Fiat 500 60th Anniversary poster
Commemorate the 60th anniversary of this beloved vehicle with this unique and distinctive poster print.
Although the 500 name first appeared in 1936, as the "Topolino", it was the "Nuova 500" launched in 1957 that would go on to become the most well-known. The brainchild of venerable Fiat engineer Dante Giacosa, its styling was somewhat suggested by the larger 600 of 1955. Together the 500 and 600 would put millions of Italians on the road in the years after the Second World War. Along with the Vespa and Lambretta motor scooters, the Fiat 500 was a symbol of Italy's post-war economic miracle.
Its replacement the 126 was introduced in 1972, however production continued until 1975.
A new Fiat 500 was launched in 2007, on the 50th anniversary of the previous model. This car rode on the 'retro' trend that saw the release of vehicles such as the BMW MINI and the VW New Beetle.
Price in US dollars.
18" x 24"
24" x 36"
Printed using archival inks on acid-free 220 gsm poster stock.
Shipped worldwide from California in a poster mailing tube.
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Artwork ©2017 Aaron Hillsdon. All model names and designations are trade marks of their respective owners. Depiction does not imply endorsement or affiliation.