In response to the post-war European economic difficulties, Fiat designed a two-door four-seater economy car Nuova 500 with a length of less than 3 meters. The Nuova is Italian language meaning New. It was launched in 1957 with a rear engine and rear-wheel drive. It is equipped with a 479c.c. two-cylinder air-cooled engine with 13 horsepower. The original 500 used the "suicide door" and the 500 F began to use the traditional front hinged door in 1965. The first generation 500 was discontinued in 1975, during which a total of 3,893,294 units were produced, which laid the status of "Italian National Car". This small 500 we use one year to rebuilt chassis, suspension, engine, roofing system, gearbox.
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