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1969 Fiat 130 [130A]

1969 Fiat 130 [130A] in Olsen-banden tar gull, Movie, 1972 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: IT — Made for: N

1969 Fiat 130 [130A]

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ingo DE

2009-07-24 11:49

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The only interesting Fiat ever (for me). :)

Neon IT

2009-07-24 12:06

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1969

Andre Malraux RO

2012-07-16 21:20

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ingo wrote The only interesting Fiat ever (for me). :)


I like: 600 (not 500), 850, 1100, 1300, 1400, 1500, 1800, 1900, 2100, 2300, 130, 132, 131, 124, 125 and 128. And I say nothing about pre-war Fiats. :p

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carobserver MX

2012-07-16 21:30

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well, I like all the Fiats that were really Fiats, I mean before they also makes Chrysler labelled as Fiat ( or opposited)

chris40 UK

2012-07-16 21:50

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Andre Malraux wrote I like: 600 (not 500), 850, 1100, 1300, 1400, 1500, 1800, 1900, 2100, 2300, 130, 132, 131, 124, 125 and 128. And I say nothing about pre-war Fiats. :p

What did the 127 ever do to you? (I had two ...)

Andre Malraux RO

2012-07-16 22:01

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I don't like hatchbacks very much (except R16 which I adore).

Nevertheless, 127 is a nice car: http://auto-zen.blogspot.ro/2011/04/fiat-127-g1.html (click on the photos, for a larger view). :love:

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Nightrider RU

2012-07-16 22:04

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What about named (not numbered) FIATs?

Andre Malraux RO

2012-07-16 22:05

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Named classic Fiats? There is such thing?

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dsl SX

2012-07-16 22:39

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Dino?

Nightrider RU

2012-07-16 22:46

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^ Exactly.

Nightrider RU

2012-07-16 22:49

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Campagnola, maybe Multipla (also had number).

Lateef NO

2012-07-16 23:01

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The only Fiats I could picture myself owning are as following: Croma, Tempra, Bravo, Stilo and Grande Punto. The last three aren't even proper Lateef-cars, but I like them :D

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Sandie SX

2012-07-16 23:06

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No Regata? The only Fiats I can recall liking from the top of my head are the Coupe and Barchetta.

Andre Malraux RO

2012-07-17 12:12

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dsl wrote Dino?


Nightrider wrote Campagnola, maybe Multipla (also had number).


Well, yes, but Dino is a sport car, and I don't like sport cars. Campagnola is a jeep. Is not bad, but it not compares with M461 or GAZ 69 (wich are totally different technically, and the most beautiful jeeps ever). And Multipla is a sort of minibus. :)

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Andre Malraux RO

2012-07-17 12:13

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Lateef wrote The only Fiats I could picture myself owning are as following: Croma, Tempra, Bravo, Stilo and Grande Punto.


Sandie wrote No Regata? The only Fiats I can recall liking from the top of my head are the Coupe and Barchetta.


But they are not classic. ;)

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Andre Malraux RO

2012-07-17 12:29

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@ Lateef, Sandie

You don't like 1800? http://www.zuckerfabrik24.de/fiat/fiat1800B_3.htm
It is my favourite Fiat model. We imported them officially. There is one of them, recently restored: http://fiat.3xforum.ro/post/1033/1/Fiat_1800B_1967/ (click on the photos for a larger view).

Lateef NO

2012-07-17 19:45

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Sandie wrote No Regata?

Surprisingly, no. I've never fancied the Regata too much. I think it's too boxy and there's too much plastic on it. Yes, even I have standards. They're also rumored to have severe reliability issues, and I'd like to own a reliable car. The Croma (1991+, not earlier) and the Tempra may not be any more reliable, but I find them good looking and are probably easier to maintain as there are more parts available.
Andre Malraux wrote But they are not classic. ;)

To me they don't need contemporary classic appeal. I'm looking at getting them as they may become really rare and sought after some day. Such as my 1987 VW Passat Variant. I grew up with these cars and they have classic appeal to me.
Andre Malraux wrote You don't like 1800?

Sure, it's nice, but I wouldn't really consider owning it. There's lots of other classics that I'd prioritise.

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ingo DE

2012-07-17 19:51

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carobserver wrote I mean before they also makes Chrysler labelled as Fiat ( or opposited)

:think: Don't you mix it up with Lancia? Nowadays the new Lancias, which are offered in Europe, are just disguised Chryslers.

Gamer DE

2015-11-03 21:06

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Lateef wrote The only Fiats I could picture myself owning are as following: Croma, Tempra, Bravo, Stilo and Grande Punto. The last three aren't even proper Lateef-cars, but I like them :D

All I would care for is a real Polish-assembled Siena sedan :)

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