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Title: Hello from Japan
Post by: Kazuhiko Oki on September 29, 2016, 10:50:59 AM
I'm Kazuhiko Oki from Hiroshima Japan.

My 1960 Abarth Record monza return to legal road this september.
It is not any history without from US 1980's.
Engine is standard 600D 766cc not modified, running not fast but fun to drive.

I'm sorry I can't write english well.

Regards.

Title: Re: Hello from Japan
Post by: Yves on September 30, 2016, 03:38:17 PM
Welcome! 

Don't worry: here we all speak and write our "own" English :-)

Very nice car!


Yves
Title: Re: Hello from Japan
Post by: Kazuhiko Oki on October 01, 2016, 04:16:31 AM
Very thank you!
I'm looking for my car's history and some parts lacking.

Regards.

Kazuhiko Oki
Hiroshima Japan.
Title: Re: Hello from Japan
Post by: guy moerenhout on October 04, 2016, 10:25:32 AM
great car,send your  ch no and  mayby I can help
Title: Re: Hello from Japan
Post by: Kazuhiko Oki on October 04, 2016, 01:13:37 PM
Hello, Mr.Moerenhout.
I buy my abarth's engine mount from you.

My abarth's chassis number is missing, perhaps around 80000. And personal car number is #11 from some parts.
I ask Mr.Boer, Itarian car resister, but he did'nt know.
Mr.Greg Paris said perhaps it is one of 8 Record monza imported US by Abarth DFL company for sebring race.

If you know some information, please let me know.

Regards.

Kazuhiko Oki
Title: Re: Hello from Japan
Post by: guy moerenhout on October 09, 2016, 11:12:46 AM
mayby you can see in the right high corner  engine bay .Some times the ch no was there .
Another place  was on headcover  from exhaust 
nex on the  left side under regulator.Look Always  inside .Mayby new plates  are welded in

I see place  were normale ch no is is cutted  away....... you can see  exhaust
Title: Re: Hello from Japan
Post by: Kazuhiko Oki on October 09, 2016, 01:13:04 PM
Mr.Moerenhout.

Thank you for reply.
Yes, Chassis number part plate is lost, perhaps to use other car.
Do you mean where is number stamped A to E in photo?

For reference,
My car small alike attached monochrome-photo's car, that is in japanese magazine article.
By Greg paris, this is correction of Michel shoen, famous abarth collector, but Mr shoen didn't remember his car's history.
This car's number is (according to article) 847405, but no evidence this is my car now.

This is all, history link is missing.
Title: Re: Hello from Japan
Post by: guy moerenhout on October 09, 2016, 02:35:50 PM
Mr shoen was in my place .Very nice men .I recive a very psecial book from him.I will look for magazine because I think have it also.
Title: Re: Hello from Japan
Post by: guy moerenhout on October 09, 2016, 02:37:09 PM
on A side  but part is also away