1962 Fiat 1200 Cabriolet Pininfarina
Chassis no. 014076
Engine no. 103G004
Bodytype Cabriolet Pininfarina
Power 54 CV
Black original license plate (Udine)
Contrary to its fame as a family car manufacturer, Fiat has almost always had sports models on its list for sale.
Between 1959 and 1966 two series of Coupé and Cabriolet were made, driven by Pininfarina, derived from the Fiat 1200 Transformable. Those were cars with a sporty appearance but equipped with underperforming engines and not competitive with the most direct opponents, like the sports versions of the Alfa Romeo Giulietta.
Fiat therefore decided to create a spider with a more elegant and European taste for a more mature market. The refined body work designed by Pininfarina was therefore installed on an unchanged mechanics, except for a slight increase in power to 59 hp of the 4-cylinder 1221 c.c.
The Fiat 1200 Cabriolet Fiat, unveiled at the 1959 Geneva Motor Show, was a true two-seater spider.
The 1200 was so commercially successful and it quickly became the most popular convertible in Italy, with over 15,000 units sold from March 1959 to March 1963.
For those days, that was an absolute success.
- Excellent painting conditions
- Mechanics in good condition, recently overhauled engine, some components were replaced.
- Well preserved interior
- Original working instrumentation
- Original Fiat three-spoke wooden steering wheel
- Grid, emblems, moldings, bumpers in good condition
- Black canvas capote in fair condition
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