614 E. Auto Center Dr.
Timeless style and open-top driving fun are part of the instant appeal of this 1979 Fiat Spider 2000. And since it's a well-kept drop-top classic offered for an affordable price, you know it's one irresistible package.
It's easy to fall in love with a classic Italian bombshell like this one. The twin bulges in the hood, and sleek bodylines from the famed Pininfarina design house have always made these look more expensive than their price ever suggests. It also helps that this has the timeless appeal of white paint on a super-straight body. This has the right look of care, as well as good details. The black convertible top fits well, the trim is complete, and the upgraded American Racing turbine wheels fit this car's style. It's a beautiful classic that only gets better with the top down.
The red leather interior truly speaks to this car's passionate Italian heart, and with the red convertible boot cover, this one really gets to show off its open-roof style with elegance. The Fiat 124 series already had a vintage pedigree by the late 1970s, so sliding behind the wheel in this time capsule really feels like riding through the Italian Alps in the '60s. The interior is highly original and in remarkably good order, which reaffirms that this car has always been special to someone. This has a touch of a premium feel with the wood on the dash and even the power windows. You get a Ferraro-style three-spoke sport steering wheel, and beyond that, the Veglia instruments show crisp markings with elegant simplicity.
The 2.0-liter motor with dual Weber carbs is this car's correct and suspected factory original equipment. The dual overhead camshaft makes it one of those wonderful engines on which the Italians have built their passionate reputation. It has a low-end power surge that just begs to be revved, and you're rewarded for your aggression by a sweet exhaust note. Of course, the best part is the odometer is believed to reflect the car's total actual mileage (averaging about 1,400 miles annually.) But, it wasn't just the engine that made these Fiat Spiders great. These are tight handling cars with well-balanced suspensions that love backroads. They even kept up with some of the most modern features by coming with a five-speed manual transmission and four-wheel power disc brakes.
Complete with owner's manual, these driver-oriented Spiders are irresistible. So hurry up and get this distinct and affordable example before someone else grabs this deal. Call today!!!
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