The beautiful racer, known as a “giant killer” in its time for its ability to outrun larger and more expensive cars, was campaigned at Sebring in 1959 by Team Roosevelt.
Yes, that Roosevelt—the Roosevelt Automobile Company was run by FDR Jr.
With its trademark Zagato curves, it also competed in several other prestigious races.
And thanks to said curves, it’s expected to bring in up to $250,000.
Which makes it one hell of a Fiat…
- Posted May 30, 2014
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