Fiat 600 (1956)
I’d never noticed how early models had their front indicators at the top of the headlights, I quite like that touch. In the last picture, in Multipla form, which actually managed to have 6 seats.
I still see some people running around traffic in 500/600 models today, almost as many as original Minis, and I find it delicious. In my mind they’re almost as practical as a bicycle anyway, so why not?
Fiat 1100 (1950)
Compact styling for you and all of your friends.
Fiat 124 Coupé Sport (1967)
Syed, from IEDEI, says the 124 Sport Coupé is finally growing on him. And he has plenty of reason to think that way.
This version is known as the BC (but that’s not Before Christ, as it was launched 1970 years after him), and its muscular looks have a few interesting sources. For instance, the headlights were shared parts between the Lamborghini Jarama.
The version after this one, the CC, finally featured an engine to match, at 1.7 litres of displacement.
And the 124 Spider? Oh, don’t get me started on that one! I have work to do.
Tumblr source: iluvskinnybitches
I usually don’t reblog, sorry if I disappoint you. But come on, this is Kate Moss literally on top of a Fiat 500 (1958). How could I not?
—Original find via iluvskinnybitches
Markku Alen being awesome on his Fiat 131 Abarth, during the 1977 Lakes Rally.
Fiat Abarth 850TC (1961)
(or at least what I think it is, I might be wrong about the specific model. Can someone confirm?).
These were proper pocket rockets. Try saying proper pocket rockets out loud, it’s fun as well. Everything about small Fiats on steroids is fun!
Fiat 1800 (1959)
Next to not just any plane, but the Fiat G91, which was a 1953 italian jet fighter.
- Fiat 126 (1972)
- Fiat 500 (1958)
Fiat advertisement, done right. For decades Fiat knew exactly how to sell tiny, underpowered and cramped cute cars both to men and women of all ages.
I’m thinking about a European Don Draper of Fiat’s marketing department.
Fiat 2300 Coupe promo (1961)
Body design by Ghia.