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Sold
16.9k

1988 Fiat Panda 4x4 Sisley

Description
Location
Italy, Milan
Make
FIAT
Model
Panda
Series
4x4
Submodel
Sisley
Registration Country
Italy
Year
1988
Mileage
135.000

Fiat Panda 4x4 "Sisley" The first series of the Panda, designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, is a highly successful vehicle made by Fiat. This success is due to its versatility, the Panda is in fact suitable for all purposes, even more so in its 4x4 version, born in 1983 and the result of a collaboration with Steyr-Puch. The Austrian company made the Panda an unstoppable vehicle, thanks to its part-time four-wheel drive and the shortened first gear ratio it could climb where many other off-road vehicles can't. The Sisley, released in 1987, is the best-equipped version of the Panda 4x4, much appreciated by collectors for its velvet interior and complete set-up with luggage rack, headlight washer and inclinometer.

The Panda Sisley that we are proposing is an excellent example from 1988, in a Quartz Gray colour, completely preserved with only 3 owners, an odometer reading of 135,000 km and fitted with the 999cc 50 HP Fire engine. The current owner bought this car a couple of years ago, immediately had it fully serviced, fitted the car with new tires and used it for around 5,000 km in total reliability. After viewing the car we can say that the car has been kept in maniacal conditions, has never been used off-road and has always been treated with respect. All the "Sisley" logos and all the aesthetic details that characterized this set-up are present on this car as proof of the excellent state of conservation. This Pandino is ready to take you to the lake or to the mountains and show you what it's made of. Give it a chance and it will surprise you!

Questions to the seller
Comments (8)
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DarioM

Jan 12 at 20:42

Come funziona per il passaggio di proprietà? Grazie

M
MOTOR_HEROES

Ciao DarioM, la procedura è quella di un normale passaggio di proprietà tra venditore (l'attuale proprietario dell'auto) e migliore offerente su Motor Heroes. Una volta chiusa l'asta, metteremo in contatto le due parti e seguiremo il passaggio di proprietà per far sì che non insorgano problemi.

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Setter2210

Jan 12 at 20:40

Sono nuovo mi spiega come funziona

M
MOTOR_HEROES

Ciao Setter2210, dai un'occhiata a questa pagina: https://motorheroes.com/it/blog/come-funziona-motor-heroes Nel caso avessi ulteriori domande, scrivici pure a info@motorheroes.com e saremo felici di risponderti!

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MadMax

Jan 12 at 20:36

Buona sera. L’auto ha un prezzo di riserva? Se si quanto? Grazie

M
MOTOR_HEROES

Ciao MadMax, per accordi col venditore non indichiamo il prezzo di riserva, ma semplicemente se questo viene superato. Ovviamente il compratore non ha alcun vincolo all'acquisto finchè non viene superato il prezzo di riserva.

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