The Fiat 501 is a car produced by Fiat between 1919 and 1926. The 501 was Fiat’s first model after World War I. Fiat introduced the S and SS sports versions of the 501 in 1921.
Over twenty years ago this car was located in Austria and subsequently restored over a number of years in Frankfurt am Main by Fiat specialists. The restoration was well documented and comes with photos and the spare parts manual translated from Italian to German.
Finished in red with tan leather interior that is in very good condition and undamaged, this rare and special fiat also has leather door panels, wooden steering wheel, aluminium floor plates. Additional information about the car; 1486 cm3 4-cylinder water cooled engine, weber carburettors with K&N sports air filters. 4-speed manual transmission, bosch lamp glas, 12V electrical system. Chrome wire wheels with Excelsior Comp H 5,50-18 88H 6 ply tires. Tires are supple with sufficient profile. Ventilated drum brakes on all 4 wheels. Single Brooklands Racing windscreen, steel ladder frame, engine and radiator are factory-old-original, rest of the parts are mostly new-made in aluminium, replica rear lights, chrome exhaust cover, tan tonneau cover.