Along with the Alfa Romeo Spider, the Fiat 124 Spider is one of the most popular Italian classics in the US. Nearly three quarters of its nearly twenty year long production run was sent to the US market. As a result, there is a plentiful supply of these roadsters available, but relatively few of its hardtop sibling, the 124 Sport Coupe. These coupes employed the Lampredi designed twin cam four cylinder engine that was featured in the roadsters and included advanced features such as four wheel disc brakes and a 5 speed gearbox. The AC was the first series of these coupes, followed by the BC and CC series. Production for all three series spanned from 1967 to 1975. This example for sale in Indianapolis is one of the best I've seen in quite a while.
Now a rarity on the American Road, a rust free 124 coupe such as this one is a hard item to locate! In fact this car was imported by a Marque Enthusiast from South America a few years back. This car is a true survivor, that while presentable and quite drivable as is, could bennefit from some restoration work. The Seats appear to have been redone in the correct and hard to find material, and the car runs and drives quite well but will need some electrical sorting. Really these are very minor things that can be addressed over time as one enjoys the car and becomes familiar with it. I doubt you will find a better 124 Coupe on the market today.
While these coupes are less common than the Spider, the best Spiders out there may command anywhere from $15,000 to $20,000. For the condition and mileage, around $10,000 to $15,000 could be considered a fair value for this tidy little coupe.