• There are not many of the small bumper 124 Sport Spiders around. This one is definitely a project – but appears to be a nice restoration candidate. As long as the shock towers are not damaged it would be worth the effort to restore this car instead of parting it out never to be seen again. There are plenty of parts for these cars available – Auto Ricambi, Midwest Bayless, International Auto Parts, Allison's Automotive, Spider Point, Vick's Auto Sports – to name a few. There is even a comprehensive forum for the 124/2000 Fiats – FiatSpider.com.

    • Dee Kay — I agree that this car looks to be restorable, and a lively enthusiast forum like fiatspider.com is key to picking the right vintage car for a project. Much more lively enthusiast base than say a Saab 99.
      -Vince E-i-C.

  • If the doors open and close and can't be pulled up and down enough to break them off of rusted A-pillars then it's restorable, if you can't see through the floors or the trunk then it's economically restorable, it's the right year pre-bumper, pre-serious-smog, and for us Californians pre-1976.)

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