Collectible Motor Car of Atlanta is proud to off this rare 1953
Fiat 500C Topolino. Launched in 1936, the new baby Fiat was the
smallest mass-produced car of its time designed to bring motoring
to the masses. The final iteration of the Topolino, the 500C, ran
from 1949 to 1955. This Topolino Trasformabile is an extremely
charming car wearing a quality newer restoration. It wears a smooth
Blue paint with a recent Black Cabriolet Top, complimented by nice
Gray fabric interior. The Beige wheels adds a nice touch. This
roadworthy 500C is an increasingly collectible micro-car. The
powerplant is a 569cc 4-cylinder backed by a 4-speed manual
transmission. This fine example was recently imported from Italy
out of a long-term single-family ownership. Convertible versions
like this one with a retracting roof (aka the transformable) are
among the most desirable and collectible today. Just imagine
motoring the backroads with the top down in this extremely rare
Cabriolet, as if touring the countryside vineyards in its homeland
of Tuscany, Italy. Felice automobilismo (happy motoring)! Inquire
1953 Fiat 500L
Exterior Color:Dark Blue
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