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Fiat Moretti Coupe- 1967

Established in Milan, Italy in 1925 by Ettore Moretti, the Moretti Motor Company initially specialized in crafting motorcycles and small automobiles. Famed for its engineering finesse and stylish designs, Moretti quickly gained recognition within the Italian automotive industry. Following World War II, the company redirected its efforts completely toward manufacturing compact vehicles, notably the sporty Moretti 600 and Moretti 750 models.

In the late 1950s, seeking cost reductions, Moretti began constructing vehicles based on Fiat platforms. The Moretti 500 coupe, built upon the Fiat 500 chassis, features the Fiat 500cc, two-cylinder, air-cooled engine, and a sleek, custom-built Moretti coupe body.


Manufacturer: Moretti Motor Company S.p.A

Country of Origin: Italy

Drivetrain Configuration: Mid-rear engine, rear-wheel drive

Engine: Fiat, air-cooled, 500cc, 2-cylinder, 4-stroke, 18bhp

Transmission: 4-speed manual with reverse

Top Speed: 65 mph

Years of Production: 1961-1969

Number Produced: ~50

Original Cost: Unpublished