Just look at it! Red leatherette, an aluminum shifter knob, a bit of chrome and fake wood here and there, a lovely three-spoke steering wheel and two massive dials telling you what's the deal. Carlo Abarth knew how to rock.
The OT 1000 Coupe was built between 1965-69, and as you've probably guessed, it had a 1 liter engine. A 982 cc overhead valve straight-four, to be exact. This tuned up Fiat 850 had 65 horsepower at 6,200 rpm, which was enough to for 100 mph. Following the OT 1000's success, Abarth built 1300, 1600 and 2000 cc versions as well, but none of those were offered for street use.
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