Fiat Abarth 1000TC Berlina Corsa 1969
From the mid-sixties the Abarths were terrorising the small classes in European Group 2 races. Here we have a 1000 TC Berlina Corsa recreation with all the correct (and expensive) bits and parts. It comes with a Danish National Historic Technical Passport, in accordance with appendix “K” to the international sporting code, for historic cars competing in Race, Rally, Hillclimb and regularity - and is eligible for all historic 1965-71, 0-1300 cc class events - and with minor changes applicable for international events under FIA regulations.
The list of mechanical upgrades is long. Engine is the correct A1 block with bore/stroke 66/74mm with a PBS header. The 982cc engine has a compression ratio of 11.5:1 and is built with Abarth steel crank and the best Westspeed 300 camshaft for increased performance, resulting in a staggering 102HP. It has Abarth modified oil lubrication direct from oil pan (4.5L) to distributor drive with an oil cooler mounted. Carburettor is Dellorto 40mm and with electronically ignition. Gearbox is close ratio with Berni Motori gearing and an upgraded limited slip differential. Reinforced engine mount on rear panel. Front has lower cross member from the Abarth TCR. Wheels are light-weight Cromodora alloy wheels. Doors are made of plastic for reduced weight.
The car comes with an extensive racing history, both on racetrack and in Hillclimbs and It goes like stink with an incredible sound and depending on gearing it is capable of a top speed of close to 200kph. It is turn key and on the button ready and would make a highly competitive contender for all small class Scandinavian and international events.