A brace of classic Fiat 500’s feature in the Charterhouse auction of classic cars on 5th October at the Haynes International Motor Museum.
“Baby Fiats have been popular since they first came out in 1957.” Commented Richard Bromell. “Today they continue to have a loyal following and still offer fun city driving.”
In the Charterhouse auction are two beautifully restored Fiat 500’s. Made just one year apart, in 1972 and 1973, one is painted in a shade of mustard and the other a shade of ketchup.
Both are estimated at £10,000 when they go under the Charterhouse gavel.
Charterhouse are now accepting further entries for this classic car auction.
Richard Bromell and the Charterhouse Team can be contacted for advice and valuations at The Long Street Salerooms, Sherborne, 01935 812277 or via firstname.lastname@example.org
1973 Mustard coloured Fiat 500F
1972 Ketchup coloured Fiat 500L