The Fiat 500 is an enigmatic symbol of Italy. I’ve lost track of the amount of people who say this is their dream car.
I am constantly coming across these cute Italian creations, which are easy to park in cramped car parks all over Italy.
The cinquecento is featured on endless tourist souvenirs from tea towels, t shirts, beach towels and miniature models.
Here is particular open topped model which I saw at an antique fair at Noto, Syracuse.
Small but packed with character.
2 thoughts on “Postcards from Sicily: Fiat 500”
We have a baby blue Fiat 500 in Australia and we love it. The new ones are much bigger than the old ones, but still very cute. In Italy we drive a Toyota Corolla.
That’s funny, you should hunt down a little old Fiat, they are compact but filled with character!
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