RM Auctions: old Fiats are quite valuable
Attention to owners and enthusiasts of an old Fiat 500 Giardiniera or 600 Multipla! RM Auctions will soon be auctioning a big collection of Bruce Weiner and estimates that a 500 Giardiniera from 1961 should raise in between 15.000 and 23.000 euros (20.000-30.500 dollars or 12.250-18.750 pounds). In America, small cars still aren’t allowed to have a name. However, the return of Fiat will definitely be of great benefit to the auctioning of these cars of the Microcar Museum in Madison (Georgia).
There are of course more small Italian cars to be auctioned on the 15th and 16th of February. A 600 Multipla from 1960 and an Autobianchi Bianchina Special Cabriolet from 1961, for example. With respectively three and two wheels, there’s also a 50 cc Benelli ‘motocarro’ from 1967 and a Vespa-Messerschmitt 150 from 1957 ready for a new owner. The most valuable motocarro three-wheeler is an Empolini 50 cc from 1968 (picture below). This rare vehicle made by the no longer existing brand for Lombardy should raise in between 11.000 and 19.000 euros. A few Isettas originating from the neighborhood of Milan (Bresso, on initiative of Renzo Rivolta), too, have ended up in this collection.
Empolini in the streets of Milan