Fiat 1100 – Giorgio Nada Editore italian text.
In the history of the automobile there is probably no displacement that is so closely identified with a car as in the case of the Fiat 1100. For more than thirty years, if we also consider pre-war production, the “Millecento” has been the emblem of the car for the average Italian family, able to comfortably carry four people with extremely low operating costs. Proverbial remained the sturdiness and reliability of its engine, an authentic strength of the 1100, moreover so versatile that, despite its fundamentally quiet nature, countless sporting developments can be obtained from it. The volume traces the history of this unforgettable car from 1953, the year of the debut of the New 1100/103, to the end of the 1960s when the 1100 R, as always available in a sedan or family version, closed the technical and industrial history of that glorious model. . To tell the story is the expert Alessandro Sannia who also makes use of over 250 images in black and white and in color. The technical data sheets and the traditional short guide to restoration complete this latest title in the series.