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1963 Fiat 600

Highest Bid:
$8,300

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1963 Fiat 600

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1963 Fiat 600

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1963 Fiat 600

High Bidder:  Fixit_Tony

Auction Type:  Reserve

Highest Bid: $8,300 (USD)

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Chassis/VIN:

1611614

Location:

Okahumpka, Florida

Odometer:

70,000 (Km)

Lot Number:

20915573

Engine:

633cc I4

Seller:

Dealer

Transmission:

Manual

Carfax:

Highest Bid: $8,300 (USD)

High Bidder:  Fixit_Tony

Auction Type:  Reserve

Ends In:

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Chassis/VIN:

1611614

Location:

Okahumpka, Florida

Odometer:

70,000 (Km)

Lot Number:

20915573

Engine:

633cc I4

Seller:

Dealer

Transmission:

Manual

Carfax:

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Vehicle Story

This 1963 Fiat 600 is a compact Italian-built two-door fastback sedan that underwent a complete restoration finished in 2015 and gets power from a 633cc inline-4 paired with a 4-speed manual transmission. It was in Italy until 2017 when it was imported to the United States by the selling dealer. Refinished in turquoise over a gray vinyl interior, this 600 is now offered by the selling dealer with a clear Florida title.

The 600 (Seicento in Italian) was a compact city car with the capacity for four occupants and luggage marketed by Fiat between 1955 and 1969. This 600 from 1963 was treated to a full restoration and repaint in turquoise completed in 2015 while under prior ownership in Italy. The exterior features rear-hinged doors and chrome bumpers. The selling dealer notes that the 600 designation sticker on the front grille has been lost, one of the rubber door seals needs to be replaced, and the windshield has scratches from the windshield wipers.

Silver 12-inch steel wheels wear polished hubcaps and are surrounded by 145/80-series tires. The suspension was gone through as part of the restoration and features a single leaf spring in the front along with coil springs on trailing arms at the rear. Braking is provided by four-wheel drums. The selling dealer notes that one hubcap is missing.

The interior is trimmed with a color-matched metal dashboard, grey vinyl for the bucket seats and door panels, and black rubber floor mats in the first and second rows.

Instrumentation is consists of a 120-kph speedometer flanked by gauges for the fuel level and coolant temperature. The mechanical odometer reads 70K kilometers (43,500 miles), although true mileage on the chassis is unknown.

The rear-mounted, water-cooled 633cc inline-4 received service including a head gasket replacement under prior ownership as well as an oil change and coolant change within the past year. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a floor-shifted 4-speed manual transmission.

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Comments & Questions

May 17, 2022
10:43 AM

BID: $8,300

May 12, 2022
05:28 PM

BID: $8,000

May 11, 2022
02:12 PM

BID: $1,000

May 11, 2022
01:10 PM
Seller

@Davespainting – How does it run, drive, ride and brake? Are the irregularities in the exterior of the rear glass rubber from rust or is it the condition of the rubber? Are those rust spots on the dashboard at the front glass rubber gasket? Thanks ...

I drove the vehicle last week and everything works well. There is only a very small rusty spot under the windshield rubber.

May 11, 2022
01:03 PM
Seller

@Pecof – Hi, I live near Montreal, in Canada. What are the expenses , customer, taxes, and other $ to bring it here that I will have to pay . thank you, Andre ...

Unfortunately, I don't know the cost to ship to Canada. You can contact TFX international for Canadian shipping.

May 11, 2022
10:17 AM

How does it run, drive, ride and brake? Are the irregularities in the exterior of the rear glass rubber from rust or is it the condition of the rubber? Are those rust spots on the dashboard at the front glass rubber gasket? Thanks

May 11, 2022
08:47 AM

@Pecof – Hi, I live near Montreal, in Canada. What are the expenses , customer, taxes, and other $ to bring it here that I will have to pay . thank you, Andre ...

We recommend TFX international for Canadian shipping

May 10, 2022
06:01 PM

Hi, I live near Montreal, in Canada. What are the expenses , customer, taxes, and other $ to bring it here that I will have to pay . thank you, Andre

May 10, 2022
09:08 AM

BID: $500

May 10, 2022
07:53 AM
Seller

@jhelfert – In your photos I see the Fiat emblem on the front of the car. Is that now missing? Can we see some close up photos of the scratches in the windshield? ...

Hey Sir, Thanks for your question and I will be more than happy to answer. The emblem is there, the only thing missing is one of the hubcaps. Click on the link below to see more pictures of the windshield I just took this morning. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1LYHQhhsPAgvzhYFFs2IDlsvSV4YugFBp?usp=sharing

May 10, 2022
01:41 AM
Bidder

In your photos I see the Fiat emblem on the front of the car. Is that now missing? Can we see some close up photos of the scratches in the windshield?

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