The Fiat 124 Sport Spider was drawn in the design studios of the famous design house Pininfarina. Not by someone with a nice-sounding Italian surname, it was the originally half Dutch Tom Tjaarda who gave shape to the successful model. Tjaarda was not the first in the private world of car design, he also drew the Detomaso Pantera, Saab 900 and even the Ford Fiesta. Engine wise, the car was also brought to life by a very appealing name, none other than Aurelio Lampredi, an engineer from Ferrari, designed the engine with double overhead camshafts. The 124 Spider eventually became so appreciated and successful that Fiat released a renewed version in 2016. It was of course not as subtle as the original, modern car design simply has to take into account many more facets than a beautiful design. The example offered here has the word Turbo as a striking addition in the type description. Thanks to this Turbo, 122hp instead of 105hp is delivered to the rear wheels and the torque increases by almost 20%. The New York-based firm Legend Industries received permission from Fiat to fit a Bosch Turbo on the 2ltr engine, while retaining the factory warranty. With a not only faster, but especially smoother driving 124 as a result, especially due to the increased torque that the Turbo delivered. In combination with the Bosch injection system and a five-speed gearbox, it became a fantastic driving Spider. Legend Industries asked a serious amount for the interesting option, so only 700 copies were sold. And then only available in the USA, so with the thick impact bumpers. A Dutch collector really wanted a 124 Spider with the first series of chrome bumpers and the wonderfully driving Turbo engine, see the result here. Not found anywhere else, especially not in this condition. Original, rust free, equipped with the original interior and technically completely up-to-date. Equipped with alloy Cromodora rims, real wood in the dashboard and electric windows. The first series from 1966 already had disc brakes and five gears. A 124 Spider therefore offers a lot of (open) driving pleasure for a purchase price, which can still be called a very reasonable purchase price. The rarity and condition of this 2000 Turbo means that you will certainly not get any less of it in the future... The car already has a Dutch registration number, we only use the Roma registration number for the photos.