1977 Fiat 127 900L
A very smart example showing just 66,200 miles; few owners; very original - correct wheels included; rare to find and very on-trend
Europe’s best-selling car through most of the 1970s, step forward the Fiat 127. Rare these days – rust, of course – but in the day? Che bella.
This one is a little more bellissima than most with its sharp Rosso paintwork and its later, non-standard OZ alloy wheels (originals in the boot should you so wish).
It has had five owners since it was delivered new through Ouse Valley Motors in Bedford in 1977 and wears its 66,500 miles very well. Clean and smart throughout, we were impressed with the sweet 903cc engine and very sharp interior as we moved it around for the photos.
The file of information includes the book pack including service book (two coupons used) and brochures and price lists. There are some new parts supplied in the boot (note this is a 900L and therefore not a hatchback!!) which include new discs, brake shoes, a new rear silencer and flexi brake hoses etc.
It has had a recent battery and exhaust and is ready to go – with a recent no advisory MOT which expires in November 2022.
Zesty to drive with sure-footed handling, the 127 was a revelation to those who drove one for the first time back in the day. Their sharp styling and surprisingly good spares supply have given them a cult following these days and nice ones, like this, are very few and far between.
For more information – contact email@example.com
* All charges are subject to VAT