Rare and unmistakeable: the 1960 Fiat Abarth 750 Sestrière, displayed by Classic Art in Pavilion 14, is one of the 25 models built of its kind. This car is characterised by its flashy air inlets on the bonnet, in place of the traditional “double bubble” on the roof, in true Zagato style. In fact, it would appear that this was the last Abarth line built in collaboration with Zagato bodywork. Evocatively named “Sestrière” after the famous rally at the end of the 1950s, the car in question underwent a meticulous 3-year restoration.
1960 FIAT ABARTH 750 SESTRIÈRE
Classic Art will be exhibiting one of the 25 models built in collaboration with Zagato bodywork, in Pavilion 14.