This lovely little Fiat 500L was built in Fiat's factory in Turin in early 1972 and was first registered in Bari, Southern Italy on April 15th 1972.
It is finished in its original colour scheme of White with Red vinyl trim and Red carpets, Black fold back Sun Roof, 499cc Engine, 4 Speed Manual Gearbox and its original Steel Wheels with chrome Hub Caps.
It was restored in Italy to a very nice standard and works included a full repaint, new chrome fittings and interior trim and a mechanical overhaul. It has 12,349 Kilometers on the speedo, but we cannot confirm this as its original mileage from new, although it the engine and gearbox are superb.
Upon completion, it was taken to Southern Spain where it was used by the owner at his holiday home for a year before being imported to the UK in 2019. It is in fantastic condition throughout and drives superbly.
We have just registered the car here in the UK and upon sale it will be given a new MOT (although now exempt) and a full service upon sale and will come with our own 6 month mechanical warranty.
This is a perfect 'town car' and would also make a perfect donor car for one of our 'electric' conversions!
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