Where: autobelle.it, Bassano del Grappa, Italy
At first we thought this achingly cool 131 Abarth was a toy, but it is in fact the real deal! This actual car was the winner of the 64th Targa Florio in 1980, so we can only guess at the price.
Where: carsales.com.au, New South Wales, Australia
This is so very nearly the perfect Fiat 130 Coupe – if only it was the rare 5-speed! It comes in special order Ferrari Grigio Ferro, with a luscious deep red leather interior. It’s a one owner car with only 65,589km on the clock (40,755 miles) and has been maintained ‘regardless of cost’ by local Fiat and Ferrari specialists. This is 1 of only 513 RHD cars imported into Australia, and can only be one of a handful left.
Price: $29,950 (£13,800)
Where: autoscout24.com, Grosseto, Italy
This 500 is pretty far gone but these cars can go for up to €15,000 when restored so might be worth a punt for someone? Reportedly it has only 42,000km on the clock, and the owner has the docs to pass on the original number plates.
Price: €3,970 (£2,900)
Where: classicdriver.com, Reims, France
The actual name of this fabulous little beach car is the Fissore Marinella and this example was owned by Princess Ira zu Fürstenberg and is believed to be one of two left in existence. This car is based on a German licensed Fiat, the Fiat-Neckar 600 Multipla. Check out the rear facing semi-circular bench seat in the back and wood effect bumpers and trim!
Where: mobile.de, Amersfoort, Holland
You usually see these as Spyders or if a hardtop as the dumpy 850 coupe, but this Berlinetta is the rarer of the three shapes. Most of these went to the States but this one is for sale in Holland and looks in great condition with under 100,000km on the clock (it’s not clear if this is supported with documents).
Price: €16,750 (£11,870)
Where: autoscout24.com, Bologna, Italy
It may only have lowly origins but this Vignale bodied Fiat 850 looks incredible value. It’s for sale in Italy for €6400, that’s just £4600 at today’s exchange rate. The ad says the car is in ‘impeccable’ condition and the pictures back this up. This is effectively just a Fiat 850 Coupe in a different suit, but what a suit, with beautiful lining (look at that interior)!
Price: €6400 (£4600)
Where: www.mobile.de, Amersfoort, Holland
We’re big fans of these imposing Italian saloons here at PistonJuice, and this one has a spot-on colour scheme of dark blue with light blue velour interior. It is showing 4200km on the clock but it’s not clear if this is backed up with documentation. However, it looks in tip-top condition throughout and has the bigger 3200cc engine to waft this cruiser along nicely.
Price: €14,500 (£10,500)
Where: autobelle.it, Vigevano, Italy
This is not the first time we have featured a Fiat 1500 Coupe but we offer no excuses as we just adore these beautiful, under-valued cars. Just look at those lines – clearly from the same pen as greats like the Ferrari 250 California. This one has the perfect colour combination of silver bodywork (a car in its natural state is silver and only very well designed cars can pull the colour off) and sumptuous tan leather interior including the door cards. It’s only had 2 owners from new and all the history comes with the car. Can you drive a more tasteful car? We do not think so. A bargain – watch the prices sky-rocket in the next few years.
Price: €26,500 (£19,458)
Where: autobelle.it, Italy
We have a soft spot for these Fiat 2300 Coupes and this one floats our boat. Can you get more stylish than silver paintwork matched with beautiful tan seats and wooden dash and wheel? We don’t think so, and for £18,400 these Pininfarina masterpieces can’t stay this cheap for too much longer, so snap one up now!
Price: €26,000 (£18,400)