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1974 Fiat 124 CC Sport

Oldtimer Galerie International GmbH

1974 Fiat 124 CC Sport
Oldtimer Galerie International GmbH
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SH ID

24-0219027

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In Stock

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Switzerland

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Color inside anthracite

 

Steering left

 

Gearbox manual

 

Gears 5

 

Cylinders 4

 

Displacement 1592cm3

 

HP 110

Description

This Fiat 124 coupe of the CC series with its distinctive front was first registered in Italy on the 17th of May 1974. Probably in 2018, the car was imported into Switzerland and registered locally. With it‘s rare “Rosa Etrusco” paint together with an anthracite fabric interior, the sporty little Italian is in very well-maintained original condition. The 1.6 litre 4-cylinder engine with its twin overhead camshafts and 110 horsepower is running perfectly and loves to be revved. The 5-speed gearbox is shifting correctly, and the chassis feels as tight as it should be. The condition of the coachwork and interior would let us assume that the 79’000 kilometres shown are correct. The currently installed Maxilite rims are with a homologation document and the original rims will be supplied for a renewal of the Veteran status. The last Veteran MOT was completed in January 2019.