It no longer has the number plates, it has an incomplete engine and it is certainly not in concours d’état conditions, on the other hand it has six seats.
The Multipla was one of the cars that marked an era for its innovative concept: transporting the highest possible number of people in the smallest possible space: the experiment was certainly successful, above all because these needs were met thanks to a design as strange as it is seductive. Last but not least, it was a car with a price tag accessible to the people.
This example is in need of restoration which, however, does not seem particularly demanding: it is a car that has probably lived all its life in Sicily where there is a climate very similar to Southern California: little rain, little rust. It also looks like a complete car and has never been restored before, with the exception of the engine which seems not to be complete: it doesn’t seem like a big problem to us anyway since it is the same (or almost) used on the “normal” Fiat 600. Find it for sale at €12,000 (today $14,200) here in Catania, Italy.