Fiat 124 Sport Coupé, 1969
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Fiat 124 Sport Coupé, 1969 | € 19.950,--

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Fiat 124 Sport Coupé, year 1969 (first registration 5 March 1969). Chassis (VIN) number Fiat124AC*0085652*, engine number 124AC 4198994. Colour pale blue combined with a red leatherette interior. This gorgeous Fiat 124 Sport Coupé of the first (AC) series was recently purchased from the last owner in Mongrando (BI) in Italy. The car was sold new to Mr. Rivaldo Bozzoue in Vercelli (VC) Italy. The car is still sporting the original Italian registration VC158913. This Fiat 124 is a glorious time capsule! A super original car in very good original condition, showing all the factory original details! The odometer reads 41.801 kilometres. The name Sport Coupé promises performance above the average and Fiat did deliver that with the 124. The car features a 1438 cc four-cylinder engine with twin overhead camshafts and a power output of 90 DIN hp. With a five-speed gearbox, a weight of 960 kg, and a top speed of 170 km/h the Fiat 124 was a sporty and lively coupé in the 1960s! The great looking body shape was drawn by the Fiat Styling Centre. This very desirable and highly original Fiat 124 Sport Coupé will be fitted with a new exhaust, new tyres, and it will receive extensive delivery service. This Fiat time capsule will be a great addition to any Fiat collection, and to be cherished, driven, and enjoyed by a true enthusiast!

This Fiat is for sale at Montagna d’Oro.
Price: € 19.950, -.

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The Fiat 124 saloon model was introduced in 1966 on the Geneva motor Show. The Fiat 124 range was extended with a station wagon and a 124 Sport Spider designed by Pininfarina later that year. On the Geneva show of 1967 the 124 Sport Coupé, designed by the Fiat Styling centre, was presented. Where the Fiat 124 saloon and station wagon were fitted with a common 1200 cc four-cylinder engine with overhead valves and pushrods, the 124 sport Spider and the 124 Sport Coupé featured an advanced 1438 cc unit with twin overhead camshafts (driven by a toothed belt) and a five-speed gearbox instead of a four-speed unit. In 1969 the Sport models were succeeded by the updated series 2 models with new styling details and a new 1608 cc 110 bhp engine option which was derived from the Fiat 125. The 124 Sport Coupe was updated again in 1973 and a 1756 cc engine became available. The Sport Coupé was built until 1975. Good and well-preserved original examples are rare and very desirable.

Technical data*:

4 cylinder in-line engine (DOHC)
cylinder capacity: 1438 cc
induction: 1 twin-choke carburettor
capacity: 90 DIN bhp at 6000 rpm
top-speed: 170 km/h - 106 mph
gearbox: 5-speed, manually operated
brakes: disc brakes around
weight: 960 kg.

Source: All the Fiats 1899 - 1999 Editoriale Domus

Seller: Montagna Doro
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