1989 FIAT Panda 4×4 Sisley
- First version
- Sisley Panda 4×4
- ready for adventures
Loved by housewives and millionaires.
The Fiat Panda is a small car from Fiat, whose first series was built over four million times. This makes it one of the brand’s most successful models. The Panda was created by designer Giorgio Giugiaro and conceived as a “household appliance on wheels”. From 1986 onwards Fiat built the Panda with the newly developed “FIRE engines” (Fully Integrated Robotized Engine). These were processed and assembled by robots. They had fewer moving parts than the older OHV engine, a belt-driven overhead camshaft and a five bearing crankshaft.
In 1987 the Panda 4×4 Sisley limited edition was released. It was based on the standard 4×4. It differed from the other Models with metallic paint, inclinometer, white painted wheels, roof rack, headlamp washers, bonnet scoop, “Sisley” badging and trim.
The first Version of the Sisley was originally limited to the production of only 500. In 1989 the Sisley model became a permanent model.
This Panda is one of these very first models which makes it even more desirable. It started its live in Italy and was recently imported to Germany. It has TÜV till 03/2024 and historic Number Plates.
The overall condition is good and the technics work perfectly.
The Panda is fitted with the rare Sisley Seatbelts, new Pirelli tires, and an original Roof Rack.
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4×4, Panda, Sisley
Tropic Grün Metallic
Munich / Germany
Mit dem Baujahr kann was nicht stimmen. Laut Bildern ist es ein Sisley 2, die wurden erst ab Ende 1988 gebaut.
@Thomas, vielen Dank. Haben wir geändert