In 1965 the Pininfarina design was not only brilliant
but timeless. This particular design was particularly
successful for Pininfarina, versions of this design
were used with 3 different manufacturers, Fiat
Peugeot and Ferrari. The fiat was the one with the
greatest numbers built and in my opinion the
proportions were the best on the Fiat.
The car is an European market red colored 1965 Fait
1500 Spider two-door cabriolet serial
#118K043937(taken from the cowl serial stamping
visible below the hood) The original serial data plate,
that would also contain the car’s engine number and
paint code, is no longer present but its mounting
The Odometer reading is 80,227 Kilometers. The car
is “good” overall condition. The paint is an older
respray that still presents well but has several
blemishes and some minor damage. The body does
not show evidence of previous repairs and some
cracking and blistering has developed. The interior
is in good condition. The original style engine is in
good running condition. Both front fenders are in
generally fair good condition. There are no dings or
dents on either fender. The side maker lights are in
aged original condition as the Pininfarina emblems.
The inside of both wheel wells is in aged
undercoated condition. Some minor rust damage is
seen at the bottom rear of driver’s side.
The chrome front bumper and over riders are in
aged original condition. The running lights are also
in aged original condition. The headlights are
desirable original Carello European market
07.485.700 sealed beams that are in good
Both doors are in generally good condition. No dings
The rear of the car is in generally good condition.
The chrome bumper and over riders are in aged
original condition with no dings or dents. The
original “Fiat 1500” emblem is no longer present.
The trunk lid is in generally good condition with no
dings or dents. The rubber liner is aged.
The black vinyl convertible top has been replaced.
Both the trim piece and convertible top frame is
The car is equipped with four original steel rims that
have been powder coated. This car is fitted with a
1481 c.c. 80H.P. four-cylinder liquid-cool engine
mated to a five-speed manual transmission. The
engine serial number is 115.005.413105. This is a
correct Fiat 1500 engine and is to be the car’s
original. The original Five speed manual transmission
is reportedly in good working condition.
The car’s interior is in generally good condition. The
driver’s side vinyl bucket set does have a seam split
on its top section. The passenger side is in good
condition. The carpet is an aftermarket replacement.
The door panels are in good condition. The center
console is in aged condition. The dash face has its
original combination water temperature gauge and
fuel gauge, a clock and a European market 180 kn/h
speedometer. The dash has been cut for a modern
radio Mount included and box speakers are mounted
to the rear parcel tray. The period three-spoke E.
Nardi signature steering wheel is in good original
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