INT. CODE: FIA00180
Black Plate, AL
The car par excellence of the "emerging class" that was preparing to experience the exciting years of the economic boom, the Fiat 1100 presented in 1953, was declined in various models and versions.
The great coachbuilders also realized the potential of this model and decided to transform it, according to their own interpretations, into small custom-built ones.
The technical solutions were the classic ones for the time: rear-wheel drive, front axle with independent wheels, rear axle with rigid bridge and drum brakes on all four wheels.
In the same year the 1100/103 TV (Turismo Veloce) version was launched with an engine upgraded to 48 HP and then reaching 50 HP
This increase in power was achieved thanks to the transmission shaft divided into two parts connected by a joint, a double body Weber carburettor, and a special axle ratio.
To embellish and distinguish this version there was: two-tone paintwork, richer finishes, "tails" on the trunk and the third central light inserted in the grille, which reveals a typical racing spirit of the time.
The Fiat 110 TV was ideal for those who wanted to race with the family car of all groups, in fact, the 1100/103 TVs triumphed in their class in the editions of the 1000Miglia from 1954 to 1957.
Our Fiat 1100/103 TV
- Eligible for the 1000 Miglia
- Original Alessandria black number plates
- Regular documents with pages booklet
- FIVA registered
- Engine no. 165875
- Chassis no. 162196
- Good condition of mechanics and bodywork. There are no traces of rust
- Working original instrumentation
- Engine fully functional
- The interior preserved in very good condition
- Working instrumentation
- Original steering wheel
- Preserved gray cloth seats and door panels.
The car is visible in our showroom in Reggio Emilia, Italy.
For more information please contact:
Petru: + 39 338 6429745
Pellegrino: +39 338 6235648
Alessandro: +39 3398890950
Office: +39 0522 268511
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