1969 AUTOBIANCHI CONVERTIBLE - 213071 Sold* at Scottsdale 2018 - Lot #169 1969 AUTOBIANCHI CONVERTIBLE http://barrettjacksonimages.azureedge.net/staging/carlist/items/Fullsize/Cars/213071/213071_Front_3-4_Web.jpg
Lot #169   1969 AUTOBIANCHI CONVERTIBLE
Auction Scottsdale 2018
Location Tent 6 C-36
Reserve NO RESERVE
Status Sold
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Lot 169
Year 1969
Make AUTOBIANCHI
Model
Style CONVERTIBLE
*Includes Buyer Commission
Details
VIN 110FB5009231
Exterior Color BLUE
Interior Color TAN
Cylinders 2
Engine Size 600CC
Transmission 4-SPEED MANUAL
Description
Lot #169 - Introduced in the spring of 1957 at the Paris Salon, the Bianchini was the first car to emerge from a union between Bianchi, Fiat and Pirelli. Engineered by Dante Giacosa and designed by the German design house "Bauhof," the original full roll-top sunroof car was essentially a Fiat 500 in disguise. With a body far more luxurious than the 500 it was referred to as the "rich man's Fiat 500." The Cabriolet was introduced in 1960 and would remain in production until 1969, produced in three distinct series. The final iteration, the Cabriolet Series 3F, of which only 2,750 examples were made, benefited from a succession of improvements and refinements to the earlier models. The Bianchina is capable of over 60 mph and has a range of approximately 300 miles. This Cabriolet presented in blue with a brown interior has an older but presentable restoration and benefits from the later Fiat 126 600cc engine and 4-speed manual transmission. **TITLE IN TRANSIT**
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