|
Fiat

Classic Fiat Cars For Sale

Showing 1 to 10 of 11
Fiat 500L Shortlist +12
£10,000

Year 1971

Mileage 58,000

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

CLASSIC FIAT 500 Blue, WORLD WIDE DELIVERY., 2 owners, 4 seats, VELOCES ARE VERY PROUD TO BE ABLE TO OFFER FOR SALE THIS BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED FIAT 500..THIS BABY FIAT IS FINISHED IN POWDER BLUE WITH PERIOD WHITE WALL TYRES..PAINSTAKINGLY RESTORED BY ITS PREVIOUS OWNER TO A VERY HIGH STANDARD..COMES COMPLETE WITH PICNIC BASKET & MATCHING BLANKET..THE CAR ALSO BENEFITS FROM A FULLY REBUILT 650CC ENGINE WHICH GIVES IT A LITTLE MORE GO THAN THE ORIGINAL 500CC ENGINE.. ONE YEARS MOT..FREE ROAD TAX..MUST BE SEEN TO BE APPRECIATED..A GREAT INVESTMENT THAT GUARANTEES TO MAKE YOU SMILE..LEFT HAND DRIVE..WORLD WIDE EXPORT FACILITIES AVAILABLE.., ALL OUR CARS ARE PREPARED TO THE HIGHEST OF STANDARDS IN OUR FULLY EQUIPPED WORKSHOP, £10,000
Fiat 500C Topolino Shortlist +16
£6,000

Year 1950

Mileage 47,927

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

The Fiat 500 commonly known as Topolino was manufactured by Fiat from 1936 to 1955. The name "Topolino" translates literally as little mouse in Italian, but is also the Italian name for Mickey Mouse. The Topolino was one of the smallest cars in the world at the time of its launch in 1937 and three models were produced until 1955, all with only minor mechanical and cosmetic changes. It was equipped with 'suicide' doors and had a 569cc 4 cylinder side-valve water-cooled engine mounted in front of the front axle and the radiator was located behind the engine which gave an aerodynamic nose profile at a time when competitors had a flat, nearly vertical grille, and this allowed exceptional forward visibility. Three models were produced - Model A, Model B & Model C. Model A was produced from 1937 to 1948, while B was produced in 1948 and 1949. Model A was offered as a 2-door saloon, 2-door convertible saloon (saloon with folding roof) and a 2-door van. Model B also introduced a 3-door estate under the name 500B Giardinetta. Model C was introduced in 1949 with a restyled body and was offered in 2-door saloon, 2-door convertible saloon, 3-door estate and a 2-door van. The price at launch was 9,750 lire and nearly 520,000 were sold before the Model C ceased production in 1955. According To Fiat's archive records, this Fiat 500C Topolino - Chassis no: 216346 was produced by Fiat in Turin on 4th August 1950 and was first registered in Italy where it has remained until being imported to the UK earlier this year. It is in very solid condition and mechanically very sound, but it is being sold as a restoration project. It is MOT'd and we are just in the process of registering the car here in the UK. A relatively easy restoration project which upon completion would c
Fiat 600 SALOON Shortlist +14
£8,995

Year 1963

Mileage 27,000

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

1963 FIAT 600 SALOON (rhd UK l/miles) finished in Fiat light blue metallic with special two tone yellow and white trim. This road tax exempt car was supplied new in the UK in right hand drive format and has had very few owners and covered an incredibly low mileage of only 27000 miles. Cute as a button – this little car is affectionately known as ‘Bluebell the Fiat’. An extensive restoration was carried out on this car a few years ago and the car has travelled very few miles since. She is fitted with the following: heater, inertia reel seatbelts, carpeting, extra chrome and alloy fittings, special two tone interior, aerial, over riders, parcel shelf, rear folding seat, door pockets, opening quarter lights, extra badging, ali door handles, t/glass plus more. The history folder includes: current V5, previous Mot certificates and related paperwork, HPi report, various invoices, write up on these cars, magazine articles. Very few Fiat 600’s were imported in to the UK and in September 2011 only 65 of these cars were on the road in the UK and probably even less are found today. Early cars had the 633cc engine and later cars such as this one had the 767cc Tipo (100) ohv engine which propelled the car along to 70mph with 4 people and their luggage, giving more room and speed than the Fiat 500. They were manufactured and imported in to the UK between 1955-1969 and were, of course, all fitted with the world-famous suicide doors. A very rare car indeed £8995
Fiat 128 Berlina Shortlist +19
£6,995

