THE AC OWNER REGISTRY 67- 69

            

                        

 

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Some new & useful  info about the registry:

 

I spend hours on the internet tracking down 124 coupes world wide. I have seen so many cars in forums, blogs and in for sale ads!. I find it hard to believe what is accounted for in registry indicates the true surviving coupes world wide. I predict there are at least easily a 1000 cars still alive not listed here or the Italian registry!

 

In conclusion: If owners are a bit hesitant to post the chassis numbers or personal info in the registry, there is no need to now.

 

R.C.

            

                                                                                                                                            updated: 05/12/2012  

  107 AC Coupes in Owner's Registry

Please assist us in registering all the surviving 124 Sport Coupes.  By doing so allows us a better chance at preserving them through owner communication.  If you know of any other Coupe owners, would you be kind enough to pass on the URL of the site.  Please email coupes@fiat124sportcoupe.com the following information about your Coupe: 

 

NEW FEATURE: Where you read “pictures” “video” or any word or phrase underlined within the registry, this is a hyperlink to view the various media content concerning that coupe.

 

PLEASE NOTE: Going by the chassie numbers in the Italian coupe registry the 67 year production coupe ends at about the 20000 mark. So I will use this as a giude to begin the 68 production numbers which ends around the 70000 mark. 69 year production ends around the 106000 mark. Until I get documentation and true facts, the registry will stay this way "unofficial"

ANOTHER IMPORTANT NOTE: There are 21 AC coupes in the Italian registry that are not listed below

 

1967

Serial Number

Engine

Mileage

Owner

Features

       
             NEW

      124AC000265

1438

????

 

car is in Italy

 pictures

Just flawless!

Administer says. Man I love the interior of this car!!. beautiful, just beautiful Too bad the original rare “early” production interior door armrests are missing. However you see that the rear ones are still there

       

      NEW

124AC0001640

1438 83.000 kms

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wolfgang Rothenaicher

 

pictures

Car is newly imported from Bologna, Italy. Very genuine condition with nice patina. Absolutely no welding, first paint.

Administer says wow, car still has the original rare “early” production interior door  armrests!! The seats look remarkably unused especially the drivers seats cushion, considering the 83.000 kms.(look at the intact stitching) This is certainly one correct unmolested AC! Too bad some of the origional gold rimmed gauges have been replaced from a later production car. Would be nice to have more pictures of the car, like the engine compartment.

       

UPDATED

124AC0001823

1438

Alessandro Ravera

pictures

the car is all original, has got cromodora-abarth wheels, an original voxon sebring radio
       

124AC0005394

1438

Riccardo Veronesi

Original stuff outfitted with an old AUTOVOX radio set and pneumatic horns.  This car is on the road (as you see in the picture) and belong to my family since 30 May 1967 (registration date) and it should be one of the firsts that have come in Ferrara.
       

124AC007946

1608

William A. Amata

Car purchased in Sept. '73. Driven until 1991. Hit and run accident in 74 led to later read panel, lights and bumber. After several fender benders, changed color to white. Original Fiat wheels split and widened to 8 inches. Car waiting for restoration: new windshield, rocker panels, wheel arches, paint. Was going to abandon but '75 spyder project came out so good I hope to repeat that success with the coupe. Coupe was much quicker than spyder.
       

124AC0017374

1438

?

Amadei Luca

White, 4-speed, good condition
         

124AC0019237

1438

Timo Moisio

Will be on the road again in the summer 2003 with new paint, not in original condition but in original style.  Leather interior made in 80´s like new. Was not very rusted because it has been treated with anti-rust compounds over the years. Original colour blue, but painted red (with metalflakes) also in 80´s.  SC will be red in future too, but without flakes..
       

