Just like the Sportinia published here, also this special Fiat Coupé (this time built by Vignale), was born painted in a golden shade, actually often used in the seventies but not much in the previous decade.
This particular model, said to be built in 60 units of which only 15 are known to survive nowadays, has been fully restored – according to the seller – to a concours level without any expense spared: no stone have been left unturned on this coachbuilt Fiat which probably had the same treatment of cars much more valuable than it.
So the seller says that body, engine, paint, nuts and bolts, suspensions, brakes, everything has been restored to the highest standard after 950 man-hours of work. The only thing still not complete is the upholstery. We can see a very good work performed here, for a car that surely deserve it. Find it for sale at €60,000 (today $64,000) here in Imperia, Italy.