If the debate between Huracan and Miura might be clearly won by the new model, the same is not true for track cars.
Imagine actually driving a snorting, rorting racecar to your local track, racing a few hot laps til afternoon, then rumbling home.
The design and ultra-short wheelbase of this 1974 Abarth 2000 SE makes it pin-prick accurate. And fiesty.
280-horsepower from a LM-spec four-cylinder?
Rearing to go!
RM London 2015 – 1974 Abarth 2000 SE 027
7 September 2015
1974 Abarth 2000 SE 027
To be auctioned on Monday, September 7, 2015
Sold for £168,000
- Chassis no. SE027-001
- Engine no. 236 FA 206
Photo Credit: Cymon Taylor 2015 © RM Sothebys