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Fiat 519

Fiat 519 B Torpedo 1925.jpg
Fiat 519
Manufacturer Fiat
Production 1922-1927
Class
Layout FR layout
Body style 4-door sedan
4-door limousine
4-door cabriolet
Engine straight-6, 4766 cc,
Transmission 4-speed manual
Length
Width
Height
Weight 2000kg
Wheelbase 360cm
300cm (519 S)
Predecessor Fiat Tipo 3
Successor Fiat 525
Designer


Fiat 519 S Torpedo 1922
Fiat 519 A Sedan 1924
Fiat 519 Series1 Coupe-de-Ville 1922

The Fiat 519 was a model of car produced by Italian automotive company, Fiat between 1922 and 1927.

2411 were produced in total. Approximately 25 known worldwide of which one is a genuine 519S and three others are shortened 519s although all have the pointed 519S radiator.

Types

  • 519, 519A, 519B,519C &519S 4/5S Tourer 4 doors, 2+2 seats
    • 519A had taller radiator and detail changes to engine.-Larger waterpump, Rocker oil feed to centre pedestal and rear"anti-rolling leaf" omitted giving conventional rear suspension.
    • 519B had entirely different front brake actuatio (perrot)
    • 519C (colonial) had increased Ground clearance. None are known, so may not have been produced although catalogued.
    • 519S Shorter (3300mm) wheelbase and 1475mm track.

Specifications

  • Engine Type: Capacity Config Model Bore/Stroke CR
  • Engine size: 794.33cc S6 OHV
  • Cylinder: 12 valves total 2 valves per cylinder
  • Power: (10/30 HP
  • Wheelbase: 3300 mm 129.9 in
  • Track front: 1475 mm 58.1 in
  • Rear 1475 mm 58.1 in
  • Length: 4365 mm 171.9 in
  • Length:wheelbase ratio 1.32
  • Kerb weight 2350 kg 5181 lb

Construction

  • Bore × stroke 85.00mm × 140.00mm

3.35 in × 5.51 in

  • Bore/Stroke ratio 0.61
  • Displacement 4766 cc

(290.839 cu in)

  • Unitary capacity 794.33 cc/cylinder
  • Aspiration Normal
  • Compressor type N/A
  • Intercooler None
  • Max. output 78.1 PS (77.0 bhp) (57.4 kW)
  • RPM 2600 rpm
  • Specific output 16.2 bhp/litre 0.26 bhp/cu
  • Top speed 127 km/h (79 mph)
  • Power-to-weight 32.77 bhp/ton


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