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1975 Fiat 126 [126A]

1975 Fiat 126 [126A] in La poliziotta fa carriera, Movie, 1975 IMDB

Class: Cars, Supermini — Model origin: IT

1975 Fiat 126 [126A]

[*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

Comments about this vehicle


130rapid PL

2010-06-19 14:47



carobserver MX

2010-06-19 17:37


thos also could work for a brochure of that tiny car...... what a legs :love:

ingo DE

2010-06-19 17:51


As it seems, Fiat did't had the idea "Sex sells" : https://webshop.fiat500126.com/index.php/sites/view/41-1-prospekte.htm :D

O.k., for the last 500, they had the ladies in the famous 70ies outfit...

-- Last edit: 2010-06-19 17:52:30

stronghold EN

2010-06-19 17:58


Their idea's from the brouchures, seems to be Bright coloured seats Sell.! :)
...I would go with the Legs personally ;)

antp BE

2010-06-20 17:18


nice picture :)

sixcyl FR

2010-09-13 12:25


[Image: 263766-FIA_126_AB.jpg] [Image: 263767-FIA_126_AE.jpg] [Image: 263768-FIA_126_AJ.jpg] [Image: 263769-FIA_126_AP.jpg] [Image: 263770-FIA_126_AT.jpg] [Image: 263771-FIA_126_AU.jpg] [Image: 263772-FIA_126_AW.jpg]
Among many pictures available of this Fiat, there was no better choice for main picture , Bravo Alessandro! ;)

Some others in the landscape
[Image: 263773-FIA_126_BA.jpg] [Image: 263774-FIA_126_CA.jpg] [Image: 263775-FIA_126_DA.jpg] [Image: 263776-FIA_126_EA.jpg]

Weasel1984 PL

2010-09-17 21:16


I belive it is brand new one, from 1975. It has plastic lock at the rear. In Poland 1974 126p's still had metal ones (this part was imported from Italy AFAIK). And here is the 1975 model:
[Image: 264782-xyz_PF126p.jpg]

The filler cap seems was replaced earlier by the plastic one - ca 1974. Or were there possible different variations in Italy and metal cap was some "extra" ;) ? But judging by those times fashion I doubt this. On the other hand seems there were 3 types of them...

-- Last edit: 2010-09-17 21:58:28

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