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1960 Fiat Abarth 750 Berlina

A body shell and 13 boxes of parts were the start of this restoration. Unfortunately, the
shell had suffered a crashed nose, which needed to be replaced along with both floor panels.

While the shell was off at the panel beater's, another 13 boxes of parts were acquired, rebuilt and refinished.

As soon as the freshly painted shell and panels arrived back at the shop, the assembly began. The restoration was to 1960 Abarth 750 road and rally specs, plus the addition of 13" rims
to accommodate 4-wheel disc brakes for safety and a Stage II tuned 903 engine.