Fiat 128 wagon




Fiat 128 wagon

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  • 12 offers for classic FIAT for sale and other classic cars on Classic Trader. class at the time, and it was produced in sedan, wagon, and coupe variations.

    This Fiat Wagon is in gorgeous Coeur d'Alene, Idaho and is listed on eBay with a Buy It Now price of $2, or make an offer.

    This Fiat wagon is a rarely seen three door model that looks to be in nice shape. Upgraded with an X1/9-sourced running a cam.

    Fiat 128 wagon

    Fiat 128 wagon

    Two years later in the Special Edition was debuted with the body of a four door sedan and the engine of the Rally. Had it for years. That one went back the day the lease ended and, with trepidation, I ended up with another Civic. With engineering by Dante Giacosa and engine design by Aurelio Lampredi , [8] the was noted for its relatively roomy passenger and cargo volume — enabled by a breakthrough innovation to the front-engine, front-drive layout which became the layout "adopted by virtually every other manufacturer in the world" for front-wheel drive.

    Fiat 128 wagon

    Fiat 128 wagon

    Fiat 128 wagon

    Fiat 128 wagon

    Fiat 128 wagon

    X1/9 Engined Fiat Wagon | Bring a Trailer

    This car has been parked inside in storage since This photo shows a similar car without the huge bumpers; I like it. No, I love it. This is one unique body style! A Fiat was almost my first car so I have a soft spot in my head, I mean in my heart, for these things. The was the European Car of the Year in and it was a fairly advanced layout for the time, being a transverse-mounted engine with front wheel drive.

    I love the oddly-unique is that redundant? It looks nicer from this shot through the passenger door. There are only two exterior photos of this car and no engine photos, but this is a 1. It should look similar to this one. I love this car, are there any other Fiat Wagon lovers out there? Saying you have a thing for this car is like saying you like to kiss your sister.

    Fiat 128 wagon

    No, like French kissing your sister. I will pass on the sister, and probably pass this Fiat broke down on the road. With the lines of the hood and type of damage to to doors. This model is called the Estate. It is my favorite model in part because my father owned a navy blue one with this color interior. These are pretty hard to come by but because of ther non-standard style they tend to be pretty polarizing.

    The asking price is way high, daily driver cars with straight body panels, tired paint but somewhat livible interior will run for similar asking price — when you can find them. My father spent time at a Fiat dealer in and considered buying green like it and had the salesman write it up.

    Fiat 128 wagon

    Went home and next day called back and said he would take the Spider convertible. That was a fun car. I believe in 74 the had the chrome bumpers which would tend to have a cleaner look. Seat covers this would be sharp A good body man could fix the dents and match the original paint.

    This is an uncommon find and would be unique to have. Fiats are again acceptable in the US. Those that really loved their Fiats found safe haven in indie shops. Parts were and still plentiful and are relatively inexpensive. These were great cars, majority of their undoing was rather poor maintenance by their owners.

    If I had a dollar for every time I was asked about reliability of my Alfa Romeos I could be comfortably retired by now. Yet none of the nine AR I owned ever left me stranded, even in the worst summertime traffic. Tirefriar is spot on. These were thrown away, and remember plenty in junkyards years ago. My father was a mechanic by trade and a good one at that.

    Fiat 128 wagon

    My uncle sold the car after two years of nothing but problems and breakdowns. Terrible even when new. They will be the downfall of Chrysler. My first car in was i Fiat I got it for free from my father.

    It was a shitty little car, but wery cheap to drive in. Im no Fiat fan, but only for transport, it could go. It was better tham moped and bus. Hey, I am sorry if I offended the Fiat crowd, to each his own I guess. I owned a Pinto which I put k on with nary a problem. It got me through college and I have many fond memories of it. And thumbs be darned, I always thought these were junk too. Pinto was a good car.

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