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Fiat 500 Giardiniera Jolly Shortlist +19
POA

Year 1962

Mileage Unknown

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

- “La Dolce Vita” - Stunning Italian craftsmanship - Beautifully presented in Mint Green with bright chrome details - Supplied with original Fiat 500 Giardiniera owners manual
Fiat 500 BERLINA Shortlist +11
£8,950

Year 1968

Mileage 23,773

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

Restored and treated, on UK plates and a great runner, driven on my last trip for 7 hours! Some work done - new dynamo, starter motor, battery cable, brake hoses, engine mounts, hoses, dip stick, brake light switch, a missing indicator installed - she sailed through her MOT recently with one advisory, a weeping shock absorber. White dash with white steering wheel and black and white seats. She is solid especially underneath. We bought here from Italian sports and classics to use for RHS Hampton Court Flower Show last year to promote our Italian seed brand and some promotions afterward, but also used by our family and much loved but we are restoring a Fiat camper van too. Everyone lets you go in a cinquecento, people wave and smile. It really is a much loved car, iconic. Like all classics, it has some ongoing jobs to do - needs a new front sunroof bar (£42 from Ricambio), has a couple of paint bubbles over filler but no rust as far as I can see and when pressed it is solid underneath the bubbles, I kissed a wall and there is a graze on the rear arch and a small chip at the front. The bumper has a little oxidization but it is not noticeable. Starts first time and drives well. When I bought her 2 years ago I spent some money as she broke down twice in 2 days. She's never broken down again and is in really good overall condition and well worth the money for hours of fun motoring. An iconic car and an investment, a piece of historical motoring. I was amazed how easy it is to find parts as a classic car newbie.
Fiat 500 ARBATH 695 EVOCATION Shortlist +18
£16,995

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.
Fiat 500 Topolino Shortlist +17
£10,450

Year 1954

Mileage Unknown

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

Italy's most popular car from 1937 to '48, the Fiat 500 Topolino became even more so in 1949. As introduced in 1937 it was a two-passenger coupe with a 569 cc four-cylinder engine and four-speed gearbox. It soon took the nickname Topolino, literally "little mouse" but soon interpreted as Mickey Mouse, for the mouse ear-like headlamps on its front fenders. The two-main-bearing engine developed but 13 bhp, but four speeds forward and light weight conspired to give it adequate performance. The front wheels had transverse leaf spring independent suspension, the rear sprung quarter elliptics with torque arms. Fuel supply was by gravity from a firewall-mounted tank. Priced at the equivalent of $100, it was quite a bargain. A four-seat cabriolet was added in 1938, and in 1948 came a new model, the 500B, with overhead valves and improvements to the brakes, suspension and electrical system. For 1949, the Topolino was given a dramatic facelift, as the 500C. A wider horizontal grille looked more up-to-date, and the tail of the coupe and cabriolet was lengthened. A new model was the Giardiniera, literally "gardener," a compact little station wagon. It was built by Fiat's in-house Carrozzerie Speciali operation, which, as the name implied, was a special coachwork division. Some of these had real wood on the exterior, others had stamped metal panels that could be painted in contrasting colors or treated in the manner of faux timber. To these the name Belvedere was given. The 500C remained in production through 1954, to be replaced soon afterwards by the all-new unitary 600. By the time 500 production ceased, more than 375,000 of the "C" model had been built, which, when added to the 122,000 basic and "B" models, signaled nearly half a million "little mice." Fully restored in Italy u
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