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1970 Fiat 850 Spider



1970 Fiat 850 Spider

UK registered in April 2017 with all duties and taxes paid by the vendor. We consider ourselves very fortunate to be able to offer this superb, desirable Italian thoroughbred that, whilst on display, has generated more interest than any other sports car currently in stock. 

Styled by Bertone, it certainly puts an MG Midget very much in the shade.

Obviously finished in Racing Red with contrasting duo tone velour upholstery. It benefits from hard and soft tops, thin band whitewalls, period radio, etc.

Exempt MOT and free road tax. 

A must for the sports car collector looking for something different.

We are open 7 days a week here at Thornton Le Dale for pre-sale viewing, although a quick phone call prior to travelling is advised.

Don't forget. We personally collect FREE of charge around 90% of all our auction vehicles.

So, if you have a vehicle which you would like us to re-home.... just make the call. 01751 474455

Thank you.


  • Lot Number: 34
  • Year: 1970
  • Make: Fiat
  • Model: 850 Spider
  • Registration: EGU697H
  • Engine Size: 903
  • Current Milometer Reading: 66,000
  • Estimate: £7000 - £8000
  • Saturday 9th February 2019

    • 09-02-2019
    • 10:00

    Our first  Auction of 2019 is to be held on Saturday 9th February 2019

    We already have a number of memorabilia lots and a large selection of vehicles consigned!

    To enter a vehicle, please call us or alternatively send an email and remember to telephone before travelling with any potential entry.

    Any vehicle which has failed to find a new home at one of our Auctions will be listed on our website as 'remains available' for a buy now option and can be  purchased up until two weeks before the next Auction.

    All items must be offered through an Auction sale before a buy now option is available. 

    Please telephone if you are interested in any vehicle 01751 474455

    *Our standard T&C's + charges apply on all 'Buy Now' post auction purchases.


    Memorabilia starts at 10am with vehicles following at 12pm.

    The auctioneer aims to sell approximately 30 to 40 lots per hour.