One of Fourteen: 1953 Fiat 8V Supersonic by Ghia

Not a barn find? Not quite. In fact, this spectacular Fiat “Otto Vu”, or 8V as we call it in the US, was found completely disassembled in a garage, its parts in cardboard boxes and Ziploc bags. Now brought… more»

Sharp Italian! 1996 Fiat Coupé 16V Turbo

Fiat cooked up this hot yellow number a decade or more after leaving the American market. Somehow this wedge-shaped 1996 Fiat Coupé 20V Turbo made its way to Morristown, New Jersey, and while not perfect, the tangy slice of… more»

Beautiful in Blue! 1970 Fiat 850 Coupe

In the 1960s and 1970s, the Fiat 850 was one of the Italian car builder’s most popular automobiles. Road & Track, for example, would call the Fiat 850 Coupe “one of the handsomest, best-balanced designs ever seen on a… more»

Pinin Farina Masterpiece: 1950 Fiat 1100S Coupe

Fiat’s 1100 – designed in 1937 and first known as either the Fiat 508C or the Balilla 1100  – was a family car with a few tricks up its proverbial sleeve. Diminutive but still able to seat four, the… more»

Italian 4×4: 1961 Fiat AR59 Campagnola

The Willys Jeep made more of an impression on the world than we give it credit for. Willys were loitering around several countries after WWII so many enterprising military organizations deconstructed individual Jeeps to create their own versions. The… more»

Suspended Project: 1960 Fiat 1200 Cabriolet “Vetture Speciali”

  This car entered its seller’s garage in 2019 and has rested undisturbed ever since. One of a vast library of Fiat 1100-based models, the 1200 was introduced as the Granluce saloon and the Turismo Veloce Spider in 1957…. more»

Designed by Bertone: 1968 Fiat 850 Spider

The Fiat 850 Spider was a budget-minded sports car built in Italy between 1965 and 1973. It was a variant of the 850 Coupe and had its flowing lines developed by Carrozzeria Bertone of Turin. A large number of… more»

1974 Fiat 124 Spider Barn Find

A thick coating of barn dust and a remote location can make almost any car or truck seem interesting. What’s particularly fascinating is when being discovered in utterly awful condition actually works to make a somewhat overlooked classic car… more»

No Reserve: 1981 Fiat Spider 2000

Of all the Italian Sports cars, the Fiat 124 Spider is without a doubt the most underappreciated. The styling was handled by Pininfarina and the twin-cam engine was designed by Aurelio Lampredi. Fiat’s image here in the States likely… more»

Baby Ferrari: 1975 Fiat X1/9

In the late 1950s, a new trend in car design began to emerge, incorporating sharp lines and angles, and culminating in wedged noses, wedged rears, even fins or wings. Virgil Exner Jr. was responsible for one of the earliest… more»

Very Original: 1949 Fiat Topolino Model A

Fiat introduced the Topolino (“little mouse”) in 1936 to provide everyman with a conveyance swifter and swankier than donkey power for the trip to town on Sundays. A water-cooled 569 cc four-cylinder engine mated to a four-speed synchromesh gearbox… more»

9K Miles and Perfectly Stored: 1982 Fiat X1/9

When talking about mid-engined sports cars, the Fiat/Bertone X1/9 often gets overlooked.  Smaller than even a Porsche 914, these miracles of efficient design were quite advanced for their time.  With over 160,000 made, they obviously struck a chord with… more»

Simple Fix? 1979 Fiat Brava

Known by many as the Fiat 131, Fiat renamed what was arguably one of their better cars the Brava and Super Brava in 1978 for the U.S. market, but settled back down to just the Brava moniker from 1979… more»

Barn Find Bounty: 1963 Sunbeam and More!

A host of cars from Europe and America recently rolled out of a southern California barn into the harsh sunlight for the first time in a long while. This 1963 Sunbeam Alpine headlines the inventory here on Craigslist, where… more»

Long Term Ownership: 1958 Fiat 1200 Turismo Veloce Spider

It’s difficult enough to find any Fiat 1200 TV, let alone one that was in single ownership from 1965 through 2017. But here on eBay is such a machine, a 1958 Fiat 1200 Turismo Veloce Spider, bid to $16,802,… more»

Unique 1949 FIAT Topolino C ‘Francis Lombardi’ Lunotto Panoramico Special

In the 1940s, Ugo Zagato introduced the “panoramica” concept to his automotive designs. Influenced by the wide-ranging vision from the cockpit of bi-planes he built in WWI, he used a combination of glass and plexiglass to lighten the greenhouse… more»