Fiat will restore classic Italian carsFebruary 9, 2018
Concern Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) announced the launch of an official program for the restoration of classic cars of Italian brands Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Lancia and Abarth. The new unit was called Reloaded by Creators.
The new service will look for rare cars, their full restoration, and then add them to the already existing historical collection of the automaker. In this case, only carefully selected machines will undergo restoration. Buyers will receive a guarantee and a certificate of authenticity.
The Reloaded by Creators subdivision has already restored five retro cars. The list of refurbished cars included the Alfa Romeo Spider in 1991 and the 1989 SC of 1989, the Lancia Fulvia Coupe Montecarlo in 1973 and the Appia Coupe of 1959, as well as the Fiat 124 Sport Spider Spidereuropa in 1981 with the bodywork from the Pininfarina atelier.
These cars will be presented at the exhibition of classic retro cars in Paris, which will last until February 11. Soon Reloaded by Creators is going to launch its own page on the Internet.