This next car isn’t a Fiat 600. And the photographs aren’t in Brooklyn. Forgettaboutit. I’ve been to Brooklyn (my Pops grew up playing stickball in the streets of Red Hook) and while the graffiti in the background is not unusual, there is nary a patch of green grass nor a Connecticut style barn for miles around. Maybe the pictures were taken somewhere Upstate (or perhaps in New Jersey) because the seller was certain that the car would be stolen if he stepped far enough away to get a good full frame beauty shot. Anyway, with that out of the way, the car is a Zastava 750, which was a Fiat 600 built under license in Yugoslavia back from 1955 through 1985. Find this 1983 Zastava 750 offered for $14,000 in Brooklyn, NY via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
If we’re talking two-stroke street bikes, it’s inevitable that the Kawasaki H2 will come up. The H2 Mach IV 750, a.k.a the “Widow Maker” was Kawasaki’s entry into the 750cc big bike derby in the early 70’s. Think of the other bike makers with their 4 stokes and liquid cooling as Fleetwood Mac. Kawasaki with […]
The Moretti Motor Company was a Turin, Italy based automobile manufacturer that opened its doors in 1925 and survived until 1989 on various small car and truck projects. In the 1950s Moretti used fiat mechanical bits for their cars, but somehow the idea of a pretty Fiat for a few extra dollars (lira?) sounded good […]