Looking for a fun-to-drive and easy-to-own collectible sports car?
This one really stands out with a beautiful rich deep Bronze
factory finish with the tan interior and convertible top. We are
told that it's traveled a mere 31,000 from new- You'll believe it
when you see it. Come in and check it out, you will be proud to own
it, and, have a lot of fun where ever you go!
"Originally known as the 124, the Fiat Spider was designed by famed
Italian coachbuilder Pininfarina and debuted in 1966 at the Turin
Auto Show. The car was remarketed as the Spider 2000 by Fiat and in
1979 with a 2.0 liter DOHC inline 4 cylinder engine, 5-speed
transmission and rear-wheel drive." (Wiki)
1979 Fiat Spider
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