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Country of origin:Italy
Produced from:1950 - 1951
Numbers built:3
Introduced at:1950 Turin Motor Show
Designed by:Giovanni Michelotti and Alfredo Vignale for Vignale
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:October 30, 2009
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Chassis 205101 Although originally referred to as a 204A Coupe, it is believed that this car received the chassis 205101. It was first raced at Monza to a class win in the Coppa Intereuropa. A week later it finished sixth overall in the Targa Florio and second in class. For the Mille Migli>>>

Chassis 205102 The second Abarth 205 was completed in time for the 1950 Mille Miglia where it was raced by Carlo Scagliarini. Averaging just over 100 km/h, he finished 31st overall. It was actively used until well into the 1960s when it was owned by Swiss racer Helmut Fischer. He had the c>>>

Chassis 205103 The third and final Abarth 205 was quite possibly for Carlo Abarth's personal use on the road. It was more luxuriously finished than the first two examples and featured a two-tone black and red paint-scheme. Fitted with a slightly larger engine, it was shown at the 1951 Turi>>>

  Article Image gallery (27) Chassis (3) Specifications