Rare Fiat Ritmo Abarth 130TC.
For background – I owned a Ritmo Abarth 125TC – purchased in Frankfurt in 1992 to drive around Europe. If you’re a fan of hot-hatchbacks, you’re sure to love the driving dynamics. A bit of a highlight in Italian homologated production cars leading to later milestones like the Lancia Delta HF Integrale. Needs basic restoration.
From Wikipedia (translated)
In September 1983, Ritmo Abarth adopted the changes brought to the rest of the Ritmo range at the end of 1982 for MY 1983. Its weight decreased by 30 kg. The Abarth becomes 130 TC and is equipped with a true grille with four headlights, the engine gains 5 hp at only 5,800 rpm with the adoption of the electronic ignition Magneti-Marelli Digiplex. Acceleration 0-100 goes below 8 seconds. This version will compete in numerous competitions in the N group of the European Rally Championship with the unofficial support of Fiat, Abarth proposing many transformation kits for the cars in competition.