Design icon with an Austrian history: sold for € 12.650,-
Pininfarina designed the body for these big coupés. In contrast to the grandiosely overloaded sedans, the two-door models appeared more discreet – but no less elegant. Fiat engineers were permitted to add whatever they felt was good and expensive. The result: An upper-class vehicle with captivating qualities. The exorbitant price and the hopeless lack of prestige made these vehicles a rarity.
This 130 coupé was registered in Hartberg on July 19, 1972. The car was put into storage in 1990. A 130 Coupé fan acquired it in 2000 and restored it extensively. The solid mechanics was serviced. The newly reconditioned permit sticker is proof that the vehicle is ready to drive. The interior was restored in a combination of leather and Alcantra. The embossed roof liner, the instrument panel and the wooden strips are in pristine condition. The body was professionally repaired and painted in the original colour. The original engine compartment and the beautiful condition of the trim are evidence of the solid base. Overall, this is a luxury coupé that still shows off the splendour of the 1970s!
VIN: 130BC001001, mileage: 47.504 km (read), displacement: 3.238 cc V6, gearbox: 3-speed, automatic, colour blue metallic/black, power: 165 HP, papers: Austrian individual permit.