Young target: 1969 Fiat 850 Sport Racer Berlinetta

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In the 1960s, as the American automotive industry had already learned, baby boomers were the future, and many models were designed with them in mind.

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This obviously also happened in Italy – with the appropriate difference in displacement – and this model is an example of a coupé designed for boys aged 20 to 30 who wanted to have a coupé with sporting ambitions, obviously without spending a fortune and, we must admit, that if we had had 20 years in 1969, we would probably have drooled over this car.

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This is the “Berlinetta” model that differs from the “Team” model for some aesthetic details, unlike the latter the “Berlinetta” version was mainly exported to the USA as in Italy only less than 300 units were sold; this car in particular seems to be in very good condition, it looks seemingly correct and has a beautiful red / black vinyl color combination: it won’t be as fast as a missile but it’s definitely a pleasure to watch. Find it for sale at €21,500 (today $24,000) here in Pianezza, Italy.

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3 Responses to Young target: 1969 Fiat 850 Sport Racer Berlinetta

  1. M Loder l Loder1899 says:

    Please remove me from the mailing list. Mit freundlichen Grüßen Best regards Maximilian Loder Loder1899 GmbH Dorfstraße 20, 85235 Unterumbach Tel: +49 (0) 8134 / 9302-20 Fax: +49 (0) 8134 / 6112 E-mail: mailto:max@loder1899.de Loder1899 GmbH Geschäftsführer: Maxmilian Loder HRB München 170969 | Firmensitz: Odelzhausen USt-IdNr. DE258085297 | Steuernummer: 115/131/60196

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  2. Classicvirus says:

    Hello Max, you can subscribe through the link on the bottom of the email

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  3. Stephan says:

    Beautiful. All though not fast these cars a great fun to drive. Unbelievable that a car this nice doesn’t have the required cooling tins in the engine bay.
    The whole cooling system of the 850 is predicted on these being in place.

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