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  • Fiat 500A Topolino '48

    £14,402 £14,402

    The Fiat 500, commonly known as "Topolino" (Micky Mouse in Italian) was manufactured from 1936 to 1955. The Topolino was one of the smallest cars in the world at the time of its production. Launched in 1937, three models were produced until 1955, all with only minor mechanical and cosmetic changes. It was equipped with a 569 cc four-cylinder, side-valve, water-cooled engine mounted in front of the front axle,( later an overhead valve motor ) and so was a full-scale car rather than a cyclcar. The radiator was located behind the engine which made possible a lowered aerodynamic nose profile at a time when competitors had a flat, nearly vertical grill. Three models were produced. Model A and B shared the same body, only the engine of model B had 16 hp, vs. 13 hp of model A. Model A was produced from 1937. till 1948., while B was produced 1948. and 1949. Model A was only a 2-door sedan, while Model B also introduced a 3-door wagon under the name 500 B Topolino Giardinetta ("station wagon, estate car"). Model C started in 1949. with restyled body and the same engine as Model B, and was offered in 2-door sedan and 3-door wagon versions. Since 1952., Giardinetta was renamed Belvedere ("A t

    • Year: 1948
    For sale
  • Fiat Coupe 16V Turbo | Hollybrook Sports


    A rare opportunity to purchase a Fiat Coupe 16V Turbo - New / unregistered, as featured in Auto Italia Magazine. This particular Fiat Coupe is unique being one of 15 pre production models built by Pininfarina as proof of manufacture. It was built for the RHD drive markets and used to test dealer feedback on the final trim and interior details, as such it has some individually quirky differences to the volume UK RHD drive cars. These include the gear lever, door rubbers, the carpet is made up of sections, it has a sunroof, single key and reads 825 miles. The miles where all completed by Pininfarina to prove the body construction and running gear, but the car was not road registered. Once the Fiat Coupe was put into production this car became part of the Pininfarina collection so it has not suffered from the elements outside and as such the paint is original and interior unmarked. Also included is a brand new / unused dealer set of RHD mats. In 2012 Pininfarina went bankrupt and the assets of the company where frozen. This car was bought by a private individual in Italy and has now only appeared for Sale within the UK. The Nova duties are paid but the car remains unregistered, Fiat h

    • Year: 1994
    • Mileage: 825 mi
    For sale
  • Fiat 500 Giardiniera White '66

    £7,562 £7,562

    Lowered price! The Fiat 500 (Italian: cinquecento, Italian pronunciation: [ˌtʃiŋkweˈtʃɛnto]) is a car produced by the Fiat company of Italy between 1957 and 1975, with limited production of the Fiat 500 K estate continuing until 1977. The car was designed by Dante Giacosa. Launched as the Nuova (new) 500 in July 1957, it was a cheap and practical town car. Measuring only 3 metres (~10 feet) long, and originally powered by an appropriately sized 479 cc two-cylinder, air-cooled engine, the 500 redefined the term "small car" and is considered one of the first city cars. Despite its diminutive size, the 500 proved to be an enormously practical and popular vehicle throughout Europe. Besides the two-door coupé, it was also available as the "Giardiniera" station wagon; this variant featured the standard engine laid on its side, the wheelbase lengthened by 10 cm (4 in) to provide a more convenient rear seat, a full-length sunroof, and larger brakes from the Fiat 600. Production of the 500 ended in 1975, although its replacement, the Fiat 126, was launched two years earlier. The 126 was never as popular as its predecessor in Italy, but was enormously popular in the former Eastern Bloc count

    • Year: 1966
    For sale
  • Fiat Coupe

    £4,500 £4,500

    This is a quite exceptional example of Fiat's iconic Coupe, one of the last made and one of my personal cars. It was registered on 1st November 2000 by the supplying dealer and then on the 11th November 2000 by its first ''real'' owner, an architect in Sheffield. He took exceptional care of his much loved coupe for the next 15 years until I bought it from him last year,a few years after he retired. I have a fondness for Fiat sports cars and had been looking for a really nice non turbo Coupe for some time so I was delighted to find this very well cared for car in outstanding,unmodified condition. I've used it very sparingly this year and have enjoyed every minute of driving it.The car has a completely full service book (15 stamps) from Fiat and specialist garages and has had the cambelt changed twice. It's clearly been cossetted and driven with great care during its 72000 mile life. Indeed I understand that it was always garaged and for most of its life only taxed and on the road between April and October. It's in exceptional condition mechanically and bodily and the interior is virtually unmarked. The MOT has no advisories and expires in May 2017. The car is HPI clear.There are loads of cheap (and probably nasty!) Coupes about, but this is a really lovely one for £4500! So if you're looking for one of the best examples available then this may be of interest.Please call me, Robin Whittaker, on 07860 726219 if you would like any more information or to make an appointment

    • Mileage: 72000 mi
    • Engine size: 1998
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  • 1966 Fiat 1500 Cabriolet

    $42,500(£34,892.50) $42,500(£34,892.50)

