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Sold my Marcos and having exotic car withdrawal symptoms.

Found a great looking Abarth 2000 body made right here in the U.S.

Have a spare Alfa 2000 engine to use.
But need to figure out a better longitudinal transaxle than VW.

Preferably fairly light, ability to change ratios would be great.
Needs to not be blank check expensive.

Suggestions?
 

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The transaxle used in modern Subarus looks pretty good, it has six gears and lots of aftermarket support.
Also the transaxle used in Audi's that have the engine mounted longitudinally are a possibility.

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I was hoping for GTV or Sud to keep it more Italian.
Hewlands are now crazy priced and not really streetable anyway.

Long term project so not a rush to figure it out.

Currently trying to get the engine running.
 

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What is a Abarth 2000 Body

Hi

Can you explain what you mean by a Abarth 2000 Body? Or better yet post a picture.

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Abarth pic?



Fiberglass replica bodies are available.
Found on a Locost USA thread.

I would want a short windshield for a cleaner look.
 
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