1962 Fiat 600D – Offered at No Reserve

From the Estate of a Gentleman Collector


In 1955 FIAT replaced its revolutionary Topolino small saloon, which had been around in one form or another since 1936, introducing the successor ‘600’ model at that year’s Geneva Salon. Historically significant as the first rear-engined FIAT, the 600 was a masterpiece of automotive packaging, cramming accommodation for four into the same 2,000mm wheelbase as the outgoing two-seater Topolino, which it undercut on price. The integral chassis/body featured independent suspension all round, while the 633cc water-cooled four-cylinder overhead-valve engine produced 22bhp, which was good enough for a top speed of 100km/h. The most significant upgrade to this outstandingly successful design occurred in 1960 with the introduction of the 600D, which featured a 767cc engine, altered gearing and greatly improved performance. Although conceived as basic transport for the masses, the 600 would prove to be extremely capable on the racetrack, where examples modified by Carlo Abarth regularly turned in giant-killing performances, dominating their class and humbling larger-engined rivals.

Offered from the estate of a significant private collector of many cars, motorcycles and military vehicles, this delightful original example is finished in white with a black leatherette interior. All in all a huge amount of fun in a small compact package!

Sold For €6,750

Auction Techno Classica Essen
Auction Date 13th April 2019
Day of Auction Day 1 - Saturday

lot details

Lot Number 146P
Registration Number EU Registered
Chassis Number TBA
Year 1962
Make Fiat
Model 600D

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