    The booming sports car market of the 1950s and early 1960s sent many manufacturers scrambling to the drawing boards to come up with cars that could appeal to young buyers, especially those in the red-hot American market. The British seemed to have the formula figured out with their simple and robust little sporting cars that looked great, didn’t cost much but perhaps lacked a bit of refinement. The Germans had their own ideas, though the Porsche 356 was still seen as a bit of an oddity with its air-cooled engine slung out behind the rear axle. Italian cars were seen as fragile, exotic jewels meant for wealthy, daredevil racers or suave playboys. Even the Alfa Romeo Giulia/Giulietta was considered a bit too exotic with its twin-cam, all-alloy engine. Though Fiat was a major player in Europe, they were all but left out of the sports car market in North America. They had a successful relationship with Fiat tuner and racing legend Abarth, but offered little in the way of a comfortable, affordable grand-touring sports car that could appeal to the average consumer. Thanks to the arrival of the 1500-cc overhead valve four-cylinder engine in 1962, Fiat’s sports car drought was about to end. Based on the new 80 horsepower engine (83-hp from 1966), the Fiat 1500 Cabriolet was a conventional sports car with its engine laid out longitudinally, driving the rear wheels, with disc brakes on the front axle. The standard Fiat 1500 was a basic, mid-market saloon car, but the Coupe and Cabriolet variants were treated to elegant Pininfarina coachwork. The styling seemed to borrow heavily from the Ferrari 250GT – which is certainly not a bad thing. Clean, crisp lines were complimented by a roomy cabin, generous boot and an easily folded cabriolet top. The fully-trimmed cabin featured roll up windows, courtesy lights, finely detailed instrumentation, adjustable bucket seats, locking steering column, clock, cigarette lighter and many other features gave the little Fiat a distinct upmarket feel when compared to its British competition. In spite of its advantages, Fiat was late to the show and sales weren’t as brisk as they hoped, the 1500 being replaced by the twin-cam 124 in 1967. We are very pleased to present such a wonderful example of this rare and unusual sporting Fiat. This genuine and true California black-plate 1500 Cabriolet has survived remarkably well when so many others succumbed to rust in harsher climates. A car built in small numbers to begin with, only a handful of them survive today, and fewer still are as fine as this. This 1966 model features the upgraded 83 horsepower engine mated to a smooth-shifting five-speed manual transmission, good for 100 mph performance. It is presented in delightfully fine condition inside and out, in a gorgeous color scheme of medium gray over red leather with a striking red convertible top, a color scheme ideally suited to the crisp Pininfarina styling. The exterior is very well detailed with headlamp stoneguards, very good chrome and stainless trim, proper polished wheel covers on correct steel wheels and correct Pirelli rubber. In the luxurious cabin, the leather and carpet are in very fine condition, wonderfully restored and well balanced against excellent original instruments and switchgear. From behind the wood-rimmed Nardi wheel, it is easy to get lost in the fantasy that this may somehow be a baby 250 PF Cabriolet - the egg crate grille and subtle PF badges on the flanks just add to the daydream. Under the forward-hinged bonnet lies the robust 1500-cc overhead valve engine. This engine powered Fiats and their variants all over Europe and proved to be a tough little unit that delivered good performance, easy servicing and buckets of character. Breathing through a Weber carburetor and with a sports exhaust, it takes on a mild sporting edge and delivers very respectable performance. The engine bay is tidy and very well presented, with some original surfaces still intact and displaying a charming, no-fuss feel. Honest, remarkably straight and hugely charming, this little Fiat is sure to please. It is meticulously presented and surely one of the finest, most handsome examples of its kind available.

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  • 1968 Fiat 500 110F Berlina

    £8,995 £8,995

    The Fiat 500's are hugely popular; launched back in 1957 and were in production until 1975. The 500 is considered as one of the first city cars and proved to be an enormously practical and popular vehicle throughout Europe and today have an incredibly strong following. This stunning Fiat 500 110F Berlina came to the UK from Italy several years ago and comes with a well documented original Italian logbook/service book. The Fiat is fully UK registered with V5, current MOT and will be serviced, prepared and re-tested once sold. FND 325F has covered very little mileage since been in the UK but has attended some events to include Fleur-De-Lys C.V.S 2014 Thornes Park gathering. The Fiat drives well, is in strong mechanical condition with a lovely smooth engine and slick gearbox. It is clear the car has been fully re-painted in recent years and holds a lovely deep paint finish with straight panels. Chrome work is of a very high standard and the interior has been fully re-trimmed at some stage. The engine bay and compartment are clean, smart and well presented. On the whole this is a smart, usable Fiat 500 that does not require any work in order to simply use and enjoy.

    • Year: 1968
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  • 1973 Fiat 500R

    £7,995 £7,995

    We are delighted to offer this very honest, original cult classic Fiat 500 R onto the market. Over recent years, the Fiat 500 has grown into a true icon and nice examples are becoming increasingly hard to find. The Fiat 500 was launched in 1957 and is considered as one of the first city cars. The 500 proved to be an enormously practical and popular vehicle throughout Europe and today have an incredibly strong following. The last of the Fiat 500 line was the R model. It had a larger 594cc engine designed by Abarth giving it a more useable power rating of 23bhp and it came with a full syncromesh gearbox. The Fiat 500R was a stop gap for Fiat prior to launching the Fiat 126 and when the 126 was launched, sales of the Fiat 500 plummeted. It was sold alongside the Fiat 126 for two years before Fiat retired the 500.

    • Year: 1973
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  • Fiat Tipo

    £14,995 £14,995

    Bluetooth, Air Conditioning, Remote Central Locking, Cloth Upholstery, Multi-function Steering Wheel, Adjustable Steering Column, Cruise Control, Parking Sensors, Parking Camera, ABS, Air Bag, Electric Mirrors, Electric Windows, CD Player, MP3 Player, Radio, U Connect, Satellite Navigation

    • Mileage: 384 mi
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  • Fiat 124

    £17,995 £17,995

    Air Conditioning, Bluetooth, Remote Central Locking, Cloth Upholstery, Adjustable Steering Column, Multi-function Steering Wheel, ABS, Multiple Airbags, Electric Mirrors, CD Player, MP3 Player, Radio

    • Mileage: 9 mi
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