1963 Fiat 600D is a timeless and rare classic beautifully restored. The 600, designed by legendary Italian auto designer Dante Giacosa, was the first of a long line of rear-engine Fiats and inspired derivatives ranging from sports cars, to beach cars, to one of the world's first minivans. The 600 is both more powerful and more rare than its stripped down cousin, the 500, which inspired Luigi in Pixar's Cars movies.
The 600's innovative design features water-cooled inline engine, unibody construction, suicide doors, and efficient space utilization. This tiny car can comfortably seat 4 and includes a 2.3 cubic foot trunk.
Interior and exterior are both in excellent condition, as can be seen from the photos. This 600 can run with a new battery and tune-up, and has 98,962 kilometers (61,324 miles) on it.