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Fiat Abarth 850TC Berlina

Fiat Abarth 850TC Berlina


The Fiat Abarth 850TC Berlina was an economical automobile manufactured by the Italian manufacturing firm Abarth & Co. of Turin, Italy in the 1960s.

Product description

The automobile was a joint project of the Abarth and the Fiat companies. Its engine was a four-cylinder model provided by Fiat, with 846.768 cc capacity and 70 bhp rating. Overall length was 10.14 ft (3.091 m), overall width was 4.59 ft (1.400 m), height was 4.525 ft (1.379 m), wheelbase was 6.563 ft (2.000 m), and its front and rear track was 3.81 ft (1.161 m). The fuel tank held 5.9 imperial gallons, and its empty weight was 1749 lb (793 kg).

The automobile's appearance was similar to the same-year model of Fiat 600, but it incorporated a boxlike structure ahead of the front bumper which held the engine's oil cooler.

References

  • L. A. Manwaring, The Observer's Book of Automobiles (12th ed. 1966), Library of Congress catalog card #62-9807, p. 26



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