1959 Fiat OSCA 1500 S Coupe by Farina Finished in Grigio Titanio with Nero Hide interior with light grey carpets and RIGHT HAND DRIVE !!! UK Registered. This early Maserati OSCA engined example was restored to concours standard over a 5 year period in the late 1990,s when it was converted to right hand drive with rack and pinion steering , the gearbox was upgraded to a 5 speed unit, Borrani alloy wheels, Nardi steering wheel, Ferrari style instruments plus original specification all round disc brakes give the car much improved handling and performance . Currently UK Registered with a huge history file with invoices , MOT test certificates , detailed photo file , sales and ownership history plus various magazine articles including a feature on the car in Auto Italia Magazine and has won many awards. The car has the look and feel of a Ferrari 250 GTE and is a delight to drive and represents fantastic value for such a rare Italian classic at £59,950
Fiat 1500 C 1966 The car we propose is part of the last year of production, before being replaced by the Fiat 125 which will inherit the chassis and rear suspension. It was ordered by an entrepreneur dedicated to the hire and sale of agricultural vehicles, in particular for combine harvesters in Langhirano, in Parmense land, traditionally dedicated to the production of raw hams of the highest quality. Having a Fiat 1500 C in 1966 was a status symbol that ranked you in the middle class with all the honors and charges due to a cubic capacity that was the European "average", but for Italy it was already a symbol of "wealth" at least For our blind politicians. It was the family car where the central "back arm" was controversial among children. At the sudden death in 1972 the owner was acquired by another buyer younger than 15 years older than the first, who kept her for thirty years. The abandoned fall was discovered by a passionate who, in remembrance of the car he had his father, made him completely restored between 2007 and 2011. The restoration was done with care and diligence so as to obtain 'Approval of the ASI Gold Plate and then the approval of the Italian Fiat Registry. Today it appears in all its purity with excellent functionality, silence and yet some aristocracy. It is because at that time these cars were still seen by drivers with the classic hat and count or countess on the back seat. We do not tell you what the restoration cost, because it is enough to see and test the car to understand that we are purring a unique car in its condition for this model. We just want to tell you that the cost of the restoration was much, much higher than the price, but relate to the exemplary conditions of this car 51 years ago, proposed.at
Scioneri was a coachbuilder who mostly focused his production on little Fiat’s, mostly road cars. Although he had a little shop, he often worked with great designers like Michelotti, who designed this car. It’s clear that these cars were built for family men who wanted a Coupé to use it as commuter and carry their family around as well. So, this particular car called “Sportinia” is not characterized by “extreme” lines but by an balanced and practical design. Not many of these were built back then (competition was really strong then among this car class) and very few of them still survive. Specifications >>>>> Oldtimerfarm is going to renovate! Due to renovations we are currently publishing less pictures per car on our website. For more pictures or more information please contact Xavier via phone: 0472/401338 or via e-mail: email@example.com Oldtimerfarm specializes in consignment sales of vintage and collection cars and we are proud to present you this car. Oldtimerfarm is located in Belgium, 9880 Aalter, Steenweg op Deinze 51C, where this car is in our showroom. We are open from Tuesday to Saturday 10-17h (also without appointment). We are closed on Sundays and Mondays. Monday
This Fiat 1500 Coupe, in a nice light blue colour with a red leather interior, is from the last production year. It was imported from Switzerland in 2003. This classic has only driven 3.300 km in the last 14 years. A charming Italian classic that is a joy to drive. More information on: www.kucarfa.nl
Car Condition: High-End Driver Level; This beautiful Fiat which had the body done by Pininfarina we are featuring here is a spectacular, original example that defines the great patina of this Cabriolet. There has been limited ownership since new, and it was originally purchased new in Barcelona, Spain. The car was not imported to the United States until 1992 where it was enjoyed and lightly driven. The car has been very well maintained and serviced on a regular basis, and has been kept in its original stock condition. It features the original gearbox, the rare factory hard and soft top in excellent condition, as well as bucket seats and roll up windows. It is a 4 cylinder, with 4-speed manual transmission, with 8.8:1 compression engine, rear wheel drive with a Weber carburetor. It comes with the original jack and spare tire. It is sporty, fun, collectable and rare, and an economical car that would make a great addition to any Fiat collection, or for the first-time collector! The body and paint is excellent with no rust, and the doors, hood, and trunk lid all fit well. The chrome and glass are also in very good condition, as well as the complete interior. It features plush carpeting
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