Fiats first started producing cars in 1899 and have some of the most interesting history of any manufacturer with a reputation for style and grace as opposed to comfort and reliability.
The 1100 is a compact car produced from 1937 to 1969. In 1953, the 1100 was completely redesigned as a compact four-door saloon with modern monocoque bodywork and integrated front lights, the new model was called the 1100/103 after its project number. Between 1956 and 1960, the Fiat 1100 underwent several slight changes in fittings and details, e.g. newly designed grille, more rectangular profile and eventually small fin-tails with spear-shaped backlights.
This charming example of Fiat’s definitive small family saloon car of the 1950s is being offered from a private collection, and is offered at No Reserve to the highest bidder. A delightful little classic car and we are a welcome addition to any collection.