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If you are an enthusiast of classic Italian sports cars, then you must consider the Fiat Abarth 595 from 1968. This car may be a long time old, but if you love the past, you love this car. The styling is traditionally Italian, often opposed to other models from other countries, and so easily recognizable; after all, the Fiat 500 seems almost sympathetic to its purpose, and everyone loves it. However, the Fiat Abarth 595 isn't quite a typical Italian sports car; it's different.
Many think that it's a scaled-up version of the Fiat 500, but it's actually nothing of the sort. This means that while the Fiat Abarth 595 from 1968 can be a great deal smaller than its modern day equivalent, it still has everything that a sports car should have. It features a lightweight engine, and manual transmissions have always been a standard in any Abarth model since they were introduced in the US, meaning that any American living in the twenty-first century will have the pleasure of owning a classic Italian sports car, right at their fingertips.
There are many variants of the Fiat Abarth 595 from 1968 available to collectors, but the most desirable are the limited editions. These are based on the general lines of the original model, but with minor variations to bring them up to modern day standards. Limited editions of the Fiat Abarth 595 from 1968 are a bit harder to find than your average collector's item, as auto makers tended to keep little production for these models, and only release a handful for sale. However, these cars are worth every penny, because of their rarity,