the images are purely indicative, the final graphics will be agreed in detail with the customer
The 1975 car ran in the classic red and matte green base color. The graphics on the car were all painted in paint including the Fiat writings on the bonnet and Fiat Abarth on the sides and the number plate. The Pirelli sponsors and other minor adhesives remained in adhesive (or rather in adhesive screen printing)
HOW WE MAKE IT TODAY
The execution of the complete graphics requires the car to stop at our Turin headquarters and can be performed in the following way:
- the matt red and matt green base completely in paint like the original with the same coded colors and the painting methods of the time that give a further value of authenticity to the car. The white number holder rims and the Fiat writings on the bonnet and Fiat Abarth on the sides in paint or in adhesive. Original vintage effect technical sponsor stickers made with high quality conformable vinyls and applied with hot method for a very long duration.
DO YOU WANT STICKERS ONLY?
SUPPLY OF THE COMPLETE KIT STICKERS
It is possible to purchase the Complete kit sticker Fiat 124 Abarth Rally 1800 (1975) with all the stickers including the white rims with red edge on the doors with shipment to any address in Europe, USA, Japan.
A BIT OF HISTORY ...
The Fiat 124 Abarth was developed by Fiat from the 124 Sport Spider model, with the aim of taking part in the World Rally Championship from 1972 to 1975.
In 1972 the Fiat Racing Team officially took to the track and the car, recognizable by the red base and the black bonnet, won the European Rally Championship by winning half of the races held with Lele Pinto and Gino Macaluso at the wheel and placed second in the Championship. International Constructors (the World Championship would be born the following year). In 1973 the 124 participates in the World Championship, obtaining many successful results. In total, from 1972 to 1975 the Fiat 124 Abarth will always finish second in the final standings and will repeat the victory of the European Championship in 1975 running on a matt red and green base.
Since 1976 the Fiat 124 has been progressively replaced by another future successful racing car, the Fiat 131 Abarth Rally, which will achieve sensational victories in the subsequent World Championships.