Coachbuilt Econobox: 1957 Fiat 600 Vignale

This unusual Fiat 600 Rendez-Vous is still the same humble people-mover underneath that sculpted Vignale bodywork, right down to the engine and other mechanical bits. However, the… more»

Dining Room Find: 1937 Fiat Topolino Gasser!

As car guys (and gals), some of us have likely fantasized about putting our pride and joy in the middle of our living space, never having to… more»

Perfect First Project? 1958 Fiat 600 Transformable

Imagine walking into your local post office and being able to buy parts for your Ford, GM, or Chrysler product. Well, that was precisely the scenario pursued… more»

Stored Since 1975: 1959 Fiat 600

The owner of this Fiat 600 is very open about the fact that he bought this car with the specific intention of selling it. Some of the… more»

Ever Seen One? 1966 Ferves Ranger

If you were at the Turin, Italy Motor Show in 1966, you may have seen one of these before. If not, this is probably your first time…. more»

First Year Find: 1974 Fiat X1/9

While America was winding down their muscle car era with gas crisis, emissions, and crash safety concerns, Italy had whipped up a unique little mid-engine sports car… more»

37k Original Miles: 1972 Fiat 850 Spider

With a body designed and built by Bertone, the Fiat 850 Spider is a handsome looking car, and for a vehicle that in the USA had an… more»

A House Full Of Spiders: Fiat 124 Spider Package Deal

Whether it is deserved or not, Fiat hasn’t had the best reputation for reliability in this country. A Ford dealer that I worked for briefly in the… more»

READER AD: 1928 Fiat 509A Torpedo

This sure seems like a bargain to me, especially with all the work that’s been completed! Reader Clarke T. is listing this vintage Fiat “Torpedo” after the… more»

Major Mechanical Work Done: 1979 Fiat X-1/9

This Fiat X-1/9 represents a great opportunity for its new owner. You will find it listed for sale here on eBay. Located in Elkhart, Indiana, it is… more»

Not A Kit Car: 1970 Siata Spring

It can’t be too reassuring to the designer’s ego when a person has to say “not a kit car” while describing a 1970 Siata Spring. It would be… more»

Roadside Sighting: 1979 Fiat Spider 2000

Getting down to the roots of traditional Italian motoring. The land of hills, beautiful vista’s and possibly the worlds smallest cars. Fiat from Italy known for handbuilt… more»

Facelifted FIAT: 1970 SIATA Spring

Italy was home to a number of automotive tuning and accessory firms with names like Abarth and Nardi gaining prominence. One company that is less well-known by… more»

The Other Spider – 1973 FIAT 850 Sport Spider

FIAT’s 124 Spider likely ranks as the most recognizable American FIAT, making this 1973 FIAT 850 Sport Spider in Goleta, California a more interesting and unusual find…. more»

Now That’s Italian! 1986 Bertone X1/9

The Bertone X1/9 is likely well-known to any ‘70s and ‘80’s era mid-engine sports car aficionados out there.  To the rest of us it is certainly familiar… more»

Never Seen One: Fiat Lombardi Grand Prix

Update 7/2/2018 – We were contacted by an individual claiming that this car is theirs and doesn’t belong to the individual that has listed it on eBay…. more»

BF EXCLUSIVE: 1971 Fiat 124 Spider

As I’m sure a few of you are aware, I own a 1974 Fiat 124 Spider project that I’ve been slowly restoring. I probably should put an… more»

One Mechanic Maintained: 1978 Fiat X1/9

This Fiat X1/9 is claimed to have been in long-time original ownership, serviced by one mechanic for its entire existence. The level of commitment and care is… more»

Barn Find Fiat: 1960 Fiat 600 D Multipla

This 1960 Fiat 600 D Multipla “has been in covered dry storage for the past 35 plus years. It is very original and complete.” It sure looks… more»

Final Assembly Required: ’57 OSCA-Maserati Barchetta

The OSCA name is synonymous with major motorsports events such as the Mille Miglia on the international stage and the Sebring 12 Hours here in the states…. more»

Abarth Conversion? Fiat 600 Project

The Fiat 600 is the slightly-larger sibling to the well-loved Fiat 500. Aside from sitting in both cars back-to-back, it’s difficult to discern how these two tiny… more»

Obscure and Extinct: 1980 Fiat Strada

Yes, this unusual Fiat was sold in the U.S. for several years as the Strada, a hatchback that was built on the aging Fiat 128 platform. Featuring… more»

Along Came A Spider: 1972 Fiat 850 Sport

The Bertone bodied Fiat 850 Spider is based on the humble Fiat 850. It’s a great example of how Fiat would take a plain sedan and turn it… more»

Millecento Cutaway: 1958 Fiat 1100

This is one of the most unusual and yet one of the coolest car-related items that I’ve ever run across: a 1958 Fiat 1100 Cutaway. I have… more»