124 AC

1438

Alan Centi Cabrera

yellow with black stripes, engine rebuilt

  1968

Serial Number

Engine

Mileage

Owner

Features

 

124AC0022636

 

1438

 

Unknown

 

Ron van Dam

Absolutely no rust!  New interior installed, presently having a new engine installed

         

124AC0024853

1438

Artur Gadowski

Features: Full restoration in 2002, new silver paint, no rust, light alloy wheels, almost 100% original, engine in perfect condition, 5 speed gearbox, recently registered, running very well, my father owned it since 1978
       

 

124AC0026592

 

1756

 

19,000 km

              Juan Pablo Gonzalez

Braid 8" wheels, dual Weber 40 IDF, Lancia Beta Coupe seats, Sebring F1 mirrors, racing exhaust
         

124AC0027021

1438

Oliver Thurgur

Features-----undergoing restoration, the first 124 Coupe in England!
       

NEW 2011

124AC0032543

1438
            50045 km                 

originally bought in Germany and brought to Greece in 1969. Restored and changed color in 1995 (initially red, now yellow). Hasn't moved for at least 5 years but kept in a garage. Now undergoing mechanical repairs. Some rust has appeared around doors, trunk and bonnet. Electrics next, since the 3 organs (fuel, temp., oil) don' t work.

Administer says wow another yellow coupe! In great shape too!

       

124AC0033476

1438

+200k km

Ruben Rodrigues Rapazote

Restored, thinking of installing a Abarth 2000cc with a turbo
         

124AC35130

1438

86K km

Marcus Svensson

5 speed gearbox (original 4 speed), Colour: Red  tires: 165/80/13, metal wheels with caps.  The car is 99% original (not gearbox). It is in very good condition. Not mint condition, but all most.
         

NEW

124AC0037693

1608
( ???)

In current slow restoration equipped with weber 40idfs This is the car the way I bought it.

Administer says: first thing to do is remove the 131 tail lights!

         

124AC0038219

1608

Greg McClure

In restoration.
       

 

124AC0038882

 

1438

 

170,000

              

              Chris Chamberlain

"Just completed a mega restoration job, repainted in deep yellow,"  fitted with Abarth-Cromodora CD-30's

         

124AC0042398

1438

unknown

Don Dryden

Dark green with 4-speed
         

 

124AC0042576

 

1438

Around the clock many times

 

Greg Evans

  

Torque tube, 5-speed, a parts donor car after accident
         

124AC0042623

1608

Mark Perkins

pictures

3nd owner, The car now has a 1608 in it with 5spd from a 70 BC parts car and its original Fiat Roosevelt four spoke aluminum wheels (He had the work done). He did include the original engine and trans as well as some other parts with the sale. Since then I have installed a new carpet set and re-done the wood laminate on the dash and center console.
       

 

124AC0043939

 

1438

 

91232 mi

 

Dale E. Williams

  One owner. Medium blue with mag wheels. 4 speed & stock engine. Good condition in and out. Saved after moderate tornado hit.
         

124AC0045117

1438

Martin Baars

Imported from Italy, white
       

 

124AC0046567

 

1438

 

135,000

        

Cambell Robertson

Original except for 8-spoke Cromodoras and a cloth interior

         

124AC0047691

1438

René Staal

My car is a 1968 AC Sport Coupé which my father sold when he was still a Fiat dealer.  In 1984 I bought the car from the first owner. It was in near showroom condition then.  Last year I decided to give the car a respray because the colour (456 dark blue) began to fade.  I am now in the process of rebuilding it and it is nearly ready.  4 speed gearbox
       

124AC0048652

1438

Georgi Georgiev

Blue metalflakes, 5-speed, still good on the road,looking for new home
       

124AC0049040

1438

70,000 km

Amadei Luca

Painted in deep yellow with 5 speed is in complete restoration. 
         

124AC0050519

1438

Brad Aitken

Features: Rescued from rotting in a friends back yard, it took me nearly 10 years to restore. Everything mechanical is either new or overhauled. No modifications apart from non-standard wheels and electric cooling fan. Has torque tube tailshaft and 5 speed transmission. Used as a daily driver. Completely reliable and more than a match for modern traffic!
       

