FIAT 1100 SIATA 1961

Fiat 1100 SIATA

Siata (Società Italiana Auto Trasformazioni Accessori) was an Italian car tuning shop and manufacturer founded in 1926 by amateur race car driver Giorgio Ambrosini. Siata initially sold performance parts to modify and tune cars manufactured by Fiat. After World War II, the company began making its own sports cars under the Siata brand until its eventual bankruptcy following the first Arab oil embargo in the mid-1970s.

The Fiat 1100 is a small family car produced from 1953 to 1969 by the Italian manufacturer Fiat. It was an all-new unibody replacement for the Fiat 1100 E, which descended from the pre-war, body-on-frame Fiat 508 C Balilla 1100. The 1100 was changed steadily and gradually until being replaced by the new Fiat 128 in 1969.

Practical advice

From Dolce vita to today, this beautiful wedding car has front engine, rear wheel-drive, four seats, characterized by its iconic lines every angle of its creative features. Accessibility is good and even driving conforteble. Chauffeur driven assistant service is included for this model of car.

Luggage advice

This car has a good load capacity within the rear trunk area. Above the spare wheel and safety/emergency equipment, there is enough space for 3 trolley bags.

Year of production: 1961



Transmission: 4 gears + reverse gear

4 seats