As usual, it’s very difficult to know the correct number of how many of these coachbuilt Fiat were made and it’s even more difficult to know how many still survive: some source say that 6 only of these are known to survive.
Everything of this car, with the exception of the body and interiors, belongs to the Fiat 1100 TV and hat’s a good thing: those cars were extremely solid and reliable basically not giving any headache to their owners and indeed basically every italian coachbuilder made his own interpretation of this model.
This particular car seems tastefully restored with some add-on like the german oil pressure meter which is not correct but, on the other side, very useful. The car is said to be delivered new in Portugal where it is for sale now. Interiors are very nice and detailed (but the radio is at least 10 years younger than the car), the engine bay shows all the correct components (maybe too shiny). Nothing to say about the exterior trims which look correct. We are reluctant to publish a car without an asking price but in this case we pleasantly do an exception. Find it for sale here in Cardosos, Portugal.