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FIAT 1100S Berlinetta 1947

In 1947 the war was over and Fiat introduced the 1100S Berlinetta on the market, a direct descendant of the pre-war 508 C MM. The engine was considerably more powerful with an output of up to 51 horsepower and the adoption of a centrifugal water pump.


In 1947 Italy was under reconstruction including its factories, its houses, its roads and bridges. With peace, people recovered their thirst for competition; several participants registered for the first post-war edition of the Mille Miglia. Most participants competed with pre-war cars with two important exceptions: the Cisitalia 202 and the Fiat 1100S with an aerodynamic body and more powerful engine. In the 1948 Mille Miglia, the Fiat 1100S finished second, third and fourth, not bad when the winner was a Ferrari 166S with Tazio Nuvolari at the wheel.


Specifications: 4 cylinder, 1.089cc., 51 hp ar 5.200 rpm.
Dimensions: length 3,93 m, 1,48 m width, 1,35 m height.
Top speed 150 kph; 12,5 litre per 100 km
Dry weight 825 kg

wallpaper of the FIAT 1100S Berlinetta 1947 ( click on the photo to enlarge)

FIAT 1100S Berlinetta 1947
FIAT 1100S Berlinetta 1947
FIAT 1100S Berlinetta 1947
FIAT 1100S Berlinetta 1947

 

 

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