Fiat 500F

Fiat 500F SOLD

— This car is now sold —

1968 Fiat 500F LHD with just two owners from new, the last having owned it from 1983. White exterior paint with with no rust on the bodywork, underside or in wheel arches.

The 500F has the desirable round metal speedo, as opposed to later plastic rectangular item.

Inside, there is unmarked black leather seats and a black canvas roof. This car came out from the factory exactly as you see it now. Perfect condition complete with original Italian log book and letter from Fiat UK confirming date of production, factory and specification.

The engine was rebuilt with new internal components by a Fiat 500 specialist mechanic to ensure it is ready for another 50 years of motoring.

These cars will always be iconic, incredibly fun and simple to drive. Not only a fantastic city run-around, but also a real investment opportunity.

The FIAT 500 Story

The Fiat 500 (or Cinquecento in Italian), was launched as the Nuova (new) 500 in July 1957 as a cheap and practical town car. Under 3 metres long, and originally powered by a 479 cc two-cylinder, air-cooled engine, the FIAT 500 redefined the term “small car” and is widely considered as the first city car. Despite its diminutive size, the 500 proved to be an enormously practical and popular vehicle throughout Europe.

The FIAT 500 has always had a lifestyle appeal that transcends class, status or budget. For some families it was their only car, the family’s workhorse as well as the means to their weekend escape to the seaside or to the mountains. For the well-to-do, it was either the perfect city runabout or a cheap and cheerful little car to keep at the family country estate.

It has now gained cult status around the world, and is as immediately recognisably Italian as the equally ubiquitous Vespa scooter or Pizza Margherita.

Production of the FIAT 500 ran from 1957 to 1975 with a range that included not only this classic shape, but also the world’s first MPV the Giardiniera and a fun beach version with no doors and wicker seats, the Jolly.

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    • Body Type Saloon Saloon
    • ConditionUsed
    • Doors2
    • Mileage1,600 Miles
    • Model Year 1968
    • Transmission Manual
    • Fuel Type Petrol
    • Exterior colour White
    • Interior colour Black
    • Owners 2
    • Reg Date 1968
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    Location & Who We Are

    We are a Porsche Specialist based in rural Hertfordshire. We are located in a small village called Codicote, which is close to Knebworth, Welwyn Garden City & Stevenage. Our closest train station is Stevenage, we would happily pick you up from there to view a car. We are close to the A1M, M1 and M11 motorways. Our closest airports are Stansted and Luton if you are flying to come and view one of our cars. M R Sportscars is a trading name of Revival Sports Cars Limited, a company registered in England and Wales, registered number: 07624585 | VAT number: 264 5239 94 With regards to finance, we are a credit broker and not a lender. If requested, we can introduce you to a number of credit providers who may be able to offer you finance for your vehicle. Revival Sports Cars Limited (trading as M R Sportscars) are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

    01438 412875

    Codicote, Hertfordshire

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