This 1971 Fiat 500L is beautiful in its baby blue paintwork (Azzurro Bambino).
Being a 500L (the L stands for Lusso) the car comes as standard with chromed nudge bars and an updated dashboard.
It was restored in Italy and their work on the car is superb, all the floors and wheel arches appear to have never been welded, and a lot of effort was made to replicate the factory spot welds.
It also has an extremely straight body shell and the attention to detail persists throughout the car, with the door-cards and fragile door-pockets looking as though they have just been fitted.
The upholstery has a showroom-fresh appearance and the sun-roof looks as though it has never been out in the rain.
Also has a low mileage of 67,172.
Mechanically the car is all standard, the engine bay contains the 499cc twin air-cooled engine coupled to a four-speed non-synchro gearbox (double de-clutching adds to the fun of driving a 500). The 18 bhp engine is good enough to bring you upto speeds of close to 70mph! You may also expect a fantastic 50mpg at the same time.
The V5C and handbook are supplied.