One year ago today, Abarth opened the doors to its Abarth Classiche workshop, which helps to maintain, restore and certify vintage Abarth cars.
According to Abarth, over seventy classic cars have been “meticulously inspected and certified,” by its Classiche mechanics including rarities such as the 1960 Abarth 1000 Pininfarina record car. It has also restored an Abarth 750, an Abarth 850 with Zagato bodywork, a Sport 1000 SP and multiple Abarth single-seaters.
As is to be expected, multiple Fiat-Abarth 595 and 695s have come through the doors of Abarth Classiche. The launch of the new Abarth 124 Spider also revived some lover for the car, prompting some owners to come forward with their cars and have them officially certified by Abarth.
Abarth Classiche has also resorted several historic Lancia rally cars including the famous Martini-sponsored Lancia 037 and Lancia Delta Integrale and the Group 5 Lancia Beta Montecarlo touring car.
Click here to view some of the projects Abarth Classiche has overseen in its first year of operation. Here’s to many more, Abarth.