Fiat 600 Jolly






600 Jolly

Undoubtedly the most endearing variant of the eponymous Fiat 600 was the Jolly, an open runabout intended for beach resorts and other tourist destinations. Created by Ghia on the 600 base, the cars featured weather-resistant wicker seats and a fringed surrey top for protection from the sun. Comparatively expensive (nearly twice the price of the basic model 600), they tended to be purchased by wealthy owners with large yachts, among them Aristotle Onassis. A fleet of 32 furnished taxi service on Catalina Island off the coast of California.
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