1957 Fiat 500N

• HP: 13hp
• Transmission: 4-speed manual gearbox
• Top speed: 85km/h
• Weight: 499kgs

The original 500
The Fiat 500 N is a two-door city car produced by the Italian manufacturer Fiat from 1957 to 1960. It was the successor to the original Fiat 500 "Topolino" and was designed as a small and affordable car for the masses. The Fiat 500 N featured a rear-mounted, air-cooled two-cylinder engine with a displacement of 479 cc and produced 13 horsepower, which was paired with a four-speed manual transmission.

It had a distinctive rounded body shape with a cloth sunroof and seating for four passengers. The Fiat 500 N quickly became a popular car in Italy and other European countries due to its compact size, fuel efficiency, and ease of use. It has since become a classic collector's item, known for its unique style and historical significance as one of Fiat's most successful models.

This example
This specific model from August 1957, is one of the very first 500 to come off the Fiat production line. The car comes with original libretto and instruction book as well as a parts catalogue.

The car has been fully restored and repainted. The soft top has been replaced and is in good condition. The car comes with the original period stickers, vintage picnic set and foldable seat. The car is matching number: chassis, gearbox and engine.

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