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Rare Steyr Puch on offer at Silverstone sale

Austrian car maker Steyr Puch used the iconic Fiat 500 as the basis for its own small car after the Second World War. While much of the car is based on the Fiat model, the engine, engine cover, roof, transmission and grille were produced at the Graz factory.

Only 33 right-hand drive models were made, and it’s believed that this car is one of just two left – the other is in the Steyr Museum in Austria.

Originally registered to Ryders of Liverpool in 1967 as a UK demonstrator, this car was stored for 28 years before being purchased by the current owner in 2013.

It’s offered with a lower estimate of £15,000, and goes under the hammer at the 20 September Silverstone Auctions Autumn Sale.  

By Claire Evans

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