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Marca FIAT Tipo di auto Cabrio/Roadster Guida Destra
Modello Tipo 0 Condizione Restaurato Trazione Posteriore
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Anno 1913 KM - Colore Giallo
Marca FIAT KM -
Modello Tipo 0 Guida Destra
Versione Carburante Benzina
Tipo di auto Cabrio/Roadster Trazione Posteriore
Condizione Restaurato Cambio Manuale
Anno 1913 Colore Giallo
Marca FIAT
Modello Tipo 0
Versione
Anno 1913
Tipo di auto Cabrio/Roadster
Condizione Restaurato
Guida Destra
Trazione Posteriore
Carburante Benzina
Cambio Manuale
KM -
Colore Giallo

Descrizione

COD.INTERNO: RDS00048
 

1913 FIAT ZERO 0


La prima auto Fiat venduta in più di 2k esemplari.
Il motore fu disegnato dall’imprenditore Pininfarina, importante figura nel mondo del design automobilistico.
L'origine del nome "Zero" deriva dalla necessità di creare una vettura più piccola ed economica a differenza dei modelli che andavano dall’1 al 6, fu la prima vettura di piccola cilindrata costruita in serie, la prima della Fiat.
Questa esemplare è stato custodito per molti anni in un museo privato.
 

Description

This Fiat Zero del 1913 has an incredibile history, like so many of these veteran cars.
It was found in the Turin area in the 1964 by Domenico Bossotto, an eldery mechanic that he knew the owner because he had often repaired it over the years. Domenico Bossotto knew those cars very well, he drove and adjusted many of them when he did his military service during the war of 15-18.
He restored the car in two years, completely settled the mechanics starting from the chassis and revising it in every detail, including the engine.
Then restored the body and redo the original color at the car, found in the sheet hidden by the body in wood above.
Unfortunately, Bassotto didn’t have the joy of driving the car, nor of hearing the sound of the engine because it was seized by a lethal heart attack.
The widow sold the Zero and for fifty years it was not known where the car ended.
Whoever bought it never turned it around, didn’t show it to anyone.
In 2004 the car was given to Vittorio Serventi, after a set-up and some work done the engine turned perfectly.
Referring to the number of KM traveled, we can think that the car has not finished the break-in.

 

The car can be visited in our showroom in Reggio Emilia, Italy.

For more information please feel to contact me directly and don’t hesitate to ask any question that you may have.
Phone || Petru: + 39 338 6429745
Mail || petru.moldovanu@ruotedasogno.com

 


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