|Fiat 525 SS 1928|
|Body style|| 4-door sedan|
|Wheelbase|| 300cm (525 SS)|
326cm (525 N)
The Fiat 525 is a passenger car produced by Italian automobile manufacturer Fiat between 1928 and 1931. The 525 was larger successor to the Fiat 512. The 525 was modified only after a year it was introduced and named as 525N. Sport variant 525 SS had more powerful engine and shorter chassis.
4400 examples were produced.
The Fiat 525 is a large automobile manufactured by the Italian manufacturer Fiat between 1928 and 1931.
Equipped with a new 6-cylinder engine line 3 739 cc 68.5 hp develop the 1st version was built more than 511 copies of a special version for the Pope, delivered on 20 April 1929.
The second set consisted of 3 models:
- The 525N, with a shortened chassis and mechanical improvements, this version was built in 1784 up to 1931 copies, many of which were exported.
- The 525S and 525SS versions are sporting short chassis with mechanical and more powerful, the SS had an engine developing 89 hp. More than 2,100 copies were built until 1931.
|525||1927-29||straight-6 sidevalve||3739 cc||69 hp||single carburetor|
|525 SS||1928-30||straight-6 sidevalve||3739 cc||89 hp||single carburetor|
- Fiat Personenwagen, by Fred Steiningen, 1994. ISBN 3-923448-37-6
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