‘The Fiat 600 Ghia Jolly is a luxury, a summers dream’
The dreamer was Gianni Agnelli, who, at the end of the Fifties, wished to have a light and agile motor vehicle that could be loaded on his sailboat, the ‘Agneta’, with which he travelled far and wide in the Mediterranean. The 500 Ghia Jolly – designed by Sergio Sartorelli was the result. Built by the famous company of Turin, Ghia, the Jolly soon became a cult piece between politicians and personalities of finance and entertainment.
The 600 Jolly, built on the basis of the largest Fiat 600, is the continuation of that ephemeral summer fantasy. Approximately four hundred models were built between 1958 and 1969 and were very successful especially in the United States.
The car offer today is a beautiful example of the most powerful series, registered for the first time in 1963, equipped with its original four cylinder engine with capacity of 767cc.
Restored in Italy a couple years ago, complete of important original accessories like the steering lock, bonnet lock and the awning sunshade, comes with valid English registration papers, valid mot and the Fiat Registro Certification.