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Fiat 500 Mare Lusso-1970

Fiat 500 Mare Lusso-1970

This nice little Fiat conversion is but one of several designs by Giovanni Vernagallo of Torino, Italy. Vernagallo’s company, Carrozzeria Holiday, takes cars such as the Fiat 500 and Punto, Citroen 2CV, Saxo, and AX, and Renault Twingo, among others, and transforms them into beach cars, cabrios, or pickups.

Fiat 500 Wagon- 1972

Fiat 500 Wagon- 1972

The next major version of the Fiat 500 to be released was the “Giardiniera.” Introduced in 1960, this was an estate version, with a stretched wheelbase and a horizontally mounted engine.

  • Country of Origin: Italy
  • FIAT
Fiat 500-2008

Fiat 500-2008

In 2003 Fiat decided it was going to re-introduce the popular Fiat 500 that had ended production in 1975.  It took years of planning and development to get the new Fiat 500 into production in 2007.

Fiat 500C Belvedere-1954

Fiat 500C Belvedere-1954

This station wagon body was introduced with the 500 B in 1948. This later Belvedere, or steel wagon, was a very popular model of the redesigned C Series.

Fiat 500C Van-1953

Fiat 500C Van-1953

In 1936 Fiat introduced the 500, or “Topolino” as a small car for the masses of Italy. The car seen here is a “C” model, and it is basically a station wagon model without windows.

Fiat 500L Lusso- 1969

Fiat 500L Lusso- 1969

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Fiat 600 Multipla- 1963

Fiat 600 Multipla- 1963

One year after the introduction of the Fiat 600, another version was introduced–possibly the first minivan–the Multipla (which means “all service”). This vehicle had three rows of seats for a total capacity of six people, the two rear pairs of seats could be folded into the floor, leaving a large flat loading area. 

  • Country of Origin: Italy
  • FIAT
Fiat 600 Multipla- 1966

Fiat 600 Multipla- 1966

One year after the introduction of the Fiat 600, another version was introduced–possibly the first minivan–the Multipla (which means “all service”). This vehicle had three rows of seats for a total capacity of six people, the two rear pairs of seats could be folded into the floor, leaving a large flat loading area.

Fiat 600-1957

Fiat 600-1957

At first glance this looks like an ordinarily plain Fiat 600.  Although the car is ordinary, the owner and the story behind it is special.

Fiat 600-1966

Fiat 600-1966

When it was time to replace the Fiat 500, many engine and chassis configurations were designed, built, and tested.  The layout for the 600 was chosen for a simple reason –low manufacturing costs.

Fiat 850 Coupé- 1965

Fiat 850 Coupé- 1965

The 850 Coupé seen here is a bitsa’ car, as the British would say (bits and pieces from other cars). When the museum acquired this 850, we opened up the front luggage compartment to find an engine and a water-cooled, front-wheel drive set up as well!

Fiat 850 Spider- 1968

Fiat 850 Spider- 1968

Following the introduction of the 850 Sedan in 1964, Fiat debuted the 850 Spider two-seater convertible in 1965 to compete with the MG Midget and Austin-Healey Sprite. While the Sedan and Coupe were styled and built in-house by Fiat, the Spider was designed and built by Fiat’s frequent stylist and carrozzeria (coachbuilder) Bertone.

Fiat Abarth 695 SS- 1967

Fiat Abarth 695 SS- 1967

Carlo (Karl) Abarth selected the scorpion emblem to represent his high-performing, powerfully tuned, sports cars. Abarth vehicles were small and agile, dangerously fast and did exceptionally well in competitive racing.

Fiat Baldi Frog - 1975

Fiat Baldi Frog - 1975

This fiberglass-bodied, Fiat 500-based microcar was built in San Remo, Italy by Carrozziere (Coachbuilder) G.A.M.C. Baldi. Baldi produced several different Fiat and Renault-based models, but the Frog was by far the most popular.

Fiat Cinquecento Rally Car- 1996

Fiat Cinquecento Rally Car- 1996

This car started life as a Fiat Cinquecento. As rallies are a very popular form of motorsports in Europe, most manufacturers offer “kits” to transform a production car into a rally car.

  • Country of Origin: Italy
  • FIAT
Fiat Giannini Camioncino Replica - 1970

Fiat Giannini Camioncino Replica - 1970

A testament to the adaptability of the Fiat 500 platform, this apparently homebuilt homage to coachbuilder Giannini’s Camioncino (translation: pickup truck) is itself based on the Fiat 500K Giardiniera (wagon).

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