Timeless elegance and open-top driving fun are part of the instant appeal of this 1978 Fiat 124 Spider. And since this stylish drop-top classic is offered for an affordable price, you know it's one irresistible package. It's easy to fall in love with a classic Italian bombshell like this one. The twin bulges in the hood and sleek body lines from the famed Pininfarina design house have always made these look more expensive than their price ever suggests. The attraction is also heightened by an investment in a more recent application of metallic burgundy. It just seems like the right color for a passionate Italian classic that you want to see radiate in the sunshine. Complete trim, good rubber, and a newer convertible top are all part of what makes this one look like a quality vintage machine. So while the value price on this car can leave room in your budget for upgrades/updates/personalization, this is an attractive drop-top from day one. The upholstery is part of the more recent investment that has happened in the last couple of years. The fresh red bucket seats look vibrant, and it looks absolutely stylish with the white inserts and contrast piping. Plus, with the door panels and occasion-use rear seats done to match, you have a comprehensive and cohesive appearance. It makes the interior look particularly impressive, and it gives you a great reason to take down the roof and share this one with the world. There's a classic look all-around - from the AM/FM radio to the wood-like trim. You get a classic Fiat sport steering wheel, an attractive shifter, and crisp Veglia instruments have that ideal Italian elegant simplicity. The engine is what makes this Italian so desirable. Fiat's twin-cam engine is a longstanding powerhouse that is known for being exceptionally versatile. The 1800cc unit produces a wonderful sound throughout its rev range that is the reason many of us have a passion for driving. This has even been given a new exhaust so you hear this tone crisp and clear. The five-speed manual transmission gives you firm control over this symphony. But, it wasn't just the engine that made these Fiat 124 Spiders great. These are tight handling cars with well-balanced suspensions that love backroads. And the four-wheel power disc brakes give you better stopping power than most other 1970s machines. Big style, big driving fun, and a little price - this is the Italian drop-top you've been waiting for, but it would wait long for you. Call today!