Abarth Enthusiasts Worldwide

Abarth Museums and Large Collections

Since about 1970, Abarths have become very collectable indeed. Several museums and large personal collections of Abarth cars exist today around the world. Most Abarth museums are open to the public, but a few are by "invitation only". AEW membership includes many large collectors. They have a wealth of information about their cars and about Abarth and C. in general. We respect their privacy, but appreciate their participation.

As the economies of nations fluctuate, so does the movement of Abarth cars. The current strength of the European Union and weakening dollar in the USA has contributed to the reacquisition of many Abarths to Europe. The Japanese economy flourished in the late 1970s and 1980s and a large number of Abarths moved from the USA to Japan. These events have spread Abarths around the globe. AEW exists, in part, because of the redistribution of Abarths and the excitement generated by their presence on at least 5 continents.

Abarths also show up at "gatherings". These are events hosted by an individual or a racing event. These gatherings many times bring 30 to as many as 80 Abarths out from their protective covers and into the sun.

Many AEW members have visitied, or hope to visit, these shrines to the cars they love.



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