Exceptionally well cared for car. Long term owner took a rust free example and did a complete restoration. The body was completely stripped and repainted. All new door and hard top seals. 1500cc engine was completely rebuilt. Resurfaced flywheel. New clutch and brakes. Rebuilt brake calipers with new hoses and fluids. New clutch cylinder and hoses. Transmission was inspected and resealed with new fluid. New radiator. All new vacuum hoses. Interior seats were professionally reupholstered. Dozens and dozens of parts were replaced during the restoration. VIN: 128AS1 0117648 chassis number. Engine: 138 AS 040. Identification Number: A0112930. Finished in Black Metallic paint (code 813). Complimented with black and tan interior vinyl combination. RCA AM/FM stereo radio. Odometer reads 83,200 miles. Tires: Kumho Solus radial 155/80 R12 70T. 5 speed manual transmission. Removable hard top. Surprising amount of leg room and easy shifting and performance. Here's some history about this Fiat: "The Fiat X1/9 is a two-seater mid-engined sports car designed by Bertone and manufactured by Fiat from 1972-1982 and subsequently by Bertone from 1982-1989. With a transverse engine and gearbox in a mid-mounted, rear-wheel drive configuration, the X1/9 was noted for its balanced handling, retractable headlights, lightweight-removable hardtop, front and rear-storage compartments — and for being designed from its conception to meet the late 1960s U.S. safety regulations....In 1979 U.S. cars received increases in displacement to 1,498 cc and five-speed transmissions, with max power up to 67 hp (50 kW). The 1979 U.S. cars retained the previous emission controls. Model years 1980 and 1981 saw a transition from carburetion to Bosch L-Jetronic fuel injection, with the changeover coming in 1980 for cars sold in California and a gradual changeover for "federal" cars from late 1980 to 1981 model years. The combination of fuel injection (FI), a catalytic converter and unleaded gasoline allowed these cars to meet California's and later federal emission standards. Fuel injected cars were rated at 75 hp (56 kW). In 1979 U.S. X1/9s also received both exterior and interior revisions including integrated bumpers front and rear, as well as new front grilles and airdams. The instrument panel and dash redesign moved the heating and ventilation controls from the center console up to the main dash, relocated the radio into the center dash area, moved the fuse panel from the area above the driver's left knee to the area above the passenger's footwell where the glovebox was, and moved the glovebox atop the dash."
1979 Fiat X1/9 - $10,500
|VIN||128AS1-0117648 Chassis Number|
|Tires||Kumho Solus radial 155/80 R12 70T.|
|Upholstery||New black and tan vinyl seats and door panels.|
|Door Panels||Tan Vinyl|
|Headliner||Removable Black Hardtop|