Inside the vehicle, you’ll find a classic and elegant ambiance that perfectly captures the essence of its era. The focal point is a beautifully matched wooden steering wheel and gear knob, complemented by a tasteful wood-veneer dashboard – a hallmark of its time. The presence of numerous Pininfarina badges adds a touch of prestige and underscores the car’s Italian design heritage. The seats, crafted from PVC materials, and their coordinating head restraints are true to the period and price category. The door cards remain in excellent condition, as does the all-black carpeting that extends throughout the interior. One of the standout features is the ample space behind the seats, thoughtfully designed to accommodate larger soft luggage bags or other cargo, enhancing the car’s versatility. At the heart of the dashboard, the Becker Europa tuning radio takes center stage, retaining its functionality and adding a vintage charm to the driving experience. Electric windows, while standard for the time, operate at a slightly more leisurely pace compared to modern cars, which is characteristic of many Fiat models from that era. Enthusiasts with an eye for detail will appreciate the discreet after-market choke switch, a thoughtful addition for optimising cold starts. Furthermore, a security-conscious touch is the immobiliser fuel pump switch discreetly positioned just below the passenger side of the dashboard.