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Offline viotti600

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SOLD - Abarth 750 carburetor + intake manifold + air filter
« on: November 18, 2014, 06:43:51 AM »
 NOW SOLD - Original Abarth-modified Weber 32IMPE carburetor, Abarth steel intake manifold & aftermarket chromed air filter unit for all Fiat Abarth 750 pushrod engines as used in the 750 Berlina, 750 GT Zagato (aka "Double Bubble"), 750 Allemano, 750 Viotti & other Abarth 750 variants.

More information & photos are available here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/251722056465

« Last Edit: November 18, 2014, 10:57:51 AM by viotti600 »
Jeff Stich
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Re: SOLD - Abarth 750 carburetor + intake manifold + air filter
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2014, 06:16:41 PM »
did you sell that carb?
I have never seen that type of intake manifold. I only know those alloy manifolds... 
Have you photos of that on Abarth-type cars? on what models (in which year) was it mounted?

Can you tell me anything about the idling of those carbs on derivazione 750 berlinas?

thanks a lot!
I'm looking for original Abarth parts for my Fiat 500 and Fiat 600 (want to build a derivazione 750).

please email me, if you want to sale... Thank you!

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Re: SOLD - Abarth 750 carburetor + intake manifold + air filter
« Reply #2 on: December 03, 2014, 04:08:12 AM »
did you sell that carb?

Yes, it has already been sold & shipped to its new owner.


I have never seen that type of intake manifold. I only know those alloy manifolds...  Have you photos of that on Abarth-type cars? on what models (in which year) was it mounted?

The steel intake manifolds like this were often used on the Zagato 750GT (Double Bubble), Allemano 750 Spider & probably other Abarth 750 Derivazione cars like the Viotti 750, Vignale/Nardi 750, etc.. I've seen several Zagato 750 & Allemano 750 cars myself with this same manifold, & all 3 Zagato/Allemano 750's I've owned in the past had it, as well. Used mostly on mid/late-1950's cars, from what I've seen.

The original Abarth 750 Derivazione parts booklet shows the steel manifold (listed as part #112), as do a few Abarth 750 Berlina sales brochures.


Can you tell me anything about the idling of those carbs on derivazione 750 berlinas?

Same Weber 32IMPE carb as used on the coachbuilt 750's, it idles just fine. ;)


Here are some photos of various Abarth 750 cars with this manifold:

   









The Abarth 750 Derivazione parts booklet:
 




A few Abarth 750 Berlina sales brochures:
 




The large Abarth 750 parts display board as seen at various mid/late-1950's auto shows:




A couple other carb/manifold sets like the one I had for sale:
 

« Last Edit: December 03, 2014, 04:22:16 AM by viotti600 »
Jeff Stich
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Re: SOLD - Abarth 750 carburetor + intake manifold + air filter
« Reply #3 on: December 09, 2014, 02:16:30 PM »
Hello Jeff,

thank you for your good information!
Probably you have read that I want to build a derivazione 750 engine for my early Fiat 600 Jagst using original parts if available. And therefore I am happy about every information about it. I do not want to make too many mistakes.

as I now have seen, I used a wrong english word so you did not understand:
I wrote:
Can you tell me anything about the idling of those carbs on derivazione 750 berlinas?
Same Weber 32IMPE carb as used on the coachbuilt 750's, it idles just fine. ;)

But I meant: Can you tell me anything about the jetting of those carbs on derivazione 750 berlinas?

I have a 32 IMPE from a Fiat 1100 and i really do not know what jetting was used by ABARTH.
exspecially I would like to know what venturi was used, what main jet, air correction jet and mixing tube... For shure the other jets would be interesting, too. I would be happy to find more information about it.

referring to that steel intake manifold: if on those early cars was that steel manifold, on which cars was that alloy manyfold: http://img3.annuncicdn.it/42/4e/424e099d8d12be0353ffc3d22d0e503e_big.jpg [nofollow]


I'm looking for original Abarth parts for my Fiat 500 and Fiat 600 (want to build a derivazione 750).

please email me, if you want to sale... Thank you!