124AC0050630

1438

Tjeerd van Dalen

Very original car, 3th owner, Color 234 Avorio Antico, complete restored
       

          NEW

   124AC0050719

  0 miles after total resto            
    Robert Catania

         step by step restoration

This car was bone stock when I got it. One of the few surviving 4 speed torque tube cars. Colour was changed by the previous owner and was yellow externally. Was heavily rusted in various parts of the car (mostly lower end) I have completely restored her from the ground up. Also changed the colour to the original Fiat silver code 606. This was one of the colour choices for the 68 AC. The motor will be a modified 2litre or 1756cc NA. Stay tuned for my step by step resto tech article in the making.

 

NEW 05/12/2012

124AC0052286

1438
60K

Neil Watson

pictures

All original and working well &I have owned it since 1st July 2004. It's in good condition. I have all the original documents, all MOTs, and original green log-book.

       

124AC0052512

see

features

Kindra Scott

General Electric 2CM77 400A 72v

White w/ Black Interior

       

124AC0053049

1438

210k  mi

James Pomeroy

One owner, bone stock down to the Roosevelt wheels. dark green with rosso brown interior, 4-speed, torque tube, now restoring
         

      NEW

      124AC0058817

    
1438
shows 64,224 miles probably turned over.
           
      Mark Perkins
was originally red, repainted British racing green.
         

124AC0059579

1438

unknown

Ron Horowitz

       

124AC0059586

1438

Ed Brown

white terminally rusted used as parts car
       

124AC062573

1438

Ville Vieri

Heavily rusted sills, otherwise the chassis is ok. No engine and wrong tail lights but almost all of the parts included. Torque tube transmission. The car will be restored in the near future. Pictures at the page
       

124AC0062887

1438

Christian Almquist

Features: Somewhat rebuilt, wheelarches and a paintjob, bright red. 5 speed gearbox. Gearbox and engine believed to be original as well as mileage. Stock wheels with hubcaps and in good running condition.
       

124AC0063551

1438

?

Paul Julian

Full Restoration 99% complete, painted in 2 pack CC Coupe metallic Silver
         

124AC0063912

1438

unknown

Ron Horowitz

       

124AC0064347

1995

John Tins

Used to be my daily driver. Fitted with a two litre Lancia engine (1995), and twin d/draught Webers, it was a rocket. Poor maintenance of the air cleaner assys meant it ingested an air cleaner stud at 6500 revs. not pretty. It sits under cover until I can afford a restoration.
       

124AC0064695

1608

Simon Campbell-Hardwick

twin carbs, 5 1/2" 8 slot chromodora,cloth interior,recaro seats, momo wheel (wood), a bit of rust
       

 

 

124AC0064703

 

 

1608

 

 

unknown

 

 

Steve Schmidt

Rescued from the brink of oblivion, this Coupe was completely restored and fitted with a 5-speed, full roll cage, alloy wheels, Koni's, twin Webers, used as a tarmac stage rally racer. 
         

 

 

124AC0065239

 

 

1438

 

 

69,530 km

 

 

Steve Ennever    

Torque-tube, 5-speed, purchased in Italy as an alternative fuel powered vehicle, converted back to gasoline.  Painted a marine blue, currently in pieces and undergoing a complete restoration

         

 

 

 

 

NEW 05/12/2012

124AC0067536

 

 

 

 

1438

            

 

 

 

 

          105053 miles

 

 

 

 

Alan Sanders 

pictures

video

This car was parked outside Reno Nevada in 1985 by the original owner. He left a lot of notes including information that the number 1 exhaust valve was probably burned and the rear end was starting to clunk when he took up drive. He drained the rear end and the gas tank and parked it. I bought it from his wife after he died a few years ago. She told me this was the car he was driving when he started dating her. He bought the car from the Fiat dealer, Aurora Import Cars Inc  in Seattle, WA in Dec 1968.  It is registered as a 69 with a manufact date of 1968.  He paid 3230.40 including tax.
It needs a lot of work to get her back onto the road. The cylinder head has been replaced and is awaiting the first attempt at firing her up.  Interior is incredible after all those years of sitting in the desert.


