1982 Fiat 124 Spider Air ConSOLD

The Sports Car Auction, Nuremberg Germany, Saturday 9th December 2006

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Estimate: €4,000-6,000

Sold: €3,000

The 124 Sport Spider was presented in November 1966 on the Turin Car Salon. It was based on the saloon chassis which was shortened by 14 cm and strengthened. The body was made by Pininfarina, while final finishing was done by Fiat in Lingotto. The 124 AS came with a 90 HP engine (1438 cc) and had a flat hood. This first version of the Spider sold almost 11.000 times in the USA and was the "popular-priced open sports car in the 1.5-liter class" (Road & Track, 7/1968). It was produced until July 1970.
Following was the 1969 presented B-model with 110 HP (1608 cc). It«s engine had two 40 double carburetors. The hood got two bumps because of the higher engine. It also had a honey comb radiator grill and wider taillights.

The last version of the spider was the Volumex, built 500 times. The engine was powered up by a roots-compressor and came with 135 HP. On July 13th 1985 Pininfarina noted down the finishing of the last Spider .

This particular example of the charming and ever popular Fiat 124 spider is described as being in fair to good overall condition throughout with the added benefit of air conditioning fitted to the car. This would make an excellent and simple winter programme for any sports car enthusiast wishing for good value open two seater motoring for the spring and summer of 2007.

Reference Number 5300

as of 12/8/2006

Overview
Car 1982 Fiat 124 Spider Air Con
Exterior / Interior Color      Red 
Registration EU registered