|Fiat 509 Spider 1925|
|Body style|| 2/4-door sedan|
|Engine||straight-4 990 cc|
|Weight||650 kg - 800 kg|
|Video||1925 Fiat 509|
The Fiat 509 was a model of car produced by Italian automotive manufacturer Fiat between 1925 and 1929 as a replacement for the 501. Approximately 90,000 of the model were sold. In 1926 the car was upgraded to the 509A. For 1928, the 509 was offered with standard insurance, also.
In addition to as the standard car, there were 509S and 509SM sports models, as well as and taxi and commercial versions.
- The Fiat 509 was fitted with a 990 cc OHC 4 cylinder engine, 3-speed gearbox and with a no-nonsense technical layout.
|509||1924-29||straight-4 SOHC||990 cc||22 hp||single carburetor|
|509 S||1925-29||straight-4 SOHC||990 cc||27 hp||single carburetor|
|509 SM||1925-29||straight-4 SOHC||990 cc||30 hp||single carburetor|
- Approximately 90,000 cars were sold in the late 1920s.
- Comic strip character Gaston Lagaffe drove a Fiat 509.
Fiat Car Model Description and Photos
A very unique car, custom built in 1949 for racing purposes by the driver DeLuca, named "Lupo delle Calabrie" ("The Wolf of Calabrese" this why the wolf mascot on the car). Entered several race as "Circuito di Posillipo" and "Grio Delle Calabrie". The race car was based on a pre-war Fiat 509 chassis , it was equipped with an original front spring leaf suspension and fitted with Lancia Ardea engine and gearbox
|Fiat car timeline, European market, 1899s-1949s Next ->|
|City car||3,5 HP||500 A / 500 B (Topolino) ...|
|Small family car|| 6 HP
|509 / 509 S||508 (Ballila)||Ballila 1100 A / B ...|
|Family car||1||1A / Zero||70||501 / 501 S / 502 / 503||514 / 515||1500|
|Large family car||Brevetti||2||2B||505||507||518|
|12 HP / 16-20 HP / 16-24 HP||15-25 HP Brevetti||520 / 521||522 / 524||527||2800|
|Executive car||20-30 HP||3||3A / 3Ter||510||512||525 / 525 S|
|24-32 HP / 60 HP||28-40 HP / 30-45 HP / 50 HP||4 / 5 / 6||520 "Superfiat"||519 / 519 S|
|130 HP Corsa|