There is still a decent selection of interesting machines street-parked in the French capital.
Wounded but not defeated, this Fiat 500 is still being used daily around Paris.
Lancia no longer sells cars outside of its home market.
The historically significant two-wheeler could fetch 300,000 euros.
Sacrificing Lancia was necessary, according to Fiat boss Sergio Marchionne.
In Brazil, the Tempra Coupe was Fiat’s range-topping model.
The Matra Jet 6 makes the Fiat 500 look like a monster truck.