The Fiat 600 was developed by Fiat in the early 1950s as a competitor to the Volkswagen Beetle and was produced from 1955 until 1969. This 1968 Fiat 600 Coupe is finished in white over a red and white vinyl interior and is now being offered for auction by its owner out of Pennsylvania accompanied by a clean title.
This Fiat 600 is finished in its original White color and rides on model-specific red wheels with aluminum center caps. Other details include chrome bumpers and door handles, front windshield wipers, factory sealed-beam headlights, a dual-tipped exhaust, a "Fiat 600" badge, and a vented engine cover. Additional images are provided in the gallery.
The interior features two front bucket seats and a rear bench seat covered in white and red vinyl upholstery. The two-spoke steering wheel frames Veglia Borletti instrumentation, featuring a center-mounted odometer and 120-mph speedometer as well as fuel level and water temperature gauges. A center-mounted dashboard vent provides the cabin with heat, and opening the front trunk reveals a spare tire and a red-painted fuel tank.
This Fiat 600 equips a 4-speed manual transmission paired with an inline four-cylinder pushrod engine, sending up to 21 HP to the rear wheels. The 600 Coupe featured a leaf spring and shock absorber front suspension and an independent shock and spring setup with trailing arms in the rear. Stopping power is provided by hydraulic drum brakes at all four corners.
The sale will include owner's manuals and a clean title.