1974 Autobianchi 500 GIARDINIERA, COMPLETAMENTE RESTAURATA, ISCR For Sale
We propose the Autobianchi 500 Giardiniera, the version built by Autobianchi of the New 500 Giardiniera, whose assembly was transferred to the Desio house starting from 1966.Compared to the original Fiat version, launched in 1960 and corresponding, in terms of layout, to the D version of the 500 sedan, there were no changes. Initially the car even retained the Fiat brand: in fact, Autobianchi also assembled a part of the production of the 500 D on Bianchina lines (which derives from the small 500). In 1968, after the launch of the F series of the 500, the Giardiniera assumed the Autobianchi brand. In addition to the specifications of the F, excluding changes to the doors that, unlike the sedan, will always remain open "wind" (ie hinged behind), the Giardiniera adopted air intake grilles (those on the rear pillars) black (instead of steel color) and the exterior rear-view mirror. The front frieze was also changed, which became larger, but without the two horizontal mustache that incorporated the Fiat logo. . In addition to the "wind" doors, a peculiar feature of the Giardiniera was the rear hatch, which also included a portion of the roof, hinged on the left side. Both these "particularities" will be preserved until the end of production (1977).Initially the Giardiniera was produced together with its most elegant derivative, the Bianchina Panoramica, which was published in 1969. . Next to the "promiscuous" version there was the commercial variant van, characterized by the large load compartment (obtained with the abolition of the rear seat), the elimination of rear windows (replaced with sheet metal) and the absence of the sunroof of canvas (present until the end of production on the civil version).Vehicle proposed by Link Motors Perugia only on Appointment. Domestic and foreign shipments. High resolution photos on the Link Motors website.
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