1979 Fiat 600 S RESTORED 1979 FIAT 600S/ CLEAN TITLE The Fiat 600
(Italian: Seicento, pronounced) is a rear-engine, water-cooled city
car, manufactured and marketed by Fiat from 1955 to 1969 - offered
in two-door fastback sedan and four-door Multipla mini MPV body
styles. South American production The 767 cc 36 hp 600 R was in
turn replaced by the 32 hp (DIN) 843 cc (65.0 x 63.5 mm) 600 S in
July 1977, a version featuring new bumpers with rubber overrides
and a black plastic faux-grille to replace the previous chrome
iteration. This version was equipped with an 850 cc engine that
could use 88 octane fuel. That engine was adapted in Crdoba from
the 933cc engine (93 octanes fuel) which equipped the Fiat 133,
originated in Spain which coexisted with 600S until 1982. The 600
was finally replaced by the Fiat 147 in April 1982, which at
beginning also used the 933cc engine. THIS 1979 FIAT 600S HAS BEEN
FULLY RESTORED A FEW YEARS AGO AND IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION
REBUILT ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION UPGRADE ELECTRIC FAN AND ALTERNATOR
NEW BRAKES AND CLUTCH FULL UPHOLSTERY REDONE INCLUDING CARPETS
DOORS SEALS AND GLASS STRIPS GREAT PAINT JOB IN AND OUT FIBERGLAS
COVERS UNDER THE FENDERS TO AVOID RUST NEW TIRES AND BATTERY ALARM
SYSTEM INCLUDED IS THE ORIGINAL RACK TOP FOR EXTRA LUGGAGE! WHAT
YOU SEE HERE IS ALMOST A NEW CAR MECHANICALLY SOUNDS GREAT NO
ISSUES, STARTS EVERY TIME Please Note The Following **Vehicle
Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We
do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only
**Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT
1979 Fiat 600
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