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29 October 2016, 15:00 CET
Berlin, Berlin, GermanyLive Auction
Lot 3: Fiat 500 L, Model Year 1969(22 views)
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Estimate: €7,200 - €9,000
Fiat, model year 1969
First registration: 08 May 1969
Documents: Vehicle title
Vehicle identification number: 2148308
Engine identification number: n. a.
Engine: 13 kw/18 hp; size: 499 ccm
Gearbox: 4-gear manual transmission
Mileage displayed: 78,702 km
Color: light blue
Interior: Leather, red
Condition report linked in detailed description
Special conditions: 17,95 % buyer's premium including VAT.
Preview, collection and storage conditions: see auction announcements
The Fiat 500 L offered here is an unrestored vehicle from Italy
The Fiat 500 designed by Dante Giacosa doubtlessly is a vintage car classic in the small car class. In order to distinguish it from its predecessor with the same name, the 'Topolino', it was called Nuova 500; the 'New' and the 'Topolino' had no technical similarities as the since 1957 produced 500 has its air cooled 2-cylinder engine in the rear. Including the station wagon version 'Giardiniera' and several special models a total of 3.702.078 units of the Fiat 500 were built between 1957 and 1977. 1965 the type D with 15 hp was replaced by the F-model with 13 kW (18hp), which has the hinges in the A-pillar.
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The luxury version '500 L' was presented in 1968, it featured additional chrome bars, trim strips and a broader tachometer – only of this version 1,479,894 models have been built! (bde)
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