1967 Fiat 500F
Sold for (£): 7,150
Offered for sale is a 0.5L 1967 Fiat 500F manual that has been with the current owner for the last year. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores an impressive 107 / 135.
Classic Car Auctions says:
An original right-hand drive restored 1967 Fiat 500F. Finished in Lime Green, this eye-catching Fiat 500 has an indicated mileage of 67,684.
We are told this charming little car was purchased by the previous owners in New Zealand in 2007 and upon returning to U.K.in 2009 they couldn't resist bringing it back with them. Said to have only completed some 400 miles since 2007, and kept garaged and MoT'd during this time, this Fiat 500 is described by the vendor as being in very good condition, as the climate in New Zealand is kind and it was never used on salted roads.
With all the classic Italian styling you could ever want, plus the added attraction of being an original right-hand drive car, this cheeky little Cinquecento must surely be of consideration. Don't miss out!
CCA Condition Report
Very good underside and paintwork. Chrome excellent. Seal, plastics and glass all good. Bumpers and hub caps re-chromed, original RHD, round speedo model.
Re-trimmed in period grey cloth. New carpets Door cards good.
Runs very well. Clean and tidy. Engine rebuild in 2008, very few miles since.
No faults apparent. Gearbox rework in 2008.
Bodywork and chassis very original as not used on salted roads. Brake wheel cylinders replaced in 2014. New Pirelli tyres 2014.
No faults, all lenses without cracks. Everything operational.
Previous owner purchased in 2007 and only completed approx 400 miles in last 8 years. Imported from New Zealand in 2009, many invoices for work both here and in New Zealand. Originally registered in New Zealand in 1967, original registration docs included along with all import documentation into U.K. in 2009.
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