This final car of DT’s Boxing Day special comes as a tip from Hugh. It is as cheap a Fiberfab as you’ll get, but don’t expect to drive it home. Find this 1983 Fiberfab Aztec bidding for $1275 in Hawthorne, NJ with a day to go via eBay. From the seller: I purchased this 1983 […]
The asking price for this next car is a bit above DT’s self imposed $25k limit, but with all the talk of inflation being out of control we might need to revisit that number. Anyway, this next expensive piece of fiberglass is one of 12 of the Banshees built by Fiberfab (or built by someone who purchased the kit). The “really good looking for a kit car” fiberglass body sits on top a 62 Austin Healey chassis. Find this 1966 Fiberfab Banshee offered for $28500 in Morgan Hill, CA via craigslist.
I know what you are thinking. Another Fiberfab Aztec? Are you DT guys huffing paint again? But…they are so fabulously retro-futuristic that my head just about explodes each time another one comes in the tips email inbox. Maybe I should turn that off. Who am I kidding. I can’t deny that the future was better in the past and neither can you, so just stop. The only question you should ask is — why does this Aztec have a giant Mercedes-Benz emblem on the front? Find this 1981 Fiberfab Aztec 7 offered for $6,800 in San Antonio, TX via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
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!
This next car comes as a tip from Cory who writes: rare Fiberfab kit car- is that an oxymoron? Is it possible for a kit car to be rare? But the bigger question is…is this a kit car? The seller seems to think it isn’t a kit car and assures us that this is one of two factory built Fiberfab Aztecas with a factory ID tag…but I can’t find any reference to the Azteca on Fiberfabs website…but they do mention a Aztec GT convertible…so I’m not sure what this is…other than being really cool and needing some finishing to get it going. Find this 1966 Fiberfab Azteca offered for $8500 in Reinholds, PA via craigslist.
The seller of this next thing starts his advert off with the casual question; Did you see the movie “Ford Vs Ferrari”? The answer, of course, is yes…but I do have a counter question; Did you see any Pontiac Fiero parts in Ken Miles’ GT40? Mmmmmm. I guess the guys at GM didn’t get a […]
I always find it interesting when a seller offers a car for sale on craigslist, but apparently has little idea of what kind of car he/she is actually selling. The seller lists this as a “Ferrari” kit car, but there was no Ferrari that looked like this thing back in the day — and the […]
The Alfa Romeo Carabo was a Marcello Gandini of Gruppo Bertone designed concept car that not only perfected wedge styling but also was equipped with wicked scissor doors..but you can’t afford one if you could find one for sale, so why not get the Walmart version — something called the Fiber Fab Aztec 7 that […]
The world of GT-40 replicars runs the gambit from atrocity to travesty, but in this next car we might have found a bit of a gem. The FT Bonito was sold as a kit by Fiberfab and sold mostly in Germany and the Netherlands according to various furrin language websites. The FT used a VW […]
Most of the time, out of this world show cars end up as one offs that either find their way to a collection or the crusher. However, some provide inspiration for a man in a shed to create a kit homage that uses the concept as an inspiration. Find this 1971 Fiberfab Aztec 7 for sale […]