Fiat 130 Coupe 3200, 1972 | € 27.950,--
Fiat 130 Coupé 3200, year June 1972. Chassis number 0000705. Colour silver metallic combined with a black leather interior and blue carpet. This magnificent Fiat 130 Coupé 3200 was sold new on 23 July 1973 to Mr. A. Franzarella in the city of Ostuni in the province of Brindisi, Puglia, Italy. The impressive and stylish Fiat 130 Coupé was designed by Paolo Martin of PininFarina. The Coupé was based on the Berlina floor section and the car was also produced at PininFarina. Only 4493 130 Coupé models were built from 1971 until 1977. This gorgeous Fiat 130 Coupé still has the Italian registration, and it can be imported to any country. The odometer shows 49.209 kilometres. Considering the super original and excellent condition of the car this is believed to be original. This Fiat 130 Coupé shows all the original details and only the slightest signs of previous use. The interior leather is pristine as is the carpet. The bodywork and the paintwork are superb, and the underside of the car is in excellent and honest original condition. The exhaust system may still be the original fitment. The car was beautifully serviced and maintained. Many old wear parts were renewed like hoses, dust covers, brake parts. Also, a new radiator was fitted and a new Bonaldi brake servo. The 3238 cc V6 engine delivers a healthy 165 bhp and the engine soundtrack is amazing! Most Fiat 130 Coupé cars were fitted with an automatic gearbox, this car features the very desirable 5-speed manual gearbox! This Fiat 130 Coupé is a must see for the enthusiast and or collector. This example is a true time travelling machine in splendid condition!
This Fiat is for sale at Montagna d’Oro.
Price: € 27.950, -.
25 March 2021 - Due to circumstances Montagna d'Oro will be available by appointment only in the weeks to come. They are also limited available by telephone. If you have questions about a car or if you want to make an appointment, please contact Mr. Sako Timmer on 0031 637 739 076 (telephone / Whatsapp)
The Fiat 130 was presented in March 1969, just before the Geneva Motor Show. The Fiat 130 was introduced as the top-of-the-line Fiat model, ready to compete with the best cars European manufacturers had to offer. The Fiat 130 featured a fantastic 60-degree V6 engine with a single overhead camshaft per cylinder bank. The V6 engine is not the same type as the Ferrari V6 found in the Fiat Dino. Three years later, in March 1972, the Fiat 130 Coupé was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show. The Coupé was wonderfully designed and built by Pininfarina. The design was impressively angular, extremely clean, yet very stylish and elegant. Italian design of the 1970s in optima forma. The 130 Coupé featured all the luxury and style every demanding motorist could wish for. Also, the car offered the power to match. The cylinder capacity of the V6 engine was enlarged to 3200 cc which made a top speed of 190 km / h possible.
1 overhead camshaft per cylinder bank (OHC)
induction: twin choke carburettor
cylinder capacity: 3235 cc
capacity: 165 DIN bhp at 5600 rpm
top-speed: 118 mph - 190 km / h
gearbox: 3-speed automatic or 5-speed manual
brakes: servo assisted disk brakes on all wheels
weight: 1555 kg (manual), 1600 kg (automatic)