The fiat 1400 was the first post-war “new generation” car built by Fiat which inaugurated its new course and the most prosperous twenty years of its production.
It is clear that, in Italy in the early 50s, the Fiat 1400 – and we are talking about the sedan – was a car that only the wealthy could afford, the Cabriolet instead was the most expensive model after the 8V (the latter practically unattainable in terms of price), therefore few specimens were sold. This specimen is said to be one of the 15 specimens still existing in Italy, and it has been completely restored: engine, bodywork, chrome, floors, interiors, soft top and its frame: it seems that the car has all its correct components and in fact it is rare to see one that still has the original rear lights (at the time, in Italy, the turning signals were not mandatory). The colors are beautiful, the car is beautiful, the price a little less beautiful. Find it forsale at €65,000 (today $70,600) here in Roma, Italy.