**AUTO IN ITALY**
At the 1966 Turin Motor Show, Ferves (Ferrari Veicoli Speciali) introduced the Ranger, a small off road derivative of the Fiat 500 and 600.
There were only 600 units made between 1966 and 1971, and only around 50 have survived. Less than 10 are located in the USA. The Ranger is categorized as a leisure and off-roading vehicle, which, for its construction as well as for its possible uses, distinguishes it from all other Fiat 500 and 600 derivatives.
It has a Fiat 500 steering wheel and 499 cc rear mounted engine, while the suspension and brakes are borrowed from the bigger Fiat 600 model. Other features include a steel beam chassis, detachable roof, removable suicide doors, four vinyl-wrapped seats, a folding windscreen, and a top speed of 45 mph (72 km/h).
This particular model was the 10th off the production line (possibly the earliest surviving Ranger in existence), with very low mileage - 19,912 km, with its original Firestone Cavallino Sport tires. It features first series grills and VDO instruments, used on only the earliest models.
LocationAcireale, Itlay Mileage:19912 Engine: Body Type: Open Interior: Brown Exterior: Orange