The Fiat 600 celebrated its world premiere, not in Bella Italia, but during the Geneva Motor Show. The new rear engine layout, the all-round independent wheel suspension, a new type of self-supporting body, as well as the rather brisk driving performance, were partly responsible for its enormous economic success. This also aroused the interest of tuners like Abarth and high-end manufacturers like Zagato, Allemano, Pininfarina, Viotti, Ghia and Savio. These produced more or less successful designs. Without a doubt, however, the design by Carozzeria Vignale is still something very special. Vignale not only drew a beautiful coupé, but also a gorgeous open version, the Spider. They were offered in Germany as the Jagst Fiat Riviera Spider. Overall, the experts estimate that only 100 Spiders were built, of which perhaps a third are currently still in existence.
History of the Fiat Vignale Spider
On July 8th, 1963 this Spider was first delivered and registered in Mantova. with the license plate MN 70165. In 201E it was completely restored by the Carozzeria Stella in Mantova and after completion in 014 it was included in one of the most important collections in Germany. Technically and visually flawless, after the restoration only driven 300 km, this Spider is in fantastic condition. A real time capsule. At the moment this little sports car has the Italian registration documents: certificato di proprietà and carta di circolazione. We are happy to help the future owner to register this Fiat in Germany. This convertible is simply an Italian beauty and beguiles with its wonderful lines and charisma. By the way, we also have the right coupé in our range. We are selling this Vignale on behalf of the current owner.
Additional services such as large 154 pt. Comprehensive inspection, new TÜV, H approval, transport, registration in Germany, appraisals, etc. are possible for a separate expense allowance.