1968 Abarth 2000 America Coupe Vehicle Profile

1968 Abarth 2000 America photograph

1968 Abarth 2000 America photograph

1968 Abarth 2000 America photograph

1968 Abarth 2000 America photograph

1968 Abarth 2000 America photograph

1968 Abarth 2000 America1968 Abarth 2000 America1968 Abarth 2000 America1968 Abarth 2000 America1968 Abarth 2000 America
Coupe
Jolted by the sales success of the first Porsche 911, Carlo Abarth conceived of a competitor. He built only three cars which he sold immediately to Niki Lauda, a Japanese and a Swiss collector. Then he quit the program because each car cost $3,000 more to build than the 911T's U.S. retail.

This Fiat Abarth 2000 America Coupe is a 'continuation' car built by Belgian Guy Moerenhout two years later (for Leo Aumuller) with Abarth's blessing and their leftover parts and blueprints. It's a 850 Coupe bodyshell with a complete makeover and a 2-liter, twin-cam, 4-cylidner motor with a quoted 175 horsepower to provide the sting in the tail! 155 mph is reported.


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