FIAT 500 D - YEAR 1962 - FULLY RESTORED - CLASSIC ITALIAN CAR

Price: US $11,000.00 Item location: Masseria Bosco Colombo, Italy
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Fiat
  • Model: 500
  • Year: 1962
  • Mileage: 10,000
  • Color: ACQUAMARINA BLUE
  • Number of cylinders: 2
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Red
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1962 Fiat 500

Fiat 500 D 1962 - FULLY RESTORED --- by Classic Italian CarClassic Italian Car
Via Leuca,1
72023 Mesagne (BR)Italy
Call Us Today(0039) 391 710 7593(Flavio)

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Car completely restored. Perfect in all its parts.With doors opening backwards (a vento).
Mountingequipped with the engine of aFiat 500 R which makes it more agile and easy to drive thanks to synchronized gearbox.
new braking systemnew tiresnew interiorbody restored and repaintednew engineno defect
On request we can mount four white bands on the wheels (price $ 100.00)
The car is located in Puglia - Italy
The cost of shipping the car is not included in the auction and must be paid separately.To pick up your car you can send your own courier. Or I can arrange the shipment
Of course .... if someone is on holiday in Puglia is welcome to take a ride with the 500
Payment must be made by bank transfer or by paypal
For any info please contact me
"To register a car in the UK it first needs to have a British MOT Certificate which testifies to its roadworthiness. You have to also notify the HM Revenue & Customs that the car has entered the UK on a NOVA Submission – this can be found on the website: online.hmrc.gov.uk website. Once the NOVA has been submitted you must insure the car to be driven on British Roads.If the Fiat still has the Italian plates on it, you can use the chassis number to register it for insurance. This will cover the use of the car to drive it to a garage to have the MOT test done. Then you can book an MOT with a local garage.Once the vehicle has passed its MOT, you will be given a certificate of safety. Then you need to complete a V55/5 form which is used to tax the car. For cars of this age, there is normally no charge, but you still have to inform the DVLA (Driver and Vehicle LicenSing Agency) and mark it down as HISTORIC in the Tax Class. This will also register the car for the first time in the UK. You will be given a British Registration Plate that is suitable for the year of the vehicle. Then the car will be considered available to drive."