1964 Fiat 600 Multipla ‘Jolly’ (LHD)
-Stunning Italian Craftsmanship
-Magnificent in Pale Turquoise
-Hand crafted wicker seats
With some 2.5 million 600/600D Fiats built between 1955 and 1969, the compact, rear-engined saloon proved to be an outstanding success for the Italian company, allowing families to travel in unparalleled style and comfort. Because of this success it was appropriately developed into various other variants, including sporting and competition versions by Abarth. The most exclusive of them all was of course the Jolly variant. Starting from the 500, the Jolly was developed after chairman, Gianni Agneli needed a ‘land dinghy’ to carry aboard his yacht, but reputedly only 400 Jollys in total were manufactured in totally.
This beautiful Fiat 600 Multipla has been restored and reconfigured by the most talented Italian craftsman to exacting Jolly specification. Having been stripped to bare metal, restored and repainted to an astonishingly high standard, it would be hard to find another example in such beautiful condition. Finished in a stunning Pale Turquoise with charismatic hand crafted wicker seats and bright chrome details this truly is an exquisite car.
The details around the car are as stunning as the photographs suggest. Beautiful chrome hubcaps with complementary white wall tyres set the car off beautifully. A fringed beige top compliments the styling of the Jolly, reminiscent of the iconic taxis in Capri designed to ensure all passengers are traveling in complete comfort, ideally through picturesque villages to the bright sun-kissed beaches of the Italian riviera.
Our Jolly is an absolute joy to drive, it has to be one of the cutest and chic cars available today. Seating comfortably 6, 2 up front and 4 inwards facing each other, it will only bring a smile to anyone who is lucky enough to travel in her.
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DISCLAIMER: The odometer figure listed is merely as it reads.