Fiat has long been one of Italy's largest industrial companies, and not just in vehicle manufacturing. Fiat was founded back in 1899 by Giovanni Agnelli and Count Roberto Biscaretti, building cars from a factory in Ceirano. Fiat cars have ranged from luxury and grand touring designs in the early days to the small Topolino models.
Later Fiat masterpieces have included the 500, various sports models, the 130 and the hardy 124 range, which has also been produced under licence by FSO and Lada. Today Fiat produce cars, trucks, railway stock and even aero-engines. Fiat has also acquired other brands along the way including Ferrari, Maserati, Alfa-Romeo and Lancia.
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Italian mogul Gianni Agnelli kept this one-off Fiat 130 Villa d'Este at his St Moritz ski resort. Now it's owned by collector Corrado Lopresto
Agnelli's one-off Fiat 130 station wagon
AutoClassics’ serial road-tripper recounts his journey through an Arctic winter in search of the northern lights – in a Fiat 126
Bangernomics: Fiat 126 to the Arctic Circle!
The Fiat 500 is proof – as if you needed it – that the best things often come in very small packages
Fiat Nuova 500 Buying Guide
Proof that the best things come in small packages, the diminutive 126 is a bundle of fun that’s unusual, quirky and astonishingly good value
Fiat 126 Buying Guide
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Now offered, because of special circumstances:Fiat 128 Moretti Coupe, year of manufacture 1970, with deregistered Swedish admission. Comes with EU export documents so the new owner can easily register the car.A very nice and good car, this Fiat stood in a Swedish museum for some years, and due to closure of the museum the car will now be sold. Four cylinder engine with 1116 cc, 55 hp and a manual
46 years ago, this Fiat 850 sport coupé from 1972 was the dream of many a young motorist. Light blue and in a restored condition. Many new parts, new tyres/exhaust and much more, making this small racer an attractive vintage car, of which only a few still drive around. The double headlights, wire wheels, racing wheel, the sporty interior, all features which the enthusiast will enjoy. Mechanically
No penny has been saved on the restoration of this beautiful Fiat 500 C Belvedere. Bodywork was separated from the frame and both were repainted.Mechanics of the car were replaced in all the worn parts: engine was rebuilt adapting it to unleaded petrol, obviously the gasket of the cylinder head was redone. Spark plugs are new, as well as cables. The fuel pump was also replaced and the carburettor
Presented on 14th January 1956 at the XXXIX Brussels Motor Show, it can actually be considered as one of the forerunners of the modern concept of the minivan. It was based on the Fiat 600 and it was built for up to six people.Side view with the typical openings:The 6-seater version, in addition to the front seat for two people, had four folding individual seats arranged in two rows; by folding dow