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Fiat 130 Coupé Automatic
Price: EUR 29,900
Sale on behalf
Located in Hamburg, DE
Mileage 49,500 km.
First registration August 1972
Fuel type Petrol
Horsepower 165hp
Gearbox Automatic
H/TÜV - HU/AU February 2025
Exterior colour grey
Interior brown (velor)

Sales Contact: 

Emil Pourkian
Mob.: +49 17676 857551

We speak:

German, English, Azerbaijani,
Turkish, Farsi, Russian

The Fiat we are offering is an original Fiat 130 Coupé Automatic in the colour combination grey on beautiful brown velor seats. The car is part of a small but fine collection in Hamburg and has been extensively restored over the last few years while keeping the patina of the interior alive.


The coupé was based on the floor assembly of the Fiat 130 saloon presented in March 1969, but had a completely independent body designed by Pininfarina. The sleekly designed coupé is considered restrained and timeless. For this reason, the car counts as a milestone of automotive design and is now a coveted and, above all, rare collector's item.


The special features include:


- 3.2l engine with 6 cylinders

- Automatic gearbox

- Full brown velor interior with original wood

- Former owner Auto Bild Klassik Co-Founder

- Original signature by Mr. Pininfarina himself

- Becker Mexico + Blaupunkt Radio

- Electric windows in the front

- Rear blind rear window

- One of only 4,493 Fiat Coupés

This Fiat 130 Coupé was once owned by Bernd Wieland, the visionary behind Axel Springer's Auto Bild Klassik. Wieland's illustrious career began in 1988 at auto motor und sport. He ascended to the role of managing editor by 1996 and became the editor-in-chief of Motor Klassik in 1999, before being appointed deputy editor-in-chief of auto motor und sport in 2004. In April 2006, Wieland transitioned to Axel Springer AG, where he served as Editor-in-Chief of Auto Bild, and by 2007, he also helmed Auto Bild Klassik. During his tenure, this vehicle was a trusted companion on many journeys and was even presented to Pininfarina himself, who left his mark by signing the sun visor.

Furthermore, the Fiat underwent extensive bodywork, as shown in the accompanying pictures. Documents from Italy, including the registration by the "Ministro dei Transporti" are also available. In addition to the new paintwork, care was taken to preserve the authenticity of the interior. This is why there is slight wear and tear on the seats, which is appropriate for the car's age. The next oil service is due soon and can also be carried out on request.


If you are looking for a design icon in the silhouette of a Ferrari 400, who values originality instead of owning a freshly painted museum piece, you will find what you are looking for in this model.


Viewings can be arranged by appointment. The vehicle is being sold on behalf of a customer and is still registered. Test drives are possible on request.

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