Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Hope Springs Infernal? 1970 Fiat Siata Spring

This next car comes as a tip from Eloquaint who writes: Who needs a Miata when you can have something that will kill you in a crash, has half the power and is much less reliable to boot?  Yes, that is indeed a good question and the answer is...anybody who wants something that is different.  Find this 1970 Fiat Siata Spring offered for $3,500 in Fauquier County, VA via craigslist.

 From the seller:

1970 Siata Spring 
condition: fair 
cylinders: 4 cylinders 
drive: rwd 
fuel: gas 
title status: clean 
transmission: manual 
type: convertible 
Siata Spring built in Italy on Fiat 850 running gear, only about 3100 made 300 or so are still left. bought it for my wife and I to restore but after getting it home found out were too old to get in and out of it! does run but fuel tank has very old gas, tires bad, Int seats bad, been sitting in a garage for many years. would be a fun project for a younger person that has the time to bring it back on the road. you can Google the car to see the history of it as well as all the info on the car. have title, 28k on car

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1 comment:

  1. Its like a combo between an Austin America & a fiat 850 with some Morgan dna. Probably would make a great summer ice cream sales vehicle.


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