A rather special 500
You find the regular 500, a bit slow to your liking? We, at Boutsen Classic Cars have the solution for you. Based on a regular blue 1971 500 110F, which provided a modest 22hp and a top speed of 95km/h…
This particular example:
Is based on a regular 110F, which already featured improvements on the earlier models, including a synchronized four-speed manual transmission, improved brakes, and a redesigned dashboard.
But Thierry and his team couldn’t resist to turn it up to 11 by switching to a larger 650cc engine, prepared by none other than D’Angelo, the renown Fiat 500 specialist from Italy. The car features a 5 speed gearbox, so you can bang through the gears like a rally driver.
Double the power
The engine makes a hefty 42hp (double the initial power output of the 110F), which breathes through a twin exhaust. The racing theme continues inside, with a bright red simili interior and outside with the yellow, red and red stripes – reminiscent of Thierry’s own helmet design – which run along each side of the car.
Everything else beside the mechanical changes is pure 110F (the car also comes with its original engine).
Asking Price : 23,000 €