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Fiat 128 Berlina 1973 (M) White
The Fiat 128 was a small family car manufactured by Fiat between 1969 and 1985 and was famous for being Fiat’s first front engine/front-wheel drive car, although the Autobianchi Primula, built between 1964 and 1970 was in fact Fiat's first ‘real’ model with its innovative Dante Giacosa designed front-wheel drive, transverse engine layout.
Fiat built an entirely new factory in Rivalta, near Turin specifically to build the new 128 and it was styled similarly to the Fiat 124 and 125 and featured rack and pinion steering, front disc brakes, independent rear suspension with a transverse leaf spring and McPherson strut front suspension with an integral anti-roll bar. The car was only available with a 1,116 cc engine on launch, but a 1,290 cc unit was introduced on some models from 1971. It was named European Car of the Year in 1970 and over three million were manufactured and it was widely publicised that Enzo Ferrari drove a 128 as his personal car!
This example was built in Turin in July 1973 and was actually first registered in Turin on 17th July 1971. Recently imported from Italy, this is a very original car in many respects, but it has just been repainted and looks beautiful and it is exceptionally rust free.
The interior is very original with the exception of new black carpets and the car has a delightful 1,116cc Engine and lovely gearbox and drives really well. All the chrome work is very good and it has its original steel wheels with chrome hub caps and new tyres.
J-It has just been registered in the UK with the numberplate VOY 417L and it will come fully serviced and with our own 6 month Mechanical Warranty.
Road Tax exempt of course!
Car on display @ our showrooms in Mortlake.
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