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Those with a current or ongoing desire to own a 1962 Fiat 600 are so advised to take a look at this California raised water-cooled successor to the air-cooled Fiat 500. The great frozen Northeast and accompanying tons of ice dissolving road salt have deleterious effects on any automobile more than a few years old. Classics and near-classics may look only slightly rusty on the outside, but peering underneath the car is akin to watching a live video feed from the undersea remains of HMHS Britannic. The only things missing are the barnacles and colossal squid. Not so with this Fiat, according to the seller.
Here is a 1962 Fiat 600. An original California car that has been in dry storage since 1973. Very solid and dry car!
Dry Fiat is dry. While the California sun bakes interiors out of cars with great dispatch, it is far easier to upholster a few seats than it is to reconstruct a 1962 Fiat 600 from its rusted front transverse leaf spring and half of one corroded damper.
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