Italian automaker Abarth would offer their 750cc derivative of the Fiat 600 both with the original Berlina bodywork, as well as with more glamorous bodywork in conjunction with several notable coachbuilders. Perhaps the most famous of these partnerships resulted in the world-famous and highly recognizable Fiat Abarth 750 Zagato. This model, famous for its double bubble bodywork and twin-cam engine, would use very few Fiat parts. In fact, the Fiat 600s floor pan was one of the only original components that remained. Often regarded as a purposeful racecar, the first cars would weigh only 1,179 pounds thanks to Zagatos weight saving aluminum body. This curb weight made the 750 responsive and quicker than cars with more displacement. Five of these cars would finish the Mille Miglia in 1957, of which Alfonso Thiele won the 750cc class. Racing successes like these would fuel interest in the Fiat Abarth 750, although it is estimated that little more than 600 examples were made.
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