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1965 Fiat Abarth 850 TC Berlina Corsa VERY RARE! Great Condition, Must sell.

1965 Fiat 850

Condition: Used
Make: Fiat
Model: 850
Type: Sedan
Year: 1965
Mileage: 3000
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Los Angeles, California, United States
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1965 Abarth 850 TC, VERY RARE Berlina Corsa!!

Must sell, I lost my business due to the COVID pandemic, lock downs, and so forth. Selling on behalf of MY SISTER, this is her car. I rebuilt and helped to restore this car with Kane at his place back in the day! It will go to waste if it sits and doesn't get driven! MAKE AN OFFER!!

No rust, good paint and body, partial restoration over 15 years ago. Driven to car shows, street legal, all papers, registration is a "non op" all clean title.

Partially restored: Rebuilt engine, paint, Custom Upholstery, Custom Carpeting and door panels, New weatherstrip, Front mounted radiator, Rebuilt Suspension and shocks, Gas Tank, Converted pointless ignition system, the car has been sitting for years!

I rebuilt the engine over 15 years ago, the Engine is a bored out 850cc to (903cc), with a mild cam, headers, carburetor, and exhaust. Clean in and out...

Fresh engine has about 1,500 miles on it, I changed the oil, re torqued the head, and adjusted the valves after 600 miles break in period...Then the car sat for years.

I do not want this jewel to go to waste.

The last time it ran was today! I started it, battery is weak, runs great, no issues, no smoke.
The brakes are locked up, car won't roll freely, we can persuade it to get it on a trailer...Battery is weak, and so on. Needs TLC...

Merkel Weiss (President of the Rear engine club) owned it prior to Matt Horan. Santos has some history with this car as well. It is a Genuine Abarth according to the Rear Engine Club. However, the Engine is not an original Abarth.

The interior has been re upholstered, the seats are the original, RARE, reclining, adjustable seats. The Tach is mechanical driven from the original distributor. All original parts in and out!

NO I did not put that steering wheel on... :)