         

124AC00067545

1995

Rich Radford

It has the 1995cc engine modified to approximate the specifications of the 1973 124 Abarth Rallye, albeit as a 2 liter. It is rust-free (now) with a fresh red paint job and has Cromodora Daytona wheels in the 6X14 size. I am lowering the suspension 1.5 inches (I just bought the springs), using Koni orange shocks

1969

Serial Number

Engine

Mileage

Owner

Features

124AC0071292

1592

Joe Blackburn

No rust and the trim is complete and in perfect shape! The previous owner had over $6,000 worth of work done, and the car was in very good overall mechanical shape except for the transmission. New paint soon
       

 

124AC0072556

 

1438

 

unknown

 

Bernie Teather

Third owner, owned since 1978, 5-speed, prop-shaft, Cromodoras, complete strip and rebuild in 1986.  Car has appeared in numerous publications.
         

124 AC 0072997

1438

Ed Brown

owned since 1978 restored 1986 originally dark green 4 speed now red 5 speed otherwise stock
       

      NEW

124AC0073130

 

    1608

       

            Harold Gaylord

First sold 1-28-1969. Currently being restored. The original colour was  red but that will be changed. Modifications, Rack & Pinion steering from a Brava. custom front crossmember (to hold the rack). Polyuerthane bushings front & rear(my own design) Semi coil over front suspension, full coil over rear. The engine is a 2nd over 1608cc (1633cc). Modified with a super charger. The head has been port matched with the  chamber relieved to reduce the compression ratio to 8.2. It has  stock valves. Everything has been balanced. The supercharger is an Ogura Clutch Model TX07. I am planning on only running 7psi boost. I  have installed an aluminum radiator from a Scirocco with 2 pusher  fans. The injectors are 19lb Ford. The engine management system is from SDS which control fuel & ignition. Wheels, 185 70  13 on the front and 205 60 13 rears. The wheels will be direct bolt  Borrani wire wheels 6X13.  More detailing pictures and specs here.

       

124AC0075278

1995

unknown

Marian Birkholz

converted to 2 litre engine (orig. 1430 engine went into my girlfriends 1971 1430ccm BC Spider), 5-Speed, undergoing total mechanical restoration, was a very original first owner car from switzerland, some period details like steering wheel and wing mounted mirrors,
         

124AC0077291

1438

Ville Vieri

Some has 'rebuilt' and hence spoilt the chassis. No papers, and most of the interior parts missing. Wrong gearbox. Will be used as a parts car for my another AC restauration but the remaining parts and the chassis will be stored. Pictures at the page http://www.netikka.net/ville.vieri/124AC/
       

       NEW

124AC0077857

 

 

 2000cc

  

  38.800 mi

  

        

            ebay USA winner

                   pictures

5 speed just restored, no rust very solid straight body & frame. Rebuilt  2.0L twin cam engine with high compression domed pistons, performance autocross cams, ported & polished head & intake manifold, new dual Weber 44 IDFs carburettors , headers, electronic ignition system, electrical fuel pump & cooling fan. New clutch kit, new brake pads, rebuilt  callipers, new shocks, new drive shaft flex joint & bearing, new heater valve, new ANSA muffler, new wheels & tires 225/50/R15, leather seats. This is a very fast & fun car to drive,  has a great handling  & performance, always gets attention!

       

24AC0078254

1438

Alessandro Ascatigno

The car was stored for 10 years by older, only 130,000 km original from new.  Perfect engine!!!! The gearbox has only a problem on a bearing.  New absorbers, brakes, new timing belt+tensioner, new tires, new complete exhaust and the car passed immediately the secury test. It was wonderful to drive it all around Rome with the music from the original radio !! very good stability,brakes and powered engine. Then I had to move to Belgium because of the job and I decided to restore completely the body...big surprice there was a lot of rusty.I have some foto of the old situation....after 6 month was in a good shape and finally as new !  The wheels you see in the new foto are the magnesium of the fiat 125 special with 8 holes
       

124AC0078381

1438

82,000

Mark Peoples

Will be installing 131 Volumex engine soon. Currrently has a 1608

         

124AC0079052

1438

Michael Meyer-Hansen

Features: 1. reg. date 31.12.1969. Disassemblied. Very rusty. Restoration will be necessary.Color from new: Dark blue.
       

