131 Mirafiori – Part 1

By Simon Ryle Overview As the production of the 131 ‘mirafiori’ spanned more than a decade, with two ‘facelifts’ and three different body styles, (two door saloon, four door saloon and five door estate), not to mention the various engine types and sizes, I have decided to write its history in…

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The Fiat 130 Coupe and Saloon

By Brian Stigant The Fiat 130 saloon was introduced in March 1969 to top the Fiat range and attempt to break into the luxury car market. It was a large saloon, almost 16ft long and 6ft wide. It was powered by a Lampredi designed 2866cc V6 engine with rear wheel drive,…

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127 Retro Street Racer: Modify your 127

By Rob Miller The 127 is one of Fiats best kept secrets, it’s been so secret that only the initiated really know the potential of these little gems. Tune in to www.fiat-abarth.de in the land of the frankfurter where they really are into 127″s. There’s an emerging following in the UK, but…

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The Fiat 124

By Peter Jones The Geneva Motor Show in March 1966 saw the introduction of the 124 Saloon which replaced the 1300/1500  a range that had been in production since 1961.  The 124 had an all-new body and a four-cylinder 1200cc engine, also new.  The saloon model was followed by a station wagon in…

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