Sometimes we are dazzled by cars worthy a lot of money on the actual market, and often what is more expensive looks also more aestetically attractive, but sometimes you need just to look under the stage to find cheaper, albeit beautiful, alternatives like this 504 Cabriolet.
The 504 Cabriolet, designed by Aldo Brovarone at Pininfarina, was not just a sedan with a chopped roof but it had a different chassis with a shortened wheel base and in the 1978 version it was equipped with a 2 liter engine fed by an electronic injection producing 106 h.p., enough to make this car a proper cruiser.
This late 504 Cabriolet has a stunning color combo and looks like a pristine specimen: the seller says that he’s the second owner: he bought the car from the first owner who used the car only in the weekends, so the car has 75,000 original kms, spare keys and the original books. We believe that this particular car has a gigantic fun/price ratio. Find it for sale at €12,000 (today $16,700) here in Portici, Italy. Thanks to friend Frans for this suggestion.