We are used to see Alfa Romeo Giulia’s built for italian police (mostly replicas), and sometimes some little van (built until mid ’80s), but we’ve never seen a Fiat 600 with such livery.
As the seller says, this car is not a replica but a true 600 used by Carabinieri corps, it still has the original livery and the Carabinieri plate both on the front and on the back. The flashing light is in its place along with a couple of additional spot lights over the front bumper.
Said so, we wonder where is the siren and why the car is not equipped with a proper two-way, inboard radio: maybe it’s simply in the hidden side of the interiors or maybe it was removed in the past: that is an important part of a proper pantomime. But, even without the radio, we’re pretty sure that this car could be the queen of every show it goes. Find it for sale at €8,900 (today $11,700) here in Cantù, Italy.