1970 Fiat 500F


1970 Fiat 500F: 499cm3, 4 Speed, Luggage Rack, Very Low Mileage, Original Condition, Rotisserie Restored!



1970 Fiat 500F: The Fiat 500, known in Italy as the cinquecento, was a “people’s car” produced by Fiat company between 1957 and 1975. Launched in July 1957, designed by Dante Giacosa, the Nuova 500 was a successor to the Fiat 500 Topolino models A, B C – Topolino meaning “little mouse” and marketed as a low cost town car. Measuring just over 9 feet long and powered by a 479 cc two-cylinder, air-cooled engine, the Fiat 500 or “Bambina” is considered one of the first city cars. The post-war market required economy cars and the rear-engined Fiat 500 following the concept of the Volkswagen Beetle met this demand. Despite its small size, the fiat five hundred proved to be an enormously popular car throughout Europe during the 1960’s and 1970’s.

This beautiful Fiat 500 is a fresh rotisserie restoration completed by a renowned micro-car expert located just north of Modena, Italy. After an extensive search, this completely original, very low mileage, rust/accident free Fiat was located on the streets of Italy. Being a true 17,000km (11k mile) vehicle made this Fiat the ideal restoration candidate. The 500F was completely disassembled and then meticulously restored using all OEM parts over the course of 6 months. Finished in its original Russo Corallo Scuro (Dark Coral Red), this immaculate Fiat 500F looks even better than new and is presented in Collector Grade (#1) condition. The black interior is flawless and the engine compartment has been fully detailed. The Fiat is completely original right down to the tire jack and tool kit. A wood and chrome luggage rack has been added and complimented with a vintage picnic basket. A complete list of features include; 499 cm3 2-cyl, 4 speed manual, center console storage, chrome bumpers and mirror, vinyl sunroof, vent windows, tire tools, full spare, 12” factory wheels, and new Vee Rubber 125 R12 Tires!