The 600 was designed by the brilliant engineer Dante Giacosa whose extensive portfolio includes the Fiat Topolino 508 Cisitalia D46 and Cisitalia 202. With the Fiat 600 he chose a rear-engine/rear-drive layout inspired by the Beetle though unlike the VW Fiat fitted an inline-four-cylinder engine with water cooling. The 633 cc unit was mated to a four-speed transaxle while suspension was by transverse leaf spring up front and independent semi-trailing arms in the rear.
This Fiat had a complete body-on restoration.
The Engine is a 1600 out off Fiat Models offers in this era.
1959 FIAT 600
Restoration History:Fully Restored
Exterior Condition:Very Good
Drive Train:Rear-wheel drive