The Fiat 500F was released in 1965 along with the 500D which was in production since 1960, adding to the popular Nuova 500 and improving it further. Although they were similar in styling, the D variant was produced with "suicide" doors whereas the F variant had normal yet conventional front hinged doors.
When the 500L was released in 1969, the 500F was sold alongside it as a base model and seen as a more affordable alternative. Improvements in the 500F include a strengthened transmission and a power increase from the 499cc two-cylinder engine to 22bhp, giving it the ability to hit a top speed just shy of 100km/h also thanks to its already compact overall size and weight.
This example is a project left hand drive car which is 90% complete. It does not have papers but presents a blank canvas for someone to complete this project to their requirements
It is on display at the Crossley & Webb showroom in Cape Town until 2pm on Saturday the 12th of September 2020
Contact Gareth or Jeremy for more details: Tel: (021) 462 3558 - E-mail: email@example.com