For Sale By:Private Seller
Number of Cylinders: 2
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Drive Type: rwd
Middle Village, New York, United States
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THIS IS A FIAT 500 TITLE SAYS ITS A 1957 BUT NOW I TURN IT INTO A 500L. JUST GOT IT PAINTED TO IROVY ANTICO # 234 AND ALSO UNDERCOATED UNDER THE CAR AND PART OF THE INSIDE. ONLY REASON IM SELLING IS DUE TO STARTING A NEW JOB AND HAVING NO TIME TO COMPLETE AND NOW SITS IN THE GARAGE TAKING UP SPACE. SO FAR WHAT I INSTALLED NEW IS...
FRONT SPRING LEAF WITH BRACE
FRONT STUB AXLES
FRONT BRAKES *** (UPGRADED TO DISC BRAKES) ***
SPEEDOMETER *** (I HAVE ONE NEW THAT STARTS AT 3 MILES WHICH IS INSTALLED, OR THE ORIGNAL THAT SAYS 28,500 MILES) ***
PARTS THAT I HAVE NEW FOR CAR WHICH IS STILL NOT INSTALLED IS...
REAR BRAKES *** (UPGRADES TO DISC BRAKES) ***
RIMS WITH TIRES
REAR LIGHTS & LIC. PLATE LIGHT CHROME
REAR CHROME BUMPERS
GAR PEDAL WITH CABLE
CHOKE & STARTER WITH CABLES
GAS TANK WITH FUEL SENDER & S.S. STRAPS
HAND BRAKE CABLE
BRAKE CYCLINDER MASTER WITH BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH
ID TAG WITH THE VIN NUMBER ALREADY DONE
DOOR LIGHT SWITCH
STARTER CABLE FROM BATTERY TO STARTER
GROUND CABLE FROM BATTERY TO CAR FRAME
PARTS THAT I HAVE THAT WERE WITH THE CAR...
ALL SEATS *** (FRONT & BACK, WHICH ARE YELLOW FROM THE OLD COLOR OF CAR)
AIR COVERS INSIDE OF THE CAR FOR THE VENTS
CAR JACK WITH FIAT TOOL KIT
ALL GLASS WITH RUBBER GASKETS
DOOR LOCKS *** (NOT THE OUTSIDE HARDWARE JUST THE INSIDE DOOR MECHANISM) ***
ENGINE BAY COVERS
ENGINE WITH GEARBOX & EXHAUST
FRONT SPRING LEAF
FRONT STUB AXLES
REAR AXLES *** (ONLY RIGHTSIDE) ***
RIMS WITH TIRES
EXTRA PARTS THAT I HAVE ALSO NEW...
REAR & FRONT BRAKES
*** IM NOT SURE IF I MISS ANYTHING I TRY TO TAKE ALOT OF PICTURES PLEASE VIEW PICTURES CAREFULLY LIKE I SAID THIS CAR HAS FRESH PAINT INSIDE OUT ALSO UNDER COATED. THIS CAR IS READY FOR A NEW OWNER I SPENT ALMOST $20,000 FOR EVERYTHING, SHIPPING FROM SICILY TO BRINGING IT TO THIS FAR. MY LOST IS YOUR GAIN I CANT DELIVERY DUE SINCE ITS UNDER CONSTRUCTION I COULD PROVIDE DOLLYS AND WHEELING OUT OF THE HOUSE TO THE STREET. YOU COULD CONTACT ME WITH ANY QUESTIONS AT 646-300-3771 YOU COULD COME AND CHECK IT OUT ANYTIME IF YOU LIVE IN THE AREA , ITS SAD TO LET IT GO BUT I HAVE NO OTHER CHOICE. THIS COLOR IS A BEAUTY ONCE ITS FINISH THIS CAR IS GONNA BE BRAND NEW AND YOU COULD HAVE IT FOR A LONG TIME AND SHOW OFF. I ALSO HAVE TOUCH PAINT FOR THE CAR...
HAPPY BIDDING AND GOODLUCK TO EVERYONE!!!!!
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS BEING SOLD AS-IS WITH NO EXISTING WARRANTY.
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