Surprising Fiat Abarth 750 Allemano Spider 1959

Serafino Allemano founded his Carrozzeria in 1928, starting by repairing other brand bodyworks, especially Italian ones. Few years later, he decided to create his own designs with the help of his nephews. That’s how he designed and built some exclusive series with brands like Maserati, Alfa Romeo, Lancia or Panhard and Volvo until year 1965. The 750 Allemano Spider has been order by Abarth because some racing drivers preferred an open car, adding to the fact that US market was very found of roadsters. It is based on Fiat 600 structure with specific Allemano bodywork with Plexiglass windshield, Abarth engine and standing on Campagnolo wheels. The 4-cylinder engine cubes 747 cc for 44 hp at 5800 rpm for 148 km/h top speed, and is attached to a 4-manual gearbox synchronized. The Allemano Spider was very popular for worldwide races because its 550 Kg lightweight and rear engine get great feelings and competitive timers.

 

This Fiat Abarth 750 Allemano Spider, chassis N° 476565 and engine N°667974 had been prepared for U.S. races in the sixties, but is now registered in France. Renovated in the 2000s years, it is in good conditions and ready for Classic Competitions or nice weekend rides.