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Fiat 850 Spider

FACTS

1971

CONSTRUCTION YEAR

4 Zylinder

903 ccm

52 PS

ENGINE

BERTONE

DESIGNERS

24,000

NUMBER OF PIECES

1968 - 1973

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STORY

The Fiat 850 Spider was a small convertible produced by the Italian car manufacturer Fiat from 1965 to 1973.

The Fiat 850 Spider was first presented at the Geneva Motor Show in 1965. The design was by the renowned Italian automobile designer Bertone. The convertible was based on the Fiat 850 Coupé and shared many of its mechanical components.

The Fiat 850 Spider was equipped with a rear engine. The engine had an output of around 47 hp and was equipped with a manual gearbox. The lightweight construction of the vehicle ensures good driving characteristics.

The 850 Spider was also successful in motorsport, taking part in various racing events, including rallies, and achieving some success in its class.

The Fiat 850 Spider has developed a certain fan base over the years, especially among classic car enthusiasts. Its distinctive design and compact size make it an interesting collector's item.

PERSONAL STORY

This 850 Sport Spider was lucky enough to get its hands on a talented Fiat restorer. The complete renovation was completed in 2017 and is exemplary for this price range.

Since then, it has been able to shine with its cheerful color on the streets of the Salzkammergut during the summer months.

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