Surprising Abarth 750 Allemano Aluminum Spider 1959

Serafino Allemano founded his Carrozzeria in 1928, starting as a repairer for other brands, especially Italian ones. A few years later he decided to create his own designs, he designed and manufactured some exclusive series for Maserati, Alfa Romeo, Lancia until 1965. The 750 Allemano Spider was commissioned by Abarth because some racing drivers preferred open cars, in addition to the fact that the American market was crazy about roadsters. It is based on the Fiat 600 structure with an aluminum spider body and Plexiglass windscreen, equipped with Campagnolo alloy wheels. The Abarth four-cylinder engine of 747 cc increased to 44 horsepower at 5800 rpm allows to exceed 150 km/h coupled with a 4-speed synchronized gearbox. The Spider Allemano was very popular in competition around the world for its light weight of 550kg.

This Fiat Abarth 750 Allemano Spider, chassis number 476565 and engine number 667974 had been prepared for American races in the 60’s, imported in France in 2015. Renovated and maintained, it is in perfect condition and ready for historic competitions or nice windy weekend rides. The original soft top is provided. Technical control, approved value expertise, French collector’s registration.

Price on order.