Beautifully restored 1965 Fiat 500D Coupe
The Fiat Cinquecento is one of the most recognisable cars ever made, produced from 1957 to 1975. With its iconic rear-engine design and body of less that 3 metres long, this was the founding-father for the 'city-car.'
The 500D started production in 1960, replacing the original 'Nuova.' However, the 500D kept many of the key features of the first 500, most notably the 'suicide doors' and the folding fabric sunroof. Displacement and power were also increased in the 500D, with its 17hp engine used till 1973.
This particular example has recently undergone a full engine and body-work restoration, covering just 1,130 miles since re-build. Finished in Grey with two-tone cloth interior, it is one of the most beautiful examples of a true automotive icon.