NEW 2011

124AC0081006

1438
                89719 miles                                   

Robert Ward

pictures

Very clean and original!

       

124AC0081196

1438

Henk Sloos

Purchased in Germany.  The car is undergoing a totally rebuild and is now in pieces while the bare body is being welded
       

124AC0081391

1608

unknown

John Morrison

non-standard alloy wheels. This car has been painted a ghastly brick-red. It was originally blue.  I rescued this Fiat 124 from a wrecker's yard.
         

124AC0081399

1995

130,000

 

Pete Angel

Undergoing a restoration which is to include various high performance modifications.
         

124AC0081681

1650

Gil Cormaci

My Coupe was purchased from Commonwealth Imports in Fullerton, CA on 2/9/69, I was 20 years old. It is Mediterranean Blue (code 487 or 497)?, with 5-speed option. American Racing Libre four spoke mags were included...unfortunately I did not hang on to those, but I did replace them with the equally as rare and probably more valuable 13x5 1/2 Cromodora CD-31 "Star" mags. PBS Engineering added cams, headers, dual 40 IDF 15's with factory air box (in which Paul Swensen had my hood bubbled by hand) and the engine was enlarged to 1650 cc. Suspension was lowered with springs.
       

NEW

124AC0085143

1438
130.000 Km
       

124AC0086189

1438

unknown

Tresna Dermawan

Right hand steering, black canvas top
         

 

124AC0086712

 

1438

>200,000

(closer to 250,000!)

 

Anthony Genovese

Second owner of the car, purchased in 1973.  Used as a daily driver.  Repainted "Positano Orange", stock except for mag wheels, just received a rebuilt engine in early 2000 

         

124AC0086833

1756

160k mi

Paul Julian

       

NEW

124AC0088155

             1438

32.000 km (might not be correct!)

                                     Robert Vissers                                                  pictures

Features - imported in '87 from Italia, 2011-Q1 partially restored, driveable for the moment.
       

Update

NEW OWNER

124AC0089602

 

1438

 

23.600 mi

Graeme Adeane

pictures

This car was sold and shipped to New Zealand in 2004. Finished in verde with tan interior and shows a genuine mileage of 23668 miles . The car  was only driven for the first 3 years of its life and in 1972 was placed into storage in Cornwall, England until 2002. It came into my ownership in 2006  and after collecting numerous NOS parts, is awaiting a full restoration. Administer says wow what an immaculate interior!. Also this could be one of the very few ACs with a  rear defogger. (Need to verify if this is factory)
         

124AC0089941

1438

260,000 km

Kostas Nikolopoulos

Green metallic, very original, some rust by mechanicals are excellent
         

124AC090099

1438

Hasse Rissler-Åkesson

Renovated to an outstanding condition by the earlier owner.  The car was totally taken down to the smallest pieces.The body was sprayed in beautiful red. The interior is in black vinyl, the floor mats black as well.  Cromodoras.  I am most impressed by the roadholding of the car, and thera is almost not a car of today, that can compete with it! But, 90 hp is not much to compete with today!  Anyway an outstanding car, which still can stand out to the cars made today, after 36 years!!!
       

124AC0090490

1438

Per Jensen

The car was registered in Norway for the first time in 12/5/1969
       

124AC0091379

1438

Rakotondrafara Christian

Features: Blue, 5-speed, engine rebuilt
       

124AC0093005

1438

112,000 mi

Mike Mudge

pictures

White, 8.9 pistons, 34 DMSA Weber, Cromodora 14 x 6, interior work and new paint coming soon.  Upgrade to a 1800cc engine also.
         

