The 2300 line of cars were Fiat's upmarket cars throughout most of the 1960s. All 2300s came with a 2.3 liter straight 6 and many of the amenities you'd expect to find in a near-luxury vehicle. The sedan was designed by Pininfarina. It was boxy and - to my eyes - not bad looking, but not very exciting either. The coupe however, was something else.
Designed by Ghia, it was all curves and had a dramatic wrap-around rear window. The running gear was straight out of the sedan. Being a 2300S meant it had dual carbs. With that setup, the engine created around 136 horsepower (as opposed to 105 in standard 2300).
This 2300S Coupe is in very, very nice condition. It will be interesting to see how much it sells for.
Located in Moncalieri, Torino, Italy, click here to see the eBay listing.
A big thanks to Michael for sending me this link!