Seat 1500: yellow
The SEAT 1500 was a Spanish-built 6-seater model of saloon and estate cars, based on the Italian Fiat 2300 and using a 1481 cc engine from the Fiat 1500. The 1500 was the successor to the SEAT 1400 C; it was manufactured from 1963 to 1973, with the five door estate (“Familiar”) version arriving in 1965. Apart from the larger engine, differences between the 1500 and the C version of its predecessor were limited to minor details such as a speedometer that now read up to 140 km/h (87 mph).
There was also a ‘1500 pick-up’ offered, and the coach builder ONECA developed a long-wheelbase ‘pullman’ version. A total of 134,766 cars were built.