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Fiat 124 Berlina 1968 (F) Grey
As publicity stunt before its launch, Fiat filmed the new 124 being dropped by parachute from a plane and it was officially launched at the 1967 Turin Motor show. It also won the 1967 European Car of the Year in 1967.
Designed from scratch by Fiat's Oscar Montabone, the Chief Engineer responsible for its development, the new 124 was fitted with a 1.2 Litre (1,197cc) Fiat OHV 4 cylinder Engine and a 4 Speed all-synchromesh gearbox from the Fiat 1500. The 124 featured a very spacious interior, advanced coil spring rear suspension, Disc Brakes on all 4 wheels and a very lightweight construction.
This example was first registered in Southern Italy on 10th April 1968 and has just been imported to the UK. It is finished in its original coplour scheme of Grey with Burgundy vinyl seats with original rubber flooring mats, 1197cc Engine, 4 Speed Gearbox, original interior and fittings and chromework and steel wheels with chrome hub caps.
It has not been restored, but it has been repainted in Italy at some point and although not the best paint job, it is very presentable and in overall very nice condition with a lovely engine and gearbox and it drives very well.
Currently being re-registered in the UK, it will come with period number plates and it is of course Road Tax exempt.
Car on display @ our showrooms in Mortlake.
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