1955 Fiat 600.

January 22, 2011

6 comments



6 comments:

Michael Orr said...

Ok, I see palm trees and a foreign license plate on this one. Definitely not in Portland, right?

ben said...

Amazing spaceship. Seriously look at that grill and tell me you don't want this to be a hovercar.

tony said...

yeah, no, not portland. i was down in scottsdale, az for work, reporting on a bunch of car auctions. lots of crazy old stuff crossing the block, but ben and i talked ahead of time and agreed that anything i was covering was off limits and didn't count as real car spotting. (like bird-watching at the zoo.) which is not to say i didn't see some ridiculous stuff in the parking lots...

Anonymous said...

The plate is a very old fashioned from Italy, Province Novarra, not far away of Milan and the Swiss borderline in southern edge of the Alps. It used to be only by older cars of the 60/70, newer car can not fitted with such plates, since Euro-Plate are prescribed.

tony said...

tag added: suicide doors!

Anonymous said...

I'm an Italian collector of fiat 600. I believe this is a rare fiat 600 out of series built by "CANTA". Unfortunately these old cars do not have much value but I think they are very beautiful
It would be interesting if you could send me pictures of the interior. My email address is:
Belcapello@tin.it.
Bye bye to all
Valerio