Exceedingly rare and beautifully Fiat Abarth 750 Spider with coachwork by Allemano. While most of Carlo Abarth's offerings were closed cars, some of his clients preferred open vehicles for competition. He was aware that a roadster could succeed in the profitable U.S. market. As such, he commissioned a Spider from Zagato based upon the 750GT. With Zagato's initial designs drawing only limited appeal, Abarth turned to Carrozzeria Allemano, the Turin-based coachbuilder famous for their work with Maserati throughout the 1950s. Their efforts result in a unique, sleek, and sporty Spider while retaining a period Italian charm.