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1979 Polski Fiat 126p [126A]

1979 Polski Fiat 126p [126A] in Mördare utan ansikte, Mini-Series, 1994 IMDB Ep. 1

Class: Cars, Supermini — Model origin: PL

1979 Polski Fiat 126p [126A]

[*] Background vehicle

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atom SE

2010-12-01 22:15

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Another one:
[Image: 273752-polskifiat2_1.jpg]

Weasel1984 PL

2010-12-01 23:12

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The color seems to be original of FIAT (Electra?! :hello: ), reminds the one on this West German car: Link to "www.fpm.onmoto.pl"
If yes, then it is not Polski Fiat - this color was unknown here IMO, do not remember to see any 126p in it...
If Italian = 1973-76 (with chromed trim of windshild removed). If somehow Polish one - 1973-early 80's with chromed trim removed (but rather pre-1977 - wheel arches look for the older type).
Edit: Also worth to notice, that this car and the one from the link do not have any front badge and any hole for it (they were glued to Fiats or something?!). PF 126p always had a small hole exactly in the middle of "face". ;)

-- Last edit: 2010-12-02 21:46:14

sybcio PL

2011-07-29 18:36

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that's 79-80 Polski Fiat 126p. windshield have "bespo" mark. Color could be an (246) giallo tuffo.

