I guess in the current automotive vernacular, a 'Tribute car' made to look like the great Abarth rally cars of the 60s and 70s. Same color scheme, Abarth emblems, a modified high performance engine and even Abarth wheel centers
An interesting car. Originally one of the original Fiat Turbo cars sold in the USA (via my research, 700 built with an unknown left in existence), specially prepared by Legend industries. And at some point during this car's forty year journey through life, had the Turbo unit removed and fitted with higher compression pistons and hotter cams along with Bosch electronic fuel injection. The result being a 'rare car' (note the Legends sticker and turbo gauge) and the rather distinctive aesthetics.
Moving along........excellent rust free floors, excellent body with very nice paint (note 'mirror image' reflections and the 'laser straight' bodwork, very nice tan interior, brand new tan top, boot cover, spotless trunk, even the original took kit with every original tool. For whatever it is, an 'ex turbo' or even a fake Abarth, neat little car. And is runs and drives wonderfully, even with boot cover and modern stereo/CD.
And for not a lot of money, one can feel like an Italian rally driver YET not need 150 mph performance to satisfy one's need for speed. And most of all, have fun.