Track Support Potential: 1970 Fiat 850

One of my primary goals with the HiAce project I own is to convert it to a camper van for both exploring our nation’s National Parks system and also for attending a few weekend-long racing events… more»

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Stampede to Montana—Cheap Project Car Auction!

Reader Tim K. tipped us off to this auction, currently ongoing in Miles City, Montana, and it is a veritable treasure trove of viable project cars! Few of these cars and trucks run (although several “ran… more»

You Know What Fiat Stands For! 1980 Fiat Brava

Fix It Again, Tony! For many, it may be impossible not to hear that when they think of Fiat. In fact, I’m fairly certain someone is cursing me right now for bringing it up! By the… more»

Double Bubble Discovered: 1956 Fiat Abarth Zagato

It’s not every day that a genuine Fiat-Abarth 750 “Double Bubble” Zagato shows up for sale, especially with as intriguing of a history as this car in Alaska has. The seller notes he has searched for… more»

First Year X: 1974 Fiat X1/9

Some cars are really hard to let go of. Whether they are rare, or they hold some other sentimental reason for making it difficult. The seller of this first year X1/9 is looking to let his… more»

Obscure Italian in Portugal: O.T.A.S. Grand Prix

This is a.. er.. umm.. It’s actually a.. um.. uhhhh.. Well, it’s a 1969 O.T.A.S. Grand Prix, a car based on the Fiat 850. This unusual car company has a somewhat confusing history, perhaps as confusing as… more»

Rare Little Italian: 1967 Ghia 1500 GT

When most of us hear the name Ghia, the first car that pops into mind is the VW Karmann Ghia, but Carrozzeria Ghia built a number of incredibly beautiful cars over the years. This 1967 Ghia 1500 GT… more»

Bella Brava! 1980 Fiat Brava

As much as I love me some curvy cars, there’s just something about 1970s and 1980s boxy designs that gets to me. This one is a classic three-box design if there ever was one. It’s a… more»

Surprisingly Solid: 1971 Fiat 850 Spider

As many of you are aware, I’m a bit of a Fiat Fan. I know, that sounds crazy, but they really are tons of fun to drive when they are in good shape. And that’s the… more»

1 of 1 in North America: Fiat Riviera 750

This restoration-grade Fiat project is said to be the only one of its kind in North America, attributed to its unique styling by Vignale and enlarged engine to 750 cc. These features, in addition to never… more»

Stored 20 Years: 1979 Fiat X1/9

It was 80 degrees in the northeast yesterday, which, being the first warm day we’ve had since last summer, meant I desperately wanted to be driving one of my projects. The only problem is, three of… more»

1972 Fiat 500 Furgoncino: Ex-TV & Movie Star

Fiat 500s are cute enough, especially this generation, but I had never seen a “Furgoncino” (little van?) before. This one even comes with an interesting history, and as they were never officially imported to the USA… more»

Ferrari Engined: 1968 Fiat Dino Coupe

It’s a well known fact that the Fiat Dino coupe and convertible were produced so that Ferrari could produce enough V6 engines that the power plant could be homologated for racing. Thankfully, the engineers and designers… more»