1971 Fiat 124S
1971 Fiat 124S
The car being sold is in excellent condition and has received high praise from the MOT inspector during its recent examination. It has a voluntary MOT dated February 7, 2023, with no advisories, and is exempt from MOT, tax, and ULEZ. The car is UK registered and licensed, and the V5 document is present. It has a KPH speedometer with markings for 30, 50, and 70 MPH.
The car is right-hand drive, has a 4-speed manual transmission, and is powered by an original 1500CC engine. It has light-weight “Chromodora” wheel-rims that are worth over £1000.
The car is a rare survivor, and there have been no similar cars for sale in the UK for many months, potentially increasing its future value. There has been a lot of work done on the car, as seen in the photos, and it has a mostly original and great interior.
The car has a great exhaust note and is fun to drive, even in modern traffic. It is not an Abarth, and the badges and trim are merely for fun.
Delivery can be arranged within mainland UK at a cost of 75p per mile round trip. The car has believed genuine mileage of 40,500 KM (25,200 miles) with one previous owner/user, who was a farmer that bought it for his wife. The car was then parked in a shed for many years before being purchased by “DK”, a car collector. DK barely ran the car and put on less than 200 miles before selling it to the current owner. The condition of the car, as noted by the MOT inspector, is a testament to its well-preserved state.