The Fiat 508 Ballila Fixed Head Coupe 1932 is an iconic Italian grand tourer from the early 20th century. Renowned for its luxury and power, the Ballila was the perfect blend of classic Italian styling and modern engineering. Taking its design cues from the classic Italian saloon, the Ballila was equipped with an array of features. Its body was constructed of steel with a sleek and functional design. The long bonnet flowed gracefully to the front of the car, ending in a rounded, enclosed radiator grill. The car was finished with a striking paint job, often in a unique two-tone scheme. Under the hood, the Ballila was equipped with a powerful 111-horsepower, 2.0-liter engine that was capable of reaching a top speed of 65 miles per hour. The engine was mated to a manual, three-speed transmission that helped to spread the power to the rear axle. To provide stopping power, the car was fitted with four-wheel brakes. Inside the cabin, the car had comfortable seating for four. The seating was upholstered in top quality leather while the wood trim provided an extra touch of luxury. There was plenty of storage space, including the large trunk at the rear of the car. The dashboard was also modern for the time, with chrome-accented gauges that provided good visibility of engine vitals. The Fiat 508 Ballila Fixed Head Coupe 1932 is an impressive feat of automotive engineering. It is a true representation of the style, luxury, and performance of classic Italian automobiles.
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