As a rare variant of the popular Fiat 1100, the TV Pininfarina Coupé was debuted to the world at the Paris Motor Show in 1953. Pininfarina handled the construction from 1954 to 1957 during which only 126 sports-Coupé's were produced. The engine was upgraded to a power output of 53 HP (13 HP more than the standard Fiat 1100) and a top speed of 135 Km/h. In those years, thanks to the capable driving skills of Luciano Ciolfi, this model captured the Italian Touring Championship. Restored in 2009 by a Belgian Fiat-Abarth specialist, this elegant and rather unusual 1100 Turismo Veloce with Pininfarina Coupé coachwork was fully prepared for and registered at the 2009 Mille Miglia for a Belgian top-politician. At this event the 1100TV performed faultlesly and demonstrated convincingly her top-quality condition. Still wearing proudly all the Mille Miglia event stickers on her gleaming black Coupé coachwork, this particular 1100 TV demonstrates her very sound and properly restored condition. The interior is very attractive with a comfortable two-tone cream and blue 1-piece with arm-rest front seat and a neat dashboard with 2 clocks (Speedo to 150 Km/h.) + oil & temperature gauge and a twin tripmaster. The engine bay shows the famous 1100 4-cylinder engine tuned in 'Ermini'-style with aluminium cylinderhead and cover and big 2-stage Weber carburettor. This 1100TV is also fitted with sporty 15 inch Dunlop wire wheels. The car comes with Belgian registration documents and FIVA passport.
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