PHOTOS: Surf City, Here They Come

Jul 6, 2013

The New York Times has a report today on some rare wheels that some of us wouldn't mind having. Read all about these rare microcars from the past, including a photo gallery of the cars, on their site.

SURF CITY, HERE THEY COME The Fiat 600 Jolly owned by Jim Inglis of Palm Beach, Fla. Perhaps about 100 of the cars still exist.
Credit Marc Serota for The New York Times

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1962 Fiat 500 Jolly
Credit microcarmuseum.com

Fiat 600 Ghia Jolly

Fiat 600 Ghia Jolly

Fiat 600 Ghia Jolly

The 1962 Fiat Jolly beach-buggy. Jolly means "joker" in Italian, and this buggy, with its wicker seats and fringed top is no joke.