Alfa Romeo Carabo Inspired: 1977 Fiberfab Aztec 7

Another day, another gull-wing door equipped fiberglass oddball on the front page of the DailyTurismo…because that is how we roll around here. This isn’t a place to take things to seriously, but I’m serious when I say that I’d never pay the princely sum of money needed to own the actual one-off Marcello Gandini of Gruppo Bertone designed Alfa Romeo Carabo…but I would consider owning a Fiberfab Aztec 7…because it brings some needed style to the oft neglected word “fab.” And fiber is good too. Find this 1977 Fiberfab Aztec 7 offered for $5,900 in Chino Hills, CA via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!

From the seller:

1977 Aztec 7
condition: good
cylinders: 6 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 22000
paint color: red
size: compact
title status: missing
transmission: manual
type: coupe
Please Read the Ad.

1977 Alfa Romeo Carabo inspired 70’s wedge! Hand built. A very loved and well cared for endangered species. Fiber Fab originally produced these rear engine cars called the Aztec 7. There were 400 produced. Possibly as few as 150 are left out there today. This Aztec 7 Kit car, has a running Ford 6 cylinder engine, manual transmission, it will need a new or rebuilt clutch. Body is in very good condition, interior needs work. Perfect candidate to turn into an electric car. This car is sold as is, with a bill of sale only, and a original service manual, car is not in the DMV system. If the ad is up then it’s still available. Cash only. Serious buyers only.
do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

See a better way to drive something that looks like a million bucks, but only costs a million Sri Lankan Rupees?