973 ITC FIAT 124 SPIDER
l; New price: $3, 500 obo
For sale is my 1973 Fiat 124 Spider classified in ITC for SCCA competition.
Engine: 1608cc stock engine, single carburetor, racing header. Timing belt replaced in early 2012 at Sports Car Authority, Matthews, NC
Transmission: 5-speed Fiat transmission, checked over by Sports Car Authority early 2012 replaced reverse gear, OE-spec clutch.
Suspension: 400lb front, 350lb rear race springs, Koni shocks all corners, large sway bar front, light sway bar rear (Sports Car Authority suggested increasing the spring rates for better handling to 500 front, 400 rear)
Rear End: Locked or welded stock-based rear end, works great as a “posi”
Brakes: Stock 4-wheel disc with high performance pads from International Parts. These are more than ample for the car as on most tracks and hill climbs, you won’t be using the brakes very much. At the Dragon hill climbs, the brakes are not touched during a run up the hill. DOT 3 Valvoline Fluid. Remember: Flush and bleed regularly!
Car won 2012 ITC class Southeast Division Time Trials championship. The car is race ready and comes with a nice list of spares as well as a good set of mounted Hoosier R-compound DOT tires and the car is riding on a new set of
Fiat 124 Coupe / Spider & 2000 Spider: 1971-1984 Shop Manual (Workshop Manual Fiat)
Book (Brooklands Books)
My favorite car was a 67 Sunbeam Alpine2006-08-23 10:50:30 by autotek
Got it in 68 with 12kmi.I put an Abarth exhaust onit.It had a hardtop for the winter and was warm and dry.In the spring I would take it off and drive with a tonneau cover so only the drivers area was open with the top down.The heater on full blast and I was comfortable.I put in a Blaupunkt AM/FM which was a bog deal back then.I has a bookshelf speaker for the rear seat.I would tune the radio in FM between stations and it would pick up the ignition system.I would accelerate with just the front speaker then at 4krpm turn on the rear speaker.It sounded like a jet taking off,especialy when I was stoned.
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