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VEHICLE DESCRIPTION: The proposed car has original italian plates and first registration documents, ideal for classical rallies and elegible at MILLE MIGLIA. The car is in good condition and ready for use. Recently replaced seat covers, door panels and ceiling. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE We do not have the possibility to constantly update our prices and ads so it is possible that the selling price displayed may be changed. It is the burden of the buyer to verify all information, datas and inspect the vehicle before proceeding to purchase. We are able to supply any kind of documentation upon request. For further information we are at your disposal please contact us at +39 030/2411531 , mail to email@example.com Visit our webpage www.luzzago.com TIPS We are able to delivery your purchase straight to you. Contact us for quote to your address. (also shipping too EU and Extra EU community)
This fully restored car is available for a negotiated sale price around £27,750 which is in the middle of our estimated sale price. See TradeClassics.com for a full write-up and over 300 images and videos. EXTERIOR Having been subject to a complete restoration in 2014, the exterior of the Multipla is immaculate. The cream and red paint looks deep and fresh from all angles, take a look at the media below for details. Wheels & Tyres Wearing red wheels to match the paintwork, the wheels and tyres look great on the mini SUV. Each features a Fiat chrome hubcap, the front offside hubcap having had a ding at some point in its life. Bodywork Visual inspection of the bodywork returned no concerns as to be expected from a professionally restored car. The panels and shut lines all looking true and the underside and sills showed no signs of rust. Paint As mentioned above, the paintwork on the car is great, and the colour combination looks lovely. Glass and Trim All the glass looked great across the car. The trim in some areas showed signs of pitting as you would expect for a car of this age. INTERIOR The cream and red theme continues on to the inside of the Multipla, and the interior, although sparse, has also been professionally restored. Seats and Carpets Red with cream piping, the seats all look in great condition. There are no carpets in this car, just a fresh set of rubber mats throughout as you’d expect. Dashboard Just the one gauge on the 600, and the front dash being painted cream with no covering but looking very smart. Steering Wheel / Gear Stick Beautiful original thin steering wheel and the original style, no nonsense, simple gear stick. MECHANICS The 600 Mutipla features the 4 cylinder 600cc engine, I went out for a short run with Surjit and the car performed well. Engine and Gearbox Take a look at the video to see the cold start. The starter motor may require a few attempts on the odd occasion, but generally starts on the button first time. When the car is warm the engine idles smoothly and revs with no visible smoke. Suspension and Brakes On our short run, I was surprised as a passenger at how smooth the ride is. I was expecting a similar sensation to my own Fiat 500L, but this was not the case. No noises or rattles could be heard coming from the suspension and the car braked without issue too. The Drive The car pulled away without a problem and Surjit went through all the gears without issue, including reverse. Electrics and Other There aren’t many electrics on the Fiat 600, and the Mutipla variant is no different. We noticed that the oil pressure and temperature dials on the dash did not appear to be working. It’s assumed an easy fix and may be due to wiring.