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    4 years ago. My friend Boris, owner of 500 madness. Showed me his vintage 500 Abarth. On the sales floor. This car was nicely done. I believe for sale too.


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    Front view of the small vintage 500 Abarth. I prefer this car, over the 600. The shape of the 600 does nothing for me. Even in Abarth form.


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    Quote Originally Posted by smark View Post
    Front view of the small vintage 500 Abarth. I prefer this car, over the 600. The shape of the 600 does nothing for me. Even in Abarth form.

    One could easily make the argument that the look of the 600 is an acquired taste. BUT -- once you feel the sting of the Abarth Scorpion, it's easy to overlook the cosmetics.
    I spent most of my money on fast cars, guitars and pretty women. I somehow managed to waste the rest of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smark View Post
    Front view of the small vintage 500 Abarth. I prefer this car, over the 600. The shape of the 600 does nothing for me. Even in Abarth form.

    If you look closely, that is a Fiat 600 based car. Like this one:



    http://www.fiat500usa.com/2012/07/fi...0s-visits.html

    This is a Fiat Abarth 500 car:



    http://www.fiat500usa.com/2009/03/fi...e-abarths.html

    This is a better look (even though it is technically a Fiat Abarth 695, it is based on the Fiat 500)



    This talks a little about the old 695 series: http://www.fiat500usa.com/2014/03/ex...to-debuts.html

    The "US" spec 500 had these sealed beams added on in a separate light pod. These are pretty rare as they were not officially imported into the US:



    The 600 is a bigger car and more practical in many ways. The next step up is the Fiat 850 series.
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    Identifying a vintage 500 or 600 can be a little tricky at first as the cars are pretty rare and if you aren't used to seeing them. Here are a few telltales that will make it easier.

    From the front, the easiest way to tell a Nuova 500 from a 600 is the 500 has the clamshell hood. Look for the hood seam that runs along the whole top part of the front section.



    The 600 series below has the smaller hood opening that runs between the bulbous front fenders.



    From the side the 600 has the kink in the rear side window:



    A better shot of the rear window kink



    The rear window on a Nuova 500 doesn't have the kink and follows the beltline:




    For the rear, it may be a little more subtle to tell, but the 600 has vents that run almost the full height of the engine cover:




    The 500's vents are smaller and run about half the length of the hood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiat500USA View Post
    Identifying a vintage 500 or 600 can be a little tricky at first as the cars are pretty rare and if you aren't used to seeing them. Here are a few telltales that will make it easier.
    Funny... I've always just looked at the location of the door handle / hinge. Is that not a consistent tell?

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    This new 600 concept rendering from years ago. Looks nice. It’s a shame it will never materialize.

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    A modern four door version, would have been prefect choice. Room for 4 passengers. Actual better looking, then the contemporary Mini Cooper 4 door.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smark View Post
    Actual better looking, then the contemporary Mini Cooper 4 door.
    Ugh, don't get me started on that car. A wagon with an awkward roof chop for people too insecure to buy the correct 4-door MINI.

    I like that 600 concept a lot, with the exception of the Juke banana slug lights on the bonnet. =P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ando View Post
    Funny... I've always just looked at the location of the door handle / hinge. Is that not a consistent tell?

    No, they changed the opening of the door handle to meet regulations, so I wouldn't go by that. Early 500 with front opening door below:



    Late model Fiat 500 with rear opening door below:

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