While not the oldest car in the barn, its lineage to the original 1966 model is evident. Engines grew a bit more powerful over the years- the name changed to the 2000 in 1979 reflecting the new 1995cc motor, however it retained the look and feel of the original 1960's car throughout. The body of the car was made by Pininfarina- the same company behind many of the most beautiful Ferrari's. This car was acquired from a private party in 2019 with about 22,000 miles- making this one of the lowest milage examples I've ever seen. It is in remarkable condition, with even minor trim imperfections having been corrected. My favorite feature is the bell... a real bell that dings when you turn the key to on.
- 4 Cylinder 1995cc Engine
- Made in Turin and San Giorgio Canavese, Italy
- Top Speed of 112 MPH
- 0-60 Time of 10.1
Go vist Wheels of Italy someday- you will see a bunch of them and people to can't wait to tell you about them, and alot of other Italian cars. https://wheelsofitaly.com
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