A preview for the next sale is already available on the site of the auction house but I prefer linking to the previous sale with a full description of the car.
Here is how I introduced it last year (text slightly modified for providing the information on size, power and chassis):
FIAT (Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino) was founded in 1899, not by a manufacturer but by a group of investors who understood that Italy must not stay behind Germany and France.
The market offered huge opportunities for bold companies and the early FIAT strategy to focus on the volume of production instead on the technical innovations was immediately winning.
The success is so great that FIAT diversifies its products and provides luxury cars for export. The 60HP, released in 1905, is more a range than just a model. Equipped with a huge 10.6 litre 60 horsepower engine, it is one of the largest cars of its time with variants in 3m and 3.33m wheelbase.
Coachworked in touring, it embarks five passengers, two in front and three in rear. Its compact design is very elegant, making it difficult to imagine its unusual size from photos.
The first unit was supplied to the Emperor of Germany, and the second to Busch, the owner of American breweries, in the shorter wheelbase chassis.
This 60HP ex Busch has remained entirely in its original condition, not only for its pieces of equipment but also for painting, brass, upholstery. It is exceptional that a so old time capsule from such a high end model becomes available on the market.