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1975 Fiat 133 [100G]

1975 Fiat 133 [100G] in Is Anybody There?, Movie, 2008 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: ES — Made for: GB

1975 Fiat 133 [100G]

Position 00:32:35 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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Neon IT

2010-01-10 15:43

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Seat 133

G-MANN UK

2010-01-10 15:43

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I think the car they take Edward and Clarence home in near the end of the film is this.

929V6 NL

2010-01-10 16:07

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Fiat 133 in Britain, 1975+

G-MANN UK

2010-01-10 16:13

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Does this help determine what it is?

[Image: isanybodytheresteve2.1088.jpg]

929V6 NL

2010-01-10 16:20

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Well, we can see a yellow plate that is likely to be British, so it is Fiat - not Seat.

ingo DE

2010-01-10 16:34

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Was it sold as Fiat in Britain? Isn't it a Seat anyways?

In Germany this car was available for a while, too. I think, it was sold by Fiat, but still named as Seat. Or am I wrong? :think:

No problem, tomorrow I can ask the old-fashioned Fiat-dealer in our village. When you are standing at the desk, you can engine-gaskets for the 132 hanging in the back. :)

chris40 UK

2010-01-10 20:18

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It was made by Seat but sold as a Fiat 133 in the UK, not very successfully as it competed with the 126 and 127. When I had my second 127 a colleague of mine had one, but he was noted for eccentric cars - it had replaced a Škoda 1000MB.

sixcyl FR

2010-01-10 20:40

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chris40 wrote It was made by Seat but sold as a Fiat 133 in the UK


In France too.

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