Fiat’s history is not only about mass produced utilities and saloons, it is also rich with a whole series of glorious sports coupés and roadsters. This particular car category includes vehicles like the splendid 1933 Balilla 508 Spider, the first Fiat sports car of the modern era, the 1947 1100 S, the 8V and the 1100/103 TV of the Fifties. The subsequent 20 years also produced a wealth of such cars, among them the elegant 1200, 1500 and 1600 cabriolets bodied by Pininfarina, as well as the doughty 2300 S by Ghia, the fascinating 850 Coupé and Spider and the unforgettable 124 Sport and Dino, both of which were made in open and closed versions. The book reaches the latest cars such as the Barchetta, the Coupé and the Punto Cabrio, and is illustrated with attractive colour and black and white material, including detailed technical specification of every car.
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