Fiat 600

Fiat 600D
1967 Fiat 600D
Original Price: $1,235
Average Auction Sale: $14,410
Chassis Profiles
Fiat 600D
1966 Fiat 600D
Original Price: $1,240
Average Auction Sale: $7,810
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Fiat 600
1960 Fiat 600
Original Price: $1,400 - $1,900
Average Auction Sale: $22,268
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Fiat Jolly 600
1960 Fiat Jolly 600
Original Price: $1,395 - $1,465
Average Auction Sale: $96,400
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Fiat 600 Multipla
1959 Fiat 600 Multipla
Original Price: $1,660
Average Auction Sale: $33,484
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Fiat 600
1959 Fiat 600
Original Price: $1,400 - $1,460
Average Auction Sale: $15,508
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Fiat Jolly 600
1959 Fiat Jolly 600
Original Price: $1,395 - $1,465
Average Auction Sale: $64,013
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Fiat 600 Multipla
1958 Fiat 600 Multipla
Original Price: $1,590
Average Auction Sale: $35,203
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Fiat 600
1957 Fiat 600
Original Price: $1,300
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Fiat 600 Multipla
1957 Fiat 600 Multipla
Original Price: $1,600
Average Auction Sale: $127,340
Chassis Profiles
The Fiat 600 was a small and inexpensive automobile that was easy to produce. It was introduced to the public at the Geneva Motorshow in 1955. The automobile was capable of transporting up to six individuals. During its production lifespan lasting from 1955 through 1969 nearly 2.7 million examples were produced.

The introductory saloon model featured two doors and four seats. The base engine was a 633 cc water-cooled four-cylinder power-plant capable of producing nearly 22 horsepower. The engine was located behind the rear seats and drove the rear wheels. The suspension was independent and featured monocoque construction. A four-speed manual gearbox with cable operated clutch was standard. The combined dry weight of the vehicle was just over 580 kg.

The following year two more versions were introduced, the Multipla and a version with a full-length canvas roof. The Multipla had three rows of seats and could accommodate up to six people. The four back seats could be folded into the floor, exposing a large cargo area.

In 1960 the 600D was introduced and featured a 767 cc engine now rated at nearly 30 horsepower. Various aesthetic and mechanical improvements were added. In 1964 the front doors were now hinged and in 1965 the 600D received a larger fuel tank and new headlights.

The Fiat 600 helped mobilize the entire Italian country and is considered an economical phenomenon.
By Daniel Vaughan | Apr 2008
Fiat Models

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