Year 1973

Mileage 38,335

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

The Fiat 128 was a small family car manufactured by Fiat between 1969 and 1985 and was famous for being Fiat’s first front engine/front-wheel drive car, although the Autobianchi Primula, built between 1964 and 1970 was in fact Fiat's first ‘real’ model with its innovative Dante Giacosa designed front-wheel drive, transverse engine layout. Fiat built an entirely new factory in Rivalta, near Turin specifically to build the new 128 and it was styled similarly to the Fiat 124 and 125 and featured rack and pinion steering, front disc brakes, independent rear suspension with a transverse leaf spring and McPherson strut front suspension with an integral anti-roll bar. The car was only available with a 1,116 cc engine on launch, but a 1,290 cc unit was introduced on some models from 1971. It was named European Car of the Year in 1970 and over three million were manufactured and it was widely publicised that Enzo Ferrari drove a 128 as his personal car! This example was built in Turin in July 1973 and was actually first registered in Turin on 17th July 1971. Recently imported from Italy, this is a very original car in many respects, but it has just been repainted and looks beautiful and it is exceptionally rust free. The interior is very original with the exception of new black carpets and the car has a delightful 1,116cc Engine and lovely gearbox and drives really well. All the chrome work is very good and it has its original steel wheels with chrome hub caps and new tyres. Just in the process of being UK registered, it will come fully serviced and with our own 6 month Mechanical Warranty. Road Tax exempt. Car on display @ our showrooms in Mortlake.
Fiat 124 Sport Coupe Shortlist +19
£14,995

Year 1971

Mileage Unknown

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

The 124 Coupé was designed by Mario Boano, known for designing the bodywork on the Ferrari 250 GT and was based on the Fiat 124 saloon car. It was produced by Fiat between 1967 and 1975 in three generations, AC, BC and CC. The 4 cylinder aluminum twin overhead cam Engine was designed by ex-Ferrari engineer Aurelio Lampredi and the AC or first generation featured a 1,438 cc engine which grew to 1,608 in the second or BC generation. The third generation or CC was first officially offered with the 1,592 cc and then 1,756 cc. The BC and CC cars had a 5-speed gearbox, power assisted disc brakes on all 4 wheels, double wishbone front suspension, 2 Weber or Solex carburetors and coil spring suspension. The BC series featured revised styling with twin headlights and revised taillights shared with the Lamborghini Jarama and other options included green tinted windows, Cromodora alloy wheels with chrome centre hub caps, radio, seat headrests, rear windshield electric defrosting and electronic ignition on the CC range. Recently arrived from Italy and now UK registered - This stunning example, VIN No: 124BC 0185978 was built by Fiat in November 1971 and was first registered in Lecce, Southern Italy on 5th January 1972 and it is finished in its original colour scheme of Silver with a Black interior, Cloth & Vinyl seats, Black carpets, 1608cc Engine, 5 Speed Manual Gearbox and Cromodora Alloy Wheels and comes with its original Jack, Workshop Manual & Drivers Handbook. We are told that the car was owned from new by a Doctor in Lecce, Southern Italy who sadly passed away in 1986 and it had been dry stored in his garage until being sold by his family in 2015. The condition of this car can only be described as exceptional inside and out, very rust free and original with the e
Fiat 850 'Seat' Sedan, Just 36k Miles & Fully Rest Shortlist +19
£9,995

Year 1972

Mileage 36,000

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

Presenting This 1972 Seat 'Fiat' 850 L.H.D. With A Mere 36,000 Miles Since New ... FULL PHOTOGRAPHIC RESTORATION TO THE HIGHEST QUALITY ... Finished In Yukon Grey With Jet Black Roof & Contrasting Black Vinyl Upholstery. Originally Sold In 1972 To A Spanish Village, Enjoying The Dry & Warm Climate Until 2002 When She Was Imported Into The U.K. & Was Placed Into A Private Collection. During 2011 - 2014 This Stunning Example Was Subjected To A Full Photographic Restoration Costing In Excess Of £5,000. Bodywork Was Completely Stripped Back To The Metal Revealing The Fantastic & Un-Welded Structure, All Factory Panels Were Corrosion Free Thanks To The Spanish Climate & Therefore Remain With The Car, The Mechanicals Were Fully Inspected & Serviced, Many New Old Stock Chrome Components Sourced & Fitted Resulting In Possibly The Finest '850' On The Market -The Seat 850 Sedan Was Built In The 'Zona - Franca' Barcelona Factory Under Licence From Fiat Between 1966 - 1974 Making These Variants Ever - So - Slightly More Unusual! Accompanying This 1972 Example Is A Wonderful History File Including: -Many Detailed Photographs Of The Restoration Process, Current V5c Registration Document & MoT, A Complete Factory Workshop Manual, Various Bills For Parts & Accessories From Fiat Specialists, Every Previous U.K. MoT Test Certificate, Previous Tax Discs, An Extract From 'Popular Motoring' c.1967 Depicting An Advertisement For The Fiat 850 & Period Ephemera, Her Original Spanish Licence Plate, Many Spares Including Wheel Trims/Embellishers, Steering Wheels & More! Fitted With Many Suitable Accessories Including A Highly Polished Wood Rimmed Steering Wheel, Dash Mounted Rev - Counter, Alfa Romeo Door Mirrors, Period Decals, Italia & Abarth Badging & 'BBS' Style Alloy Road Wheels. This Delic
Fiat 500 ARBATH 695 EVOCATION Shortlist +18
£18,995

