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  • The Fiat Jolly was a leisure vehicle for the affluent jet set crowd of the late s. Jolly (joker in Italian) was designed by Dante Giacosa for Italia.

    Fiat Jolly technical specifications and data. Engine, horsepower, torque , dimensions and mechanical details for the Fiat Jolly CO2, emis.

    The Fiat is a rear-engine, water-cooled city cars manufactured and marketed by Fiat from to — offered in two-door.

    The first Jollys, which were intended for the resort trade, were built on the two-cylinder Fiat platform and then modified by the Italian coachbuilder Ghia. Powered by the cc 4-cylinder engine and 4-speed manual transmission, it is the perfect get-around car for a provincial area. Unlike the Volkswagen Beetle or Fiat , the Fiat is water-cooled with an ample cabin heater and, while cooling is generally adequate, for high-power modified versions a front-mounted radiator or oil cooler is needed to complement the rear-mounted radiator. Knud Reimers, a Swedish maritime architect, designed Agneta, an foot ketch named after his daughter, which was built in

    Fiat Jolly History, Pictures, Value, Auction Sales, Research and News

    The Fiat Italian: A total of 5 prototypes were built between and , which all differed from each other. Chassis number with engine number is believed to be the sole remaining example, according to a recent report by Quattroruote 's "Ruoteclassiche" vintage division.

    It was powered by an innovative single-cam V2-cylinder engine designed to simplify maintenance and did not feature a clutch pedal.

    At the official launch in , FIAT engineer, Dante Giacosa declared that the aim had been to create something new, both in the interest of progress and simplification. This prototype, however, did not become the chosen design. The car had hydraulic drum brakes on all four wheels. Suspension was a single double-mounted leafspring—which acts as a stabilizer—between the front wheels coupled to gas-charged shock absorbers , and an independent coil-over-shock absorber setup coupled to semi-trailing arms at the rear.

    All models had 3-synchro no synchro on 1st 4-speed transaxles. Unlike the Volkswagen Beetle or Fiat , the Fiat is water-cooled with an ample cabin heater and, while cooling is generally adequate, for high-power modified versions a front-mounted radiator or oil cooler is needed to complement the rear-mounted radiator. All models of the had generators with mechanical external regulators. The car had good ventilation and defrosting systems.

    A year after its debut, in , a soft-top version was introduced, as well as a six-seater variant—the Fiat Multipla. It was a precursor of current multi-purpose vehicles. The millionth was produced in February , less than six years after the car's launch.

    Up to , SEAT were made. The Spanish car maker exported them to a number of countries worldwide. This car motorised Spain after the Spanish Civil War. SEAT produced various derivatives of the original model some of them with improvements and special fittings like the use of "suicide doors": The most interesting version produced between and by SEAT is the SEAT , the sole four-door derivative of the model which received a longer wheelbase.

    It was developed in-house by SEAT and produced exclusively by the Spanish car maker without any equivalent model in Fiat's range.

    The Fiat was also manufactured at Fiat Neckar in Germany between and Presented in a first time as Jagst , in with the release of Fiat D it became Jagst The model was manufactured until the end of , more than , copies.

    It was produced by the Zastava factory in Kragujevac , Serbia , from the early s until , during which time it played a major role in motorisation of the country, due to its affordability. The was built as the Fiat R by Sevel in Argentina from to , with assembly operations also taking place beginning somewhat later in Uruguay by Ayax S. In August , around the same time that the local firm changed its name to Fiat Concord S.

    FIAT 600 Jolly Ghia 1963



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