Fiat 600 Multipla
The Fiat 600 Multipla was a four-door MPV based on the Fiat 600's drivetrain and Fiat 1100 front suspensions, that sat up to six people in a footprint just 50 cm (19.7 in) longer than the original Mini Cooper and on the same 2 m (78.7 in) wheelbase as the 600 saloon. This had been achieved by moving the driver's compartment forward over the front axle, effectively eliminating the boot but giving the body a very minivan-like "one-box", flat-front look. The car debuted at the Brussels Motor Show in January 1956, and was discontinued in the spring of 1967 to be replaced by the Fiat 850 Familiare. The Multipla name was reintroduced in late 1998 for the Fiat Multipla compact minivan.
Most notably, it was deployed at the San Marino Grand Prix.
Stunning Fiat 600 Multipla
Purchased from a small collection near to Roma
Used for weekend events including films
Partial restoration several years ago
Excellent condition inside and out
Drives extremely well
Ideal for classic car events, weddings or a promotional work