850 camber compensator & close ratio transaxle, 600 Abarth rear flares

Discussion in 'FS&W Forum' started by myredracer, Nov 29, 2018.

  1. myredracer

    myredracer True Classic

    Genuine original FAZA camber compensator from the 70s era (used). Not a copy. Rarer than the Holy Grail. See the FAZA photo below. There is a disc in the center with the manufacturer's name (Dalfiume) in Bologna stamped on it, The same disc can be seen in the FAZA photo. I removed this off my 1300/124. Not sure if I want to sell it since it was not an original Abarth piece so grab it before I change my mine! It has some surface pitting. I media blasted it and gave it a coat of paint. I also got some new cup washers, bolts & rubber bushings for it, same as what was on it. Has the original molded rubber pieces that go between the spring leaves and both are in good condition - still pliable, no cracks. $500

    Used close ratio transaxle for an 850. Ratios are 18/37 (2.06), 19/33 (1.74), 22/31 (1.41) & 24/28 (1.17). The R&P ratio is 8/37 as found in an 850 sedan (with 12" wheel). Second & fourth gears are straight cut. No reverse gear (I think). The diff. has been welded up. I would assume the welds could be ground off if wanted. All teeth look in good condition with no damage. A bellhousing did not come with it but I have a spare I can include if wanted. $650.

    One pair of rear fender flares for a later Berlina Corsa 600 based Abarth. No idea where these were made but they are very heavy duty and well made compared to others I have seen . Never installed, no damage. $200.

    The cost of shipping is additional.

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    Last edited: Nov 30, 2018
  2. Jeff Stich

    Jeff Stich True Classic

    Location:
    Norco, CA
    I'm interested in the 850 camber compensator unit, see PM. ;)
     
  3. t38bob

    t38bob Bob Tobin

    Location:
    Sacramento
    Is the camber compensator still available?
     
  4. myredracer

    myredracer True Classic

    Hi Bob,

    A long time member on the forum said he would buy it right after I posted it for sale. He's buying some other 850 stuff I have as well, but he's been procrastinating for going on 2 months. I know how much he wants it and am sure he will come through soon and maybe he's just trying to catch up on post Xmas bills... If something changes, I can definitely let you know.

    Thanks,
    Gil
     
  5. t38bob

    t38bob Bob Tobin

    Location:
    Sacramento
    Thanks for the quick reply. I’m new to the forum and just saw your post so no worries. I’m in if he changes his mind. It would go on an original 67 1000 OT spider.
     
  6. kmead

    kmead Insufferable dum bass

    Location:
    Michigan
    Also interested in the camber compensator. I know I am down on the list (no power and thus little internet this week so very late to the party). Thanks, this would be for my 1969 850 Sport Coupe

    Karl
     
  7. myredracer

    myredracer True Classic

    I think you were looking for one last year and I thought you might have inquired about mine earlier! Sure, can let you know if anything changes.
     
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  8. kmead

    kmead Insufferable dum bass

    Location:
    Michigan
    Thank you.

    Entirely possible and I likely forgot because I am too many things going on memory challenged...
     
  9. Jeff Stich

    Jeff Stich True Classic

    Location:
    Norco, CA
    I've been waiting for you to finish cutting up your 2 Coupes & sorting what panels were available for me to purchase from you, so I could pay for all of the parts + shipping in one shot.

    Check your email, a Paypal payment for the 850 c/c + the AM radio has been sent.
     
  10. myredracer

    myredracer True Classic

    Camber compensator is now sold.

    Thank you very much! Payment is timely as it will be going towards an original Abarth 1300/124 engine block I was lucky come across.

    The sheet metal pieces have been in a pile in the garage for a few weeks and are ready to go any time. I've gone through the coupe shell I'm restoring and know what pieces I definitely won't be needing anymore so no worries there.
     

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