Year 1972

Mileage 6,549

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

1972 FIAT 695 SS ABARTH LHD EVOCATION Stunningly finished in purple and white and has only covered 3950 miles since the conversion and restoration whilst travelling around Italy visiting various shows, photo sessions and doing advertising work. It also won many awards on its travels for the superb condition and artistic unique paintwork. It was recently imported from Italy and the UK taxes are paid. It has a UK MoT and V5 and the new registration for the UK is PJU 869K.We are led to believe that the same owner had the car from new, a total of 44 years. He was il Signor Cocullo who resided in LAquila, Italy. We are also informed that he spent several years transforming his 1972 Fiat 500L into the 695 SS Abarth version that you see today. We estimate that the conversion to its present standard with its fabulous paintwork would cost in excess of £30k. You will notice from the images that many of the parts used are genuine Abarth 695 parts. The rear seats of the car have been removed to accommodate the fabulous stereo system which is a blaupunkt GTA480 stereo unit with infinity 10 subs with real gold wiring creating an astonishing sound. The vehicle has a very special paint finish, many genuine Abarth parts including original Abarth 13 x5 alloy wheels and a special transparent sunshine roof. The many other features include: special hand made bumpers, led lighting, raised rear engine lid, sports exhaust system, outside bonnet catches, 695 and Abarth badges, door mirrors, abarth door handles/switches/steering wheel, plus UK and Euro lights.The folder includes: HPi certificate, current MoT, copy of Italian title and paperwork, photo albums and 94 images of the car from its original state to the standard it is today. The images include a photo of the 70 year old owner who con
Fiat 500 RHD Shortlist +17
£12,950

Year 1972

Mileage Unknown

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

- 650cc engine with syncro-mesh gearbox The Fiat 500 has become one of the most endearing cars of all time. Today it’s impossible to drive a classic Fiat 500 without attracting admiring glances, especially in this striking green example with matching interior detail. The interior is upholstered with pristine black leather and the contrasting white steering wheel will ensure your vehicle stands out. The cars diminutive proportions belie very clever packaging and the little car could carry four in comfort. It’s a pleasurable car to drive, with the later 650cc, Fiat 126 engine and syncro-mesh gearbox. This classic Fiat is available for viewing at the DD Classics Dealership in London, please call to book an appointment. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the above information but errors may occur. Please check with a salesperson.
Fiat 500 Gamine by Vignale Shortlist +18
£18,950

Year 1971

Mileage 14,580

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

Frixos Demetriou was a successful casino owner in Cyprus and the owner of the Olympic gaming club in London. While in Milan by chance when a flight to Athens was diverted he spotted an unusual looking car by the airport and on inquiry discovered that it was a Fiat Gamine Vignale. The Gamine was a small two seat roadster produced by Carozzeria Vignale from 1967 to 1971 based on the Fiat 500 platform using the 2-cylinder air cooled engine from the 500 sport. Demetriou was looking to diversify his business interests and sensing an opportunity, he returned via Turin, securing the rights to sell Vignale products in the UK. He bought 200 cars up front, paying with cash and committed to buy the next 6 months production, if Vignale would manufacture the car in right hand drive form. The Gamine two-seater was well received, becoming trendy with the Chelsea set - even night-club owner Peter Stringfellow had one. The Gamine on offer here, was purchased in 1971. Last restored in 1986, with accompanying photographs the gamine is still offered in excellent overall condition. With no modifications, and finished in crème over tan this wonderful example.
Fiat 500 L Shortlist +12
£12,500

Year 1971

Mileage 8,000

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

The Fiat 500 is one of the most iconic cars ever produced; the original 'city-car.' Production spanned from 1957 to 1975, with many different variants being made in this period, from the original 'nuova' to the Rinnovata. The vehicle that we have here is a beautiful L series finished in red with a black leather interior. The car has benefited from a recent restoration and shows only 8,000 miles since work was completed. The car sits in naturally perfect condition and comes with small modifications such as the inclusion of an Abarth speedometer. 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.
Buying a car?
Check the history first for instant peace of mind
£14.99
The most comprehensive
car check available
in the UK
Go

shortlisted