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1952 Abarth 1500 Coupe Biposto BAT1 Bertone

Engine: 75hp inline overhead valve 4-cylinder, 1.5 liter, dual Weber Tipo 36 downdraft carburetors. Gearbox: 4-speed Suspension: front, independent with coil springs, rear, solid axle with semi-elliptical leaf springs. Brakes: hydraulic drums. Left hand drive.
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This Bertone-bodied Abarth 1500 Biposto Coupé is the most important barn find in recent history. It is among the earliest, if not the first, Fiat-based Abarths. It is Franco Scaglione’s first design for Bertone and the centerpiece of Bertone’s exhibit at the XXXIV Turin Motor Show, April 23 – May 4, 1952. It is arguably the first design in Scaglione’s masterful B.A.T. series for Bertone.

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This Bertone-bodied Abarth 1500 Biposto Coupé is the most important barn find in recent history. It is among the earliest, if not the first, Fiat-based Abarths. It is Franco Scaglione’s first design for Bertone and the centerpiece of Bertone’s exhibit at the XXXIV Turin Motor Show, April 23 – May 4, 1952. It is arguably the first design in Scaglione’s masterful B.A.T. series for Bertone.

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This Bertone-bodied Abarth 1500 Biposto Coupé is the most important barn find in recent history. It is among the earliest, if not the first, Fiat-based Abarths. It is Franco Scaglione’s first design for Bertone and the centerpiece of Bertone’s exhibit at the XXXIV Turin Motor Show, April 23 – May 4, 1952. It is arguably the first design in Scaglione’s masterful B.A.T. series for Bertone.

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This Bertone-bodied Abarth 1500 Biposto Coupé is the most important barn find in recent history. It is among the earliest, if not the first, Fiat-based Abarths. It is Franco Scaglione’s first design for Bertone and the centerpiece of Bertone’s exhibit at the XXXIV Turin Motor Show, April 23 – May 4, 1952. It is arguably the first design in Scaglione’s masterful B.A.T. series for Bertone.

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This Bertone-bodied Abarth 1500 Biposto Coupé is the most important barn find in recent history. It is among the earliest, if not the first, Fiat-based Abarths. It is Franco Scaglione’s first design for Bertone and the centerpiece of Bertone’s exhibit at the XXXIV Turin Motor Show, April 23 – May 4, 1952. It is arguably the first design in Scaglione’s masterful B.A.T. series for Bertone.

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This Bertone-bodied Abarth 1500 Biposto Coupé is the most important barn find in recent history. It is among the earliest, if not the first, Fiat-based Abarths. It is Franco Scaglione’s first design for Bertone and the centerpiece of Bertone’s exhibit at the XXXIV Turin Motor Show, April 23 – May 4, 1952. It is arguably the first design in Scaglione’s masterful B.A.T. series for Bertone.

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This Bertone-bodied Abarth 1500 Biposto Coupé is the most important barn find in recent history. It is among the earliest, if not the first, Fiat-based Abarths. It is Franco Scaglione’s first design for Bertone and the centerpiece of Bertone’s exhibit at the XXXIV Turin Motor Show, April 23 – May 4, 1952. It is arguably the first design in Scaglione’s masterful B.A.T. series for Bertone.

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This Bertone-bodied Abarth 1500 Biposto Coupé is the most important barn find in recent history. It is among the earliest, if not the first, Fiat-based Abarths. It is Franco Scaglione’s first design for Bertone and the centerpiece of Bertone’s exhibit at the XXXIV Turin Motor Show, April 23 – May 4, 1952. It is arguably the first design in Scaglione’s masterful B.A.T. series for Bertone.

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This Bertone-bodied Abarth 1500 Biposto Coupé is the most important barn find in recent history. It is among the earliest, if not the first, Fiat-based Abarths. It is Franco Scaglione’s first design for Bertone and the centerpiece of Bertone’s exhibit at the XXXIV Turin Motor Show, April 23 – May 4, 1952. It is arguably the first design in Scaglione’s masterful B.A.T. series for Bertone.

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This Bertone-bodied Abarth 1500 Biposto Coupé is the most important barn find in recent history. It is among the earliest, if not the first, Fiat-based Abarths. It is Franco Scaglione’s first design for Bertone and the centerpiece of Bertone’s exhibit at the XXXIV Turin Motor Show, April 23 – May 4, 1952. It is arguably the first design in Scaglione’s masterful B.A.T. series for Bertone.

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