Few cars epitomize fun more than the fanciful Fiat Jolly. This 1968 Fiat Jolly was refurbished in France prior to US importation, and shows just over 7,100 kilometers, which is believed to reflect kilometers post-restoration. Like most Jollys produced after 1962, this one is a conversion based on a Fiat 500 and is powered by a 500cc two-cylinder engine. Seating for four ensures you can take your friends on a jaunt around your favorite beach-town and its small size makes parking easy. This car is meant for fun-in-the-sun and its new owner should enjoy it as such.
|Location||Smyrna, Georgia 30080|
|VIN / Chassis||1961167|
|Mileage||7,150 Kilometers - TMU|
|Exterior Color||Off White|
|Title Status||Clean (Florida)|
|Loan Status||No loan|
Originally delivered in France, the Jolly conversion and subsequent refurbishment of this example were also performed there. According to the seller, the car was imported to the US several years ago, whereupon it was serviced, and the refurbishment was freshened. Approximately 100 kilometers have been added by seller since purchase in October 2019.
The Jolly was typically based on a Fiat 500 and powered by an air-cooled, 500cc two-cylinder engine paired with a 4-speed manual transmission. The original Fiat 500 Jolly was penned and produced in limited numbers by distinguished Italian coachbuilder Ghia beginning in 1958. Despite its basic nature, the Jolly quickly gained acceptance by the wealthy and famous. Owners reportedly included shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis, Princess Grace of Monaco and Elvis Presley. Subsequently, many more Jollys – including this example – were produced by other builders. The Jolly's defining characteristics are its modified bodywork, cut-down windshield, and fringed fabric top.
The seller claims that this Jolly was recently serviced, however receipts are not included in the sale.
The seller states there is an "inclusion" on the plexiglass windscreen, however an image is not present at this time. In addition, wear is present on the driver seat, an image of which is shown in the imperfections and main galleries.
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