This 1953 Fiat 500C Topolino Belvedere is a European treat that we
rarely see in the USA. It's a beautiful Italian that will wow you
with its style and character that radiates from such a diminutive
These original 500 C were Topolinos built in Turin, Italy. If
you've ever been there, the color theme seen here fits perfectly.
It's a lush green part of the country with views of the snow-capped
Alps. So the two-tone green feels like stone pines with a hint of
wintery mix on top. Even the whitewall tires fit this theme. And
speaking of the great outdoors, the full-length folding fabric roof
is a terrific trait of these early Fiats. And while this one gives
a unique first impression, don't forget to check out the details
like the bright bumpers, correct fiat badging, sliding windows, and
factory hubcaps on the cool solid wheels.
The Italians can make the simplest of interiors still look clean
and stylish. The brown on the seats and door panels fit the car's
natural feeling. The Belvedere was a new idea that allowed an
economical vehicle to have more room for family trips or for
farmers to go to market, and you see that influence in the large
rear door that opens up to a flat floor. So it's easy to get all of
your afternoon picnic supplies into this little mouse.
When you open the hood, there is one of the most interesting motor
arrangements around. The diminutive 569cc four-cylinder takes up
very little room, but it takes pride in being the motor that helped
put Italy on wheels. And because of this history, you can tell a
lot went into making it look this correct. So it looks quite
authentic and well presented. Like any proper Italian, the
four-cylinder is surprisingly rev-happy. And while it's not a speed
demon, the four-speed manual transmission means it will get you to
your favorite car events with a smile on your face.
Fiat 500C Belvedere is an exceptionally rare sight in the USA, and
so that already makes this desirable. So to find such a complete
example at a value price is irresistible. Call today!!!