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Fiat 500 Giardiniera 1970 (H) White
There were a number of variations of the Fiat 500, most of which were based on the standard wheelbase, however, in 1961 Fiat launched an estate version called the “Giardiniera” (Gardener).
The new body shape and the practicality of more space were achieved through an extension of the wheelbase and laying the engine on its side under the floor at the rear. The result was a 500 with usable rear seats, a generous boot with a single side-hinged rear door, rear hinged 'suicide' doors as per the 500D and a full length fabric sun-roof that folded right back so that all aboard could enjoy the sounds and smells of open top motoring. It was found capable of carrying four adults and 2.5cwt of luggage while returning an impressive 46.8mpg and a maximum speed of 60mph.
In 1968 production of the Autobianchi Giardiniera was moved to Fiat’s factory in Milan and they were badged as Fiat's and called the Fiat 500 Giardiniera.
Recently imported from Italy where it was fully restored, this car was built and first registered in Italy January 1970 and is finished in its original colour scheme of White with Black Vinyl trim, full length fold -back black vinyl sun roof, 499cc Engine, 4 Speed Manual Gearbox and sitting on its original steel wheels with Chrome hub caps. It is a very practical car and it will definitely be a very good investment for the future due to its rarity and condition.
It will also make an excellent advertising/publicity vehicle for shops or tradesmen!
Just MOT'd, serviced and UK registered, the car drives beautifully and will come with our own 6 month Mechanical Warranty.
Car on display @ our showrooms in Mortlake.
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