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The Aztec 7, a kit car created by famous (and infamous) kit-car builder Fiberfab, was an attempt by the company to replicate the 1968 Bertone Carabo concept car. It's estimated the company shipped around 250 full kits of the Aztec 7, beginning in 1976, but sales stopped around 1983, when a new corporate owner dropped it from Fiberfab's line. While Fiberfab never fully realized the Carabo's presence, the Aztec 7 is still one of the most recognized kit car designs ever.

Fiberfab Aztec 7

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