Fiat 500 C Topolino Belvedere
First registration 01.1952
Swiss road registration with veteran entry
Small, light and cheap was Fiat’s motto – and the car of the Turin manufacturer became one of the most successful in Europe. The Fiat 500 – in Italy also affectionately called “Topolino”, which means little mouse in German.
Creativity and innovation were required to meet the demands placed on it. For example, the chassis frame was perforated like a Swiss cheese and the engine was placed low in front of the front axle, saving both a water and a fuel pump and thus achieving a real weight saving. With four cylinders and 569 cc, the engine was equipped for good power output.
This beautiful Fiat 500 C Topolino Belvedere was fully restored “frame off” and stands technically perfect, inside as well as outside in unexceptional top collector condition.
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