1973 FIAT 130 Coupè 3200 Automatica
Displacement 3253 cc
Engine 6 cylinder V-Shape
Potenza 165 HP @ 5600 rev/min (121kW)
Max Speed 190 kph
Car is in fair condition of bodywork and mechanics.
In 1971 Fiat presented to the market the new 130 Coupé with a 3,200cc engine, characterized by an elegant and refined style much appreciated by the customers and with substantial changes compared to the previous sedan version. The continuous development of the Italian motorway, the need to travel long distances and the demand for higher levels of comfort, finds in the 130 Coupé an important response for the high-profile driver. The body work of the 130 Coupè has an excellent stiffness both in bending and twisting, especially in the middle of the car. The safety of the passenger compartment is complemented by the robustness of the doors that guarantee the best protection to passengers, while adding the highest level of soundproofing of the body, thanks to the bottom of the car treated with anti-noise material. The 130 Coupè is produced in the Pininfarina plant in Turin and is the subject of careful care in every processing phase, with the aim of achieving the high-quality standard required by the project.
The Fiat 130 Coupé remained in production until the fall of 1977, with 4,491 units produced.
Our Fiat 130 Coupè
The car is in fair condition of bodywork and mechanics.
The 6-cylinder engine has an excellent elasticity of use and the suspension provides the driving comfort you would expect from a flagship. Braking is ensured by the disc brakes on all the 4 wheels.
In addition, the car has some "luxury" options such as air conditioning, power steering and servo brakes, electric windows and also the limited slip differential that was standard on the 130 Coupes.
On the painting there are some traces of touch-ups. The interiors are in red (Rosso Aragosta) and fair conditions. Italian car with original documents and black plates (Pistoia).
Today the coupe version is quite sought after by collectors, mainly for its rarity and for its line that according to enthusiasts is one of the most beautiful, never produced by Pininfarina.