Autobianchi Stellina 1963 Design Interior Exterior Car

The Autobianchi Stellina is a little bug (a back engined cabrio) from the Italian automaker, Autobianchi (an amusement of the Fiat bunch), off the rack for me and my shadow two ages, 1964 and 1965. It depended on the mechanicals of the undercarriage Fiat 600D, for all that had a limitless unibody method, by for the most part recounted the before boards committed of fiberglass stuck on plastics, in view of a let the sun sparkle in casing. It was the sooner Italian pickup commonly a fiberglass greatest cut of the cake,[3] and such of the sooner on the planet. Controlled by Fiat 600D’s back mounted, water-cooled 767 cc straight-4 iron steed, conveying 29 hp (22 kW), the Stellina had pack brakes on each of the four wheels.

With lovely styling penned by Luigi Rapi, the Stellina was as an issue of decision exhibited as a model at the 1963 Turin Motor Show, and went on balls in air a year later by the greater part of a value fish of at the purpose of a million lira. Just 502 Stellinas were made meanwhile generation stopped in 1965, when Fiat put into space an, up to a specific point bigger, reminiscent Fiat 850 Spider.

The Autobianchi Stellina is a reduced Spider, taking into account the case of the Fiat 600D. The pickup has a vast glassfiber advantage based on a cheer frame. It was the sooner Italian auto by the entire of a glassfiber body. Just 502 were manufactured. This is a 1963 Autobianchi Stellina, in supportive and awesome condition. The greatest cut of the cake has white copy joined by all of wire wheels. The auto has dark leatherette inside. It has the watercooled 767 CC 4 cyl iron stallion in the fortify with a 4 encourage manual gearbox. Drives incredible. So an awesome and in fact uncommon Italian convertible.

Auto has Holland proposal and Holland adage/tuv. Simple to append a date to in aside EU nation. You don’t has an enthusiasm for to go to an assention any importtaxes. We can help with transport.

Autobianchi Stellina 1963 Design

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