Everyone (or almost everyone) loves small Fiat, especially if done in limited series by the large body shops on the market in the 50s and 60s.
One of the smallest produced in the 50s was the Fiat 600 by Viotti, one of the largest Turin body shops that, among other things, also worked as a subcontractor for Pininfarina and Vignale (for example, on behalf of the latter they built the Lancia Appia Convertible at the turn of the 50s and 60s); this car was produced in two versions: Coupé and Granluce, the one we have here is the latter.
The Granluce was, to tell the truth, less graceful: it had a larger glass surface but the price to pay was a roof with a slightly higher profile and a more vertical rear window; the whole thing was more practical but less seductive from an aesthetic point of view. This car in particular has already been restored in the past, probably more than twenty years ago, the restoration job seems not excellent but it is certainly usable as it is; it has an old black plate (not the first one) and a nice color combination between inside and outside. Last but not least, an attractive price. Find it for sale at €14,900 (today $16,500) here in Peccioli, Italy.