Fiat

No Reserve Donation: 1971 Fiat 850 Spider

It’s difficult to say why seemingly decent cars and trucks get donated, but there are some standard reasons: the kids didn’t want dad’s project; there were no heirs; the owners were moving and didn’t want to deal with selling… more»

Rear-Engine Drop Top: 1971 Fiat 850 Spider

Here we have a 1971 Fiat 850 Spider. The 850 was produced from 1964 to 1973 in sedan, coupe, and convertible guises. The 850 series was intended as a replacement for the Fiat 600, which was basically a larger… more»

Beast Of Turin: 1913 Fiat S76 Record Replica

The need for speed is deeply ingrained in us as humans. We have consistently beaten our own predecessors at their own game–our own game–by building better, faster machines that bend the laws of physics to their will. Going faster… more»

Only One in the U.S.? 1949 Fiat 1100B Cabriolet

Gray market cars have been coming into the United States for decades, but for different reasons. In the 70s and 80s, the import market was primarily driven by consumers who wanted the forbidden fruit, the high horsepower models that… more»

Fiat-Powered: 1968 Siata Spring

Siata was a very interesting company and they made some absolutely gorgeous cars, such as this one. They also made some… interesting-looking cars such as this 1968 Siata Spring. Don’t get me wrong, I think they’re great and this… more»

Parts Car? 1962 Fiat Pininfarina Cabriolet

There are few sights sadder than a classic Italian sports car that has developed significant rust problems. That has been the fate of this 1962 Fiat Pininfarina Cabriolet, and the owner is very candid about its condition. He would… more»

Free Italian Sports Car: Fiat X1/9

Very rarely do free cars end up being a model that’s even remotely desirable, but lightning can strike every once in a while. This Fiat X1/9 is located in the California Bay Area and listed with next to no… more»

Rare 1967 Fiat 850 Spider + Parts Car!

If you dream of owning an Italian exotic but don’t have huge amounts of cash to spend, a Fiat 850 Spider is a really great option! The styling is unique, the engine is outback, and they are a blast… more»

Rare Italian: 52k Mile 1994 Fiat Coupe!

Coming in just barely under the wire on the US 25-year rule for getting a title and registering a non-US-market vehicle, this 1994 Fiat Coupe is one cool and unusual ride. The seller has it listed here on Hemmings… more»

One Family Since ’76: 1973 Fiat 850 Sport Spider

My father owned a Fiat 850 coupe during 1968-69, and I remember it being the first car I truly loved – I still have the factory tool kit. This gorgeous 1973 850 Sport Spider has me contemplating a trip… more»

Two-Cylinder: 1993 Polski Fiat 126p

Some cars become desirable because they are things of utter beauty, while others offer breath-taking performance. The Polski Fiat 126p became a sales success in Poland because the alternative to owning one of these usually involved walking everywhere…or staring… more»

1 Of 5 In The U.S.? 1969 Fiat 238 Van

From 1967 to 1983, Fiat built a mini-van that – at first glance – looks a lot like the famed VW bus of the same era. It was based on the chassis of an existing product and used a… more»

Pocket Rocket: 1968 Fiat Abarth 595 Esse Esse

This 1968 Fiat Abarth 595 Esse Esse has a mere 330 kilometers, or 207 miles, showing on its odometer since it underwent a full restoration. It presents as well as you might expect for a classic with this background… more»

BF EXCLUSIVE: 1979 Fiat 2000 Spider

While the basic shape of the Fiat 124 Spider remained largely the same for the duration of its production run, the car was later upgraded with a 2.0L engine and optional Bosch L-Jetronic fuel injection. Known primarily for its… more»

Sporty Italian Fastback! 1968 Fiat 850 Sport Coupe

This sporty little fastback is a 1968 Fiat 850 Sport Coupe. 1 of 340,000 made from 1965 to 1971, this 1968 Series II sport coupe can be found here on craigslist for $2,500.00.  It’s located in Seattle, Washington.

Pristine Fiat Bertone X1/9 Two-Pack

Matt R sent us this lead on two X1/9’s for sale in a package deal. The red car is a 1979 Fiat X1/9 and the white car is a 1983 Bertone X1-9. Fiat produced the X1/9 from 1972 to… more»