Fiat 500 L “110 F Berlina 500” 1970, brick red colour, beige leather interior, leather dashboard.
The FIAT Nuova 500, better known (improperly) as the FIAT 500, is a super-utility car from the Turin company, produced from July 1957 to August 1975 and, in the Giardiniera version, until 1977.
Given the success of the 500 F, FIAT decided to make substantial aesthetic changes to the small car, to make it more refined and "luxurious".
Then, in August 1968, the 500 L was born. The most evident difference is the adoption of chromed pipes to reinforce the bumpers (the so-called Ercolino system), to offer the smallest car in Italy greater protection in parking lots or in urban traffic.
List price in September 1968: 525,000 lire.