124AC0097414

1438

Frank Keusch

My 124AC kame in 2003 from south Italy to Germany . It is silver-metallic, Interior black leather, 101.580 Km an in very good condition. Only the front wings had been changed and the whole car is new brushed. Silver-metallic, Interior leather black, 5-Speed, lower Springs with red koni shockabsorbers, wheels in front 8x15 BBS with 205/50/15 , rear 9x15 BBS with 225/50/15 . Fkeusch
       

124AC0098126

1438

Sava Dimitrov

Will be on the road again in 2004 with many modifications
       

124AC0098475

1756

unknown

Steve Keller

       

NEW 05/12/2011

124AC0099666

1765

85278 mi
David Haigh

Features----- Burnt Sienna (Yellow)

pictures--To come later

       

124AC0099711

1438

58,000 mi

Gary Sherrod

       

124AC0100074

1438

Simon Campbell-Hardwick

Features- 5" 8-slot Chromodora, absolutely genuine & complete but has lots of rust
       

124AC0100268

1438

100,000

Bernie Teather

Owner since 1977, restored in 1981.  Looking to do it again. Original black paint, fabric sunroof, Momo 6 x 13 wheels, Cibie headlights, originally bought by Canadian actor Robert Beatty back in 1969
         

124AC0100733

1438

Andy Tolley

98,902 orig miles. CA car, no rust. Positano Yellow. Daily driver for now, restoration in progress. All orig except for Cromadora wheels from an Alfetta.
       

124AC0100942

 

Paul Murkowicz

Very good paint, interior has received a beating from the Arizona sun, presently adding new side panels and getting seats recovered.
     

124AC0100959

1608

130,000 mi

Mahlon F. Croft

Repainted Fiat 850 yellow, 9.8:1 pistons, twin Weber 40 IDF, lowered about 2 inches, 124 Cromodora 5.5x13 mags, original interior
         

124AC0101861

1438

Gerard Hesp

Has been partly restored, will return to original, nearly rust free!
       

124AC0101984

1438

Unknown, no speedo

Greg Evans

Parts donor car, had been converted to a cabriolet by prior owner

 

NEW

124AC0103038

 

1438

 

72600 Km

 

Peter Vanco

pictures1

pictures 2

trying to maintain the spirit of Fiat , enjoying imortal Lampredi engine and beautifull Boano design.

Administer says check out the front end modification that was done on this car. Very nice looking! Very very cool, my compliments Peter

         

       NEW

 124AC0103807

 

   1438

    

92,790 miles, maybe turned
over.

              

 Mark Perkins

 

originally teal green, repainted light blue.

         

124AC0103852

1438

Mark Battisti

Was donor car, then taken on as a project and left, now being slowly rescued
       

124AC0104102

1608

Mikko Solomon

Nothing special, workin on slowly making this car nice. Its white and runs very strongly. Its fairly strait but in need of some cosmetic details.
       

 

124AC0104178

 

1438

 

Around the clock many times

 

Greg Evans

White, 5-speed, original six slot 13x5 Cromodoras, Momo Indy wooden wheel, daily driver, hope to restore someday, registration plate reads:  AC.124   
         

 

Updated 17/02/2011

124AC0107418

 

1608

 

Claude Miller

pictures

PBS modified engine with large valves, cams, large 36 Weber, header, all new suspension, brakes, driveline, Nardi steering wheel, battery relocated to trunk, 13 x 7 alloy wheels, lowered 1.5", all original interior

       

124AC0107648

1438

150,000 mi

Joe Saunders

Five speed, car is now undergoing a total restoration, Marelli electronic ignition, electric cooling fan, original owner--car purchased in January 1970
         

NEW 2011

124AC0108752

             1438              86,501 mi                      

Domenic Amendola

pictures

Car was originally purchased in England by a University of Ottawa professor who brought it to Canada a year later. Used regularly until 1986.  Kept in garage since 1986 until I bought it from the original owner in 2005 with 82,790 original miles.  Put it back on the road in 2006 and did a restoration on the body in 2007.  I plan to do the interior this fall (2011) after I finish my1969 Fiat 124 Sport Spider.

