Open for Negotiation. Classic and collectible. Appraised at $28,000 several years ago, in fine shape. Fuel injected, steel brake lines, 4-wheel disc brakes, 5-speed manual trans, relatively new radial tires, recent convertible top (top covering boot pristine), new radiator, new clutch, serviced starter, new paint to bare metal exacting curing and standards original color, completely rust free, no known accidents (body shop evaluated), Fiat approved 3rd party A/C, AM-FM radio, all scheduled maintenance - current owner, always garaged, superb condition, looks & drives great, mostly highway and suburban miles, must see, non-smoker, seats and trim like new, Title in hand, very clean interior including threading, well maintained. Clean!!!
It may interest prospective owners to know the following: the Fiat 124/2000 models were designed and manufactured by Italian carrozzeria Pininfarina which designed many Ferrari models and the overall styling was overseen by Tom Tjaarda who had been a significant figure at Ferrari. The Fiat twin-cam engine was a remarkable and creative design by ex-Ferrari engineer Aurelio Lampredi, known for his work on the Ferrari 375 Series V-12 engines and the 2-liter units of the 1952-53 World Championship wins. Bosch fuel injection replaced the previously used Weber carburetors midway through 1980 and the cars were designated as 2000 models during the 1981 and 1982 model years.
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