Coachbuilders like Vignale were not only involved in building supercars for rich people but also in giving a different shape to mass produced car like the Fiat 600.
That’s because they too needed to make some quick cash and building a new body for a Ferrari or some other expensive car was not everyday stuff. Cars like this special Fiat 600 were not affordable by most people but, anyway, they had a good market corridor at which they could sell.
This particular car is one of the few cars survived and, once in life, is not painted in the obvious red: the aquamarine metallic blue is perfect for a car which always looks for the sun. The car appears pretty solid and correct with some exceptions: the terrible exterior mirror and the nice mag wheels which are not original for this model. The steering wheel too is not original but all those are actually minor flaws. Find it for sale at €19,500 (today $20,750) here in Ancona, Italy.