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Sunday, June 3, 2012

Fiat 500


Washington, DC--Not being so common around here it is always fun to run into one of these great little Fiat 500. Couldn't help to get the shot. Maybe VP from Livorno Daily Photo can tell us the year.

Luis Gomez Photos

21 comments:

-K- said...

Damn - his head fills up the entire windshield.

Julie said...

Drop dead gorgeous. But not a lot of protection in a prang!

Eyeliquor said...

:)) Cool shot!

Bitch said...

Memories...

Revrunner said...

I can't ever remember seeing one of these HMV tags in the District. A pretty practical little car for the city.

Joe said...

Cute but I couldn't drive one myself. Think my head would touch the roof.

strandskatan said...

Cool shot! :)

Marty said...

funny ! I had a white one !!(my first car) have a nice week luis

VP said...

It is not so easy, they made them until 1975, but this one looks an older model, even if very well kept.

Randy said...

That would be a fun ride.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

So cute, but sooo small, that man looks way too big for that car, it should be mine haha!

Cloudy said...

I like it, and it´s place for 4 people...

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joo said...

It's such a cute little car!

Bibi said...

I still see a lot of these in Belgrade! :<)

I dream lo-tech said...

I wouldn't mind owning that Fiat 500!

Fábio Martins said...

This is history about fiat :)

Avtoprokat said...

I am so glad i found your site. Fantastic photos - thank you!!

Laura Delegal - Leroy Photography said...

Cute. I saw a small red, similar-looking one on the highway yesterday. I drive 120 miles a day, so my first thought was, "I'd be beat up by the end of the day if I drove something like that." :)

Leovi said...

Uno parecido a este fue el primer coche de mi padre, un Seat 600.

Carraol said...

Todo un hallazgo, me imagino ya tiene categoria de clásico, en ocasiones son mas caros que los nuevos. Nunca se vieron estos en Mexico. Gracias por preguntar, afortunadamento no huesos rotos, solo magulladuras, raspones y partes hinchadas. Saludos

James said...

Very cool! :)