This beautiful 1970 FIAT Berlina 500L was imported by me from Italy just a few months
ago and has been used regularly, although not as much as I would like, hence it being for sale. I have a small collection of Fiat's in Italy but this one sadly has to go as we have to give up its garage under our family home which is being sold. It was originally bought from its home-town of Torino and driven happily around the area of Lago Maggiore where we used to live.
The car has no rust and the floor it also strong and rust free. It is in the classic Fiat ivory/white no. 296 with tan interiors and of course has the fully opening canvas roof in black which adds to the Dolce Vita driving experience when open!
The roof is in great condition and there are no rust marks on the metal where the roof closes onto the car.
The car is LHD, in lovely condition and drives beautifully.
On the boot there is a traditional steel picnic / luggage rack for days out with the hamper.
It is a four-seater, has a manual 4-speed gearbox and has done 53,943km.
It has a new MOT certificate (expires Sept 2019).
Insurance is cost effective making this car very easy to own in the UK.
The tyres are also new. It has been garaged all year round, and is always protected from adverse weather. Currently it's in a garage in West London waiting to get out, but we keep it locked up to ensure its condition stays perfect!
The Fiat 500 was produced between 1957 and 1975 with limited production of the Fiat 500K estate continuing until 1977. It was designed by Dante Giacosa and, despite its diminutive size, the 500 proved.....
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Super rare Autobianchi Transformabile with huge sliding roof.
This is the Fiat 500 in haute couture dress for the former rich
and famous which used these little beautys during there yacht stays