Based on the Fiat 1100, the 300BC was used a slightly modified and aluminumbody to create a sports special.
Auction Sales History
1952 Siata 300BC ST 403 BC – sold for $313,500 Period competition-prepared engine by Otto Linton’s Speedcraft Enterprises. Exciting period racing history at prominent Hill Climb and Road Racing events. Exhaustively researched, exquisite 2-year restoration completed in 2012. Rare Bertone-bodied Spider eligible for top driving and concours events. Displayed at Amelia Island, Sebring, and the Simeone Automotive Museum. Auction Source: 2015 Quail Lodge Auction by Bonhams
1953 Siata 300 BC ST*418*BC – sold for $258,500 The so-called “Baby Ferrari”. The 18th of approximately 40 Bertone-bodied examples. Four owners from new; owned by the consignor for 27 years. Beautifully preserved older restoration. Never exhibited; ideal for concours d’elegance or historic racing. Auction Source: 2015 Amelia Island by RM Sotheby’s