The Fiat 130 Coupe was one of Pininfarina's classic designs and one
of the most influential designs of the 1970's. They were sold in
Europe exclusively and only a few have made it to American soil.
Only 4400 were produced from 1970 to 1977 and only 800 were ZF
5-speed manuals like this one. The 130's 3.2L V6 engine with alloy
heads and iron block were designed by Aurelio Lampredi, the man
behind Ferrari's early V12's and the Dino V6. The 130 has a single
overhead camshaft and toothed belt drive good for 165HP. This
coupe's oblong headlights were never fitted on any other production
car. The body was built by Pininfarina then shipped to the Fiat
Rivalta factory for final assembly. This car is 190" long and
weighs in at 3528 lbs.
When it was introduced in 1970, the 130 Coupes were considered one
of the most luxurious interiors in the world with soft leather seat
and side panel upholstery and a stunning rolled leather headliner.
This 130 has power steering, power disc brakes, power windows, and
twin horns (one city, one highway). All gauges and lights work.
This 130 received a complete mechanical inspection in 2018 and all
issues were resolved. Compression is 145 - 150 on all cylinders.
New coil, electronic ignition, clutch, brake pads, and 4 wheel
alignment in 2018. Car runs and drives beautifully. The back seat
has loads of leg and headroom. Garage kept with new car cover