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1960 Fiat 1100 wagon

Classics  /   /  By Chad Tyson

For fans of the quirky, uncommon, and just plain cute, we present this Fiat 1100 wagon. Its motor has been recently repaired according to the seller, and perhaps more importantly, given the era from which this vehicle comes from, there is said to be no rust on the body or chassis. “All it really needs is a little TLC on the paint and interior.”  That and the rear bumper reattached. It looks to be in serviceable condition throughout, with a clean interior and a few pieces of extra trim.

As this little Fiat is listed as having no title, it is important to research state laws on obtaining one with a bill of sale. And along those lines, it is always helpful to have someone take a first-hand look at a car for you. At the very least, ask the seller all the questions you can think of—the way he answers your questions can tell you as much about the car as the description itself.

It’s relatively rare to find one of these for sale in the U.S.—only four 1100s have been sold on eBay Motors in the past year, with fair to good examples selling for $3k to $5k, depending on condition. Click here to see how this one is doing.

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