedan
Coachbuilder: Ghia
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Chassis information for the Fiat Jolly 5001962 Sedan
Coachbuilder: Ghia
Chassis information for the Abarth 5951965 Coupe
Chassis Num: 110F 0862866/1624
Engine Num: 110F 000 2747829 ABA205
Chassis information for the Fiat Jolly 5001965
Chassis Num: 136772
Chassis information for the Fiat 5001966 Giardiniera Wagon
Chassis Num: 164900
Engine Num: 281146
Chassis information for the Fiat 5001967 Coupe
Chassis Num: 1415938
Engine Num: 110F.000 1716376
Chassis information for the Fiat 5001967 Coupe
Chassis Num: 1612935
Chassis information for the Abarth 5951970 Coupe
Chassis Num: 110F 2467823/2512
Engine Num: 110F.0002960001 ABA205
Chassis information for the Giannini 5001970
Chassis Num: 110F2606680
Chassis information for the Fiat 5001970 Coupe
Chassis Num: 2555231
Chassis information for the Fiat 500L1971 Coupe
Engine Num: 110F6048401
Chassis information for the Fiat 500L1971 Coupe
Chassis Num: 110 F 2777097
Engine Num: 110 F 000 2956837
Chassis information for the Fiat 500L1971 Coupe
Chassis Num: 2476400

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