Selling a 1959 Abarth Double Bubble
The 1959 Abarth Double Bubble was born from collaboration of some of the top automotive brands during the 1950s and 1960s. While Italian automaker Fiat would provide the chassis of the Fiat 600, Abarth would add an exceptionally tuned engine and Zagato would design what is now one of the most iconic body styles of the era. Characterized by its double bubble styling and curvaceous attitude, the Abarth Double Bubble would see great success in racing circuits across the world – particularly in the American and European markets. In fact, in 1957 alone the Double Bubble would take home fifteen new records, including fastest average speed after four straight days of racing at the Monza circuit. For this reason, the Abarth Double Bubble is often referred to as the “750 Record Monza Zagato.” During 1959, several improvements would also be released, including a DOHC valve-train and three-quarter windows. If you’re thinking about selling a 1959 Abarth Double Bubble, or any Abarth classic from this era, the Alex Manos team welcomes you to browse this website for additional Seller’s Tips and information on the brand.
1959 Abarth Double Bubble Seller’s Guide
Whether your 1959 Abarth Double Bubble Zagato is a pristine example with a racing pedigree or you’ve recently inherited a barn find that has been untouched for decades, the Alex Manos team would be delighted to speak with you. With approximately 600 examples of the Double Bubble produced throughout this short production period, rarity is certainly a component when evaluating your classic Abarth. Similarly, condition plays a large role in value as well. If you’re selling a 1959 Abarth Double Bubble, be sure to authenticate your example using engine and chassis numbers and be sure to provide current photographs regarding the condition of your car and any blemishes or areas of repair. If your car is in need of restoration, a list of parts or components that come with the sale can also be helpful in giving buyers confidence. Another important Seller’s Tip is to allow a third-party inspection if a serious buyer asks for one. Not sure where to have the car inspected? The Alex Manos team has partnerships across the country and can point you in the direction of a qualified and knowledgeable professional.
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To learn more about the market for 1959 Abarth Double Bubble models, connect with Alex Manos and his team of classic car professionals today. Always looking to buy new classics for their Los Angeles classic car dealership’s inventory, if your classic Abarth fits into their collection, they may make you a top dollar offer you can’t refuse. They even pay in cash and pick-up from any location in the country! Connect with their team today to learn more.