1972/11 Fiat 124 Spider Abarth Rally StradalePrice Upon Request

1972 Fiat 124 Spider Abarth Rally Stradale #48, factory original.

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Specifications

Year: 1972

Make: Fiat

Model: 124 Spider Abarth Rally

Version: Stradale

Number: 48th

Date of Manufacture: November 1972

Chassis: 124CSA 0062048

Engine: 132 AC4 000 43000917

Color: red


Factory installed options:
Stradale-specified:
Body: black fiberglass engine hood and trunk lid, Perspex-windowed hardtop, alloy doors, rear roll bar and 970kg dry weight
Engine: 1,756 cc, in-line 4, DOHC, Weber 44 IDF carbureted
Transmission: 5 sp by Colotti, single dry plate clutch
Suspension: strut type (F: coil springs, upper wishbone lower arm, R: fully independent), McPherson
Brakes: discs all around
Interior: bucket seats by Recaro, revised dashboard

Specially ordered:
Engine: Abarth performance kit providing for 9.8:1 comp., 178bhp@6000rpm


Registration: Greek FIVA (Federation Internationale Vehicules Anciens)

Owners: 4

Odometer reading: 02872

History:
This is the 48th out of the few original 124 Spider Stradale that were manufactured in Abarth’s plant between 1972 and 1974 in order to homologate the 124 Spider Rally version. Interestingly, this particular Stradale was produced on November of 1972, the very month that Abarth successfully achieved that homologation.
Apart from the rare and most desirable Weber option (obsolete in 1974 Stradales), this vehicle bears the even rarer Abarth-installed performance kit option providing for an increased power to 124 Rally specs of 178bhp@6000rpm.
This 48th Stradale was owned by a factory employee prior to being sold in 2000 to a Greek, world-renowned professional rally driver who in turn sold it to a well-known competitor of his. Ironically, the car was never raced, only to be maintained with utmost respect for it being an icon of the Fiat-Abarth collaboration.

Reference Number 401366

as of 9/27/2019

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Car 1972/11 Fiat 124 Spider Abarth Rally Stradale
VIN 124CSA 0062048 
Exterior / Interior Color      Red /      Black 
Registration Greek FIVA 
Condition Pristine 
Mileage 102.872 km 
Configuration Left Hand Drive (LHD) 
Transmission Manual Shift 
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Known History

Specifications

 

Year: 1972

 

Make: Fiat

 

Model: 124 Spider Abarth Rally

 

Version: Stradale

 

Number: 48th

 

Date of Manufacture: November 1972

 

Chassis: 124CSA 0062048

 

Engine: 132 AC4 000 43000917

 

Color: red

 

 

Factory installed options:

Stradale-specified:

Body: black fiberglass engine hood and trunk lid, Perspex-windowed hardtop, alloy doors, rear roll bar and 970kg dry weight

Engine: 1,756 cc, in-line 4, DOHC, Weber 44 IDF carbureted

Transmission: 5 sp by Colotti, single dry plate clutch

Suspension: strut type (F: coil springs, upper wishbone lower arm, R: fully independent), McPherson

Brakes: discs all around

Interior: bucket seats by Recaro, revised dashboard

 

Specially ordered:

Engine: Abarth performance kit providing for 9.8:1 comp., 178bhp@6000rpm

 

 

Registration: Greek FIVA (Federation Internationale Vehicules Anciens)

 

Owners: 4

 

Odometer reading: 02872

 

History:

This is the 48th out of the few original 124 Spider Stradale that were manufactured in Abarth’s plant between 1972 and 1974 in order to homologate the 124 Spider Rally version. Interestingly, this particular Stradale was produced on November of 1972, the very month that Abarth successfully achieved that homologation.

Apart from the rare and most desirable Weber option (obsolete in 1974 Stradales), this vehicle bears the even rarer Abarth-installed performance kit option providing for an increased power to 124 Rally specs of 178bhp@6000rpm.

This 48th Stradale was owned by a factory employee prior to being sold in 2000 to a Greek, world-renowned professional rally driver who in turn sold it to a well-known competitor of his. Ironically, the car was never raced, only to be maintained with utmost respect for it being an icon of the Fiat-Abarth collaboration.