Administer says beautiful clean and in original. excellent condition!

         

124AC0109113

1756

 

 

Justin Berthold

High compression pistons, custom grind cams, twin side draught Solex carbs, 132 exhaust manifold, rear Ansa muffler, 4:3 rear ratio, Stilauto 6.5 x 13" mags with 205-60/13 Falkens, Boge shocks, suspension springs and much more

         

124AC0109132

1438

unknown

Merkel Weiss

2nd owner, 7x13 Campagnolas, white with black interior
         

124AC0109156

1995

too much!

Adam Fletcher

My 124AC is undergoing a slow and painful restoration. Features: Original except for 2.0l engine from a 131 and (temporarily) a set of cragar chrome mags. Koni adjustable shocks, new dual-circuit brake system, reco'ed 5-speed etc. It's just been involved in a crash (after the attached picture was taken), so i will be sourcing another body shell and intend to have it painted red or black, or perhaps even in racing colours
         

124 AC

(Race car)

1438

Bill Baldwin

1438cc with cam mounted electronic ignition and twin 45DCOE Webers, original all-steel body w/ 4130 Chrome moly tube cage, aluminum interior panels, close ratio 4 & 5 speed gearboxes, 5.38,4.10, 3.80, 4.30 rear lockers, Campanola, Personnel, & steel wheels per class, special oil sump, remote oil filter, oilite bronze custom bushings and suspension arms. 18+ races(?) including IMSA RS @ Daytona, Sebring, Talladaga, Atlanta, Mid-Ohio, Charlotte, SCCA B-Sedan, GT-3 & GT-4 @ I.R.P., Road America, Nelson Ledges and Solo I & II's all over central division. Was green & white in IMSA RS (1975-1982) and beige & blue in GT-4 (1986-1991) Built for IMSA RS by A-10 Racing, Satellite Beach, FLA. (Richard Aten: owner) USA. Reworked for SCCA GT by Bill Baldwin: owner #2, Chesterton, IND. USA. (1978-present)
       

 

124 AC

 

1765

 

166,00

  

           

Blair Ward

Well modified engine--"too many mods to list", other mods to car, set up for a classic road/race car, visually looks standard except for wheels
         

124AC

1608

David Mitchell

40 DCOE Webers, wheels are 15" Rial (German) alloys with Pirelli P600 tyres. Koni Sport (Yellow) shock absorbers, Momo Prototipo steering wheel, Full retrim in Conolly leather, new carpet, and all new rubber seals, Marchal headlights and PIAA spotlights, Ansa Exhaust
       

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1608

Wojtek Bernacki

Garret T2 turbo
       

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1756

unknown

Yiangos Yiangou

10.2:1 1800cc engine. Abarth oversize valves & gas flowed head, and Abarth valve springs. Genuine Abarth 068 cams, Abarth side draught manifold, 45's 36mm chokes. Lightweight flywheel. Fully rebuilt suspension Koni's with my own design swaybars (direct acting). Works Sump guard, 6'' X 13" Cromadora's 205/60/13
         

 

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1756

 

12,000 on new engine

 

Mark (?)

Recent bare metal restoration, worked 1800 cc engine with only 12K miles, lowered, 17 inch wheels, $5K stereo, many extras, Concorso Show winner, for sale, located in Australia, call 0414 986 769

 

       
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1438

 

Leonard Paley

A daily driver, painted positano orange

         

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1756

many kliks

Robert Durbridge

Red in fast-road trim!  3/4 cams, 40 mm Webers, 160 hp at 7000 rpm, Ford 9" diff, Collotti 5-speed,  being prepared for hill climbs and sprints

NEW 05/12/2011

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1438
135000 mi
David Haigh

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pictures--To come later

                                                                                                                                                                                        

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