1967 Ferves RangerT
he Italian based Ferves Company, which referenced (FERrari VEicoli Speciali), introduced their first automobile at the Turin Motor Show in 1966. Production would continue until 1970. The compact Ferve vehicles were based on the Fiat 500 and powered by a rear-mounted 499cc two-cylinder inline engine. Although having a small footprint, they were versatile, with seating for up to four occupants, or could be ordered as a cargo version with a carrying capacity of 300 kg. Two-wheel and four-wheel drive options were available. They had a very low gear ratio which added to its off-road persona.
The Ferves Ranger was a compact off-roader with a design by Carlo Ferrari. It used the engine from the Fiat 500 and offered 18 horsepower. The all-independent suspension was from the 600D.
During the production lifespan of the Ferves Ranger, approximately 600 examples were produced and it is believed that fewer than 50 remain. All were Left Hand Drive.by Daniel Vaughan | Dec 2019
Chassis Num: FVS 0387
This Ferves Ranger is finished in yellow and has a folding top that snaps into place. It has a rear-mounted spare and has been under the care of a dedicated owner. There are only minor signs of use.....[continue reading]