Designed by Dante Giacosa, this original and complete 1966 Fiat 500 Giardiniera has been very well maintained, serviced on a regular basis, and has been restored in the last year. 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. It was purchased a few years ago when the owner was stationed in Italy. It has been rebuilt and repainted about a year ago. The engine has been upgraded to a 595 engine and the transmission is upgraded to a Fiat 126 Transmission which has synchronized gears for 2nd, 3rd and 4th gear. All the seals and gaskets where new when the car left Italy. There is a file of paperwork for the car from when it was in Italy, and even original documents from 1966 with a list of all the owners of the car (In Italian). Also included in the purchase are the license plates from Italy. The body is good, 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. Under the hood the Giardiniera is very complete and tidy, with a rebuilt engine, transmission, suspension and hydraulic system. It comes wit
left-hand-drive 1966 fiat 500 d giardiniera blue restored
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