1964 Abarth Simca 2000 GT CorsaSOLD
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The continual technical evolution of the Abarth Simca led in 1964 to the development of the 2000GT Corsa so that it could compete in the 2000cc class of the constructor's championship Grand Touring Category and the Hillclimb Championship. With twin camshafts, double ignition and twin horizontal twin choke Weber 58 DCOE 3 carburettors, the little Abarth had a claimed top speed of 260kph. We are proud to offer the Ex Works car, driven by Hanns Herrmann in the 1964 season who competed in a number of events such as the Targa Florio, Spa 500kms as well as numerous hillclimbs. The body was developed by the works during the 1964 season, particularly in the frontal area where Mario Colucci added two supplementary air intakes for better disc brake cooling and another wide central vent for the oil radiator. The car has recently been completely rebuilt by GB Race Engineering, and was raced at Magny Cours in the Gentleman Drivers series, finishing the 3 hour race a highly credible 5th overall and the fastest car in the 2 litre class.

Reference Number 31

as of 5/18/2006

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Car 1964 Abarth Simca 2000 GT Corsa
Exterior / Interior Color      Red /      Black 
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Ex Works car, driven by Hanns Herrmann in the 1964 season who competed in a number of events such as the Targa Florio, Spa 500kms as well as as numerous hillclimbs