Fiat 600-600d owners

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Fiat 600-600d owners

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Welcome to the forum :)

Sadly i can't recall of a 600 forum user that regularly posts, there are a few 126/500 owners and ex owners that are about though. Get some pics up anyway, i love a good 600 (y)

I used to have a 126 BIS for my first car, so anything retro is a plus (y)
 

bmgtmacon

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I own some 600's. Always looking for spare parts... Have a few as well... You still active on here?
 

Alfons1972

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I just bought a Fiat 600 with sun-roof that had been standing in a garage for about 45 years. It took part in traffic for the last some time before Woodstock Festival was: 1968.

As far as I know it was build in 1960 and has fin Fiat 100 8880xxx
 

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johntz

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Hi new to this site but really keen to chat with others who hav an interest in or even better own a fiat 600-600d
Donald

600 owners are here :D This is my 59 cabrio
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Wanna see a bit more :rolleyes: I just posted to a thread in Readers Rides in the RetroRides.com site. I'm not allowed to put a link on this post because I haven't made 5 posts yet. So you can find it by looking up "1967 Fiat 850 Coupe" .
In the meantime I guess I'll have to get posting .

I'm also new to the site and would like to see more activity for 600 based cars.:)
 

babbo_umbro

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I had a couple of 600s years ago. The first was an early small engined one with front-opening doors and left hand drive; the second was a 600D, which I tuned quite extensively. I can remember quite a bit from working on them, the two models had quite marked differences mechanically.
 

SuperLuigi

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aww yeah-count me in! the 600s are in town

this is my one a 70' 600d, im building it up to 1966 Abarth 850tc berlina corsa spec,i will start build thread soon as its still miles away from being where i want it,hope you like it







 
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SuperLuigi

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oh and this is my inspiration, i finally got to see it in person at middle barton abarth few days back,just epic!-ex works,leo aumuller restored,ex tony berni fettled by middle barton



i want my car close as this as poss but in different period race colours;)
 

babbo_umbro

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aww yeah-count me in! the 600s are in town

this is my one a 70' 600d, im building it up to 1966 Abarth 850tc berlina corsa spec,i will start build thread soon as its still miles away from being where i want it,hope you like it

Love those Cromodora wheels (and the rest of it).
 

PhilippeJ130

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well since most 600 owners are here, here is my project
the one in the front is a zastava 750 for parts, the one in the back is fiat 600
 

kjelldo

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Hi,
I have an Fiat 600 1958 mod for restoration and at the moment i renew bearings on rear weels. I have problem too find torque too tight nut on stub axle
You know anything about this??
Kjell
 

kjelldo

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Misunderstanding..., my problem is what torque too use when I tight up with new bearings:confused:
 

bubblehead

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Greetings all!

I cant post pictures yet, but I just rescued a 65 600d out of a shed........from what I can tell, gathering information about the car is difficult.

The block and chassis numbers match, all the glass is in it, and every panel is gonna need a patch on the lower end. I was told this car came to the states with a Sailor returning from Italy.....the dash is in Italian.

The pulley cover on the engine reads Abarth, but the front badge (which was in a box in the front seat) reads 600........I wonder which one is correct?

The floor pans are good, the seats are good. From what I can tell so far, I got holes where the windows leak. I expect both "cowls"? will need to be worked.......but the car seems straight, no wrecks that I can tell.

With no experience in Fiat, I dont know if this project is something I wanna tackle.........I dont even know what this car is worth. I just saved it from the crusher because I thought it was cool and worth a gamble. Ill get pictures up as soon as I can.

Any thoughts?

Regards,
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