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Fiat 600 & Fiat 600D


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    Fiat 600 Recommended Tyres


  1. 145 SR 12 Michelin MX
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    145 SR 12 Michelin MX

    Starting at £85.20 £71.00

  2. 520x12 Camac
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    5.20 x 12 Camac

    Starting at £94.80 £79.00

  3. 135TR12 Camac NC80
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    135 R 12 Camac NC80

    Starting at £56.40 £47.00

  4. Michelin 12CG Offset Valve Inner Tube
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    Michelin 12CG Offset Valve Inner Tube

    Starting at £18.00 £15.00


  5. Other Options for Fiat 600 Tyres


  6. 5.20 x 12 B.F.G Whitewall
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    5.20 x 12 B.F.G Whitewall

    Starting at £247.20 £206.00

  7. 145/70 R 12 Pirelli Cinturato CN54
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    145/70 R 12 Pirelli Cinturato CN54

    Starting at £82.80 £69.00

  8. 145/70SR12 Pirelli Cinturato CN54
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    Set of 4 145/70SR12 Pirelli Cinturato CN54

    Starting at £322.80 £269.00

  9. Pirelli 145/70 SR 12 Cinturato CN54
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    Set of 5 Pirelli 145/70 SR 12 Cinturato CN54

    Starting at £396.00 £330.00

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History of the Fiat 600

Fiat 600 Multipla Abarth

Fiat 600 Multipla Abarth

The Fiat 600 is a rear-engined, water-cooled city automobile produced and marketed by Fiat between 1955 and 1969, available in two-door fastback sedan and four-door Multipla compact MPV body designs. It was the first unibody and rear-engined Fiat, being only 3.22 m long.

The Fiat 600, codenamed "Project 100," was based on the layout of the Volkswagen Beetle and Renault 4CV of the time. Aiming to be a cost-effective yet competent vehicle, its design criteria were for a weight of roughly 450 kg, the capacity to transport four persons and baggage, and a cruising speed of no less than 52 mph.

All four wheels were equipped with hydraulic drum brakes. Suspension was a single double-mounted leafspring—which also works as a stabilizer—connected to gas-charged shock absorbers between the front wheels, and an independent coil-over-shock absorber arrangement attached to semi-trailing arms at the rear.


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