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    There are other stores that sell these wheels.
    They are painted in white, green, and blue.

    From my point view, they are the only thing that is really valuable about the Retro.
    You can probably repaint them in another color.

    If somebody looks for a manual car, he can find one for a very good price. Then, he can replace the wheels.
    The Retro cars are pretty expensive.



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    I'd sell mine, but mine's automatic and also has about 85000 miles on it.
    But it's in mint condition. I detailed the interior and exterior myself.
    As usual with the 500s, there are lots of little paint chips though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by map View Post
    Yes $350 to 375. Then hubcaps, $119 to $183 each. The problem still is, Rock Auto has only 3 wheels, and they are black, with the caps in white, blue or green.

    The good news is they don't seem to be charging a core fee to buy wheels. I don't know if Fiat has stopped charging it or if they'll tack it on after the order is placed.
    I wouldn’t put that much change, in a used car. Over $1,400 just for the wheels alone. Plus the hubcaps. $600-700. Then you would have to powered coat them to the correct color to match the car. Lots of cash.

    I remember when the retro was first introduced. A baby blue non turbo,C was sitting on a ride ramp on the dealers lot. My wife really liked it. We really didn’t need any more cars, at the time.

    I would just buy one of those new ones. Automatic, full warranty. For $22K.
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    Looking at the 2018 models, I am glad that I have the 2015 NA 1957 edition.
    The front looks little awkward, and that infotainment area ... black with white surrounds doesn't really do it for me.
    the audio system on the 2015 is really old school, with no outstanding features or anything, but at least it goes along with the whole 1957 retro theme.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koreanadian View Post
    Looking at the 2018 models, I am glad that I have the 2015 NA 1957 edition.
    The front looks little awkward, and that infotainment area ... black with white surrounds doesn't really do it for me.
    the audio system on the 2015 is really old school, with no outstanding features or anything, but at least it goes along with the whole 1957 retro theme.
    I’m not crazy about the new turbo/Abarth front bumper too. I like the original 1957 edition. Very retro. I do like the newer sound systems. Too bad there not the European Mirror edition 7” display, with Apple car play, and Android auto.

    That front bumper, not retro at all...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koreanadian View Post
    I'd sell mine, but mine's automatic and also has about 85000 miles on it.
    But it's in mint condition. I detailed the interior and exterior myself.
    A white steering wheel can't be in mint condition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincenze View Post
    A white steering wheel can't be in mint condition.
    It's still white, lol
    the "leather" pattern is little worn, but I've been wiping it down with interior detailer every couple of weeks, so it's not discolored ... much

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    A individual and 500 Madness, did a retro 57 Abarth 500C, many years ago. The Plaid white blue interior look really good. They did a retro paint job to the Abarth too.

    https://shop.500madness.com/index.ph...llery&album=13





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    There is an official 58 version.
    The white-blue cloth seats will be dirty in no time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by smark View Post
    A individual and 500 Madness, did a retro 57 Abarth 500C, many years ago. The Plaid white blue interior look really good. They did a retro paint job to the Abarth too.

    https://shop.500madness.com/index.ph...llery&album=13





    That exterior blue looks different than the one I have on my car ... maybe it's the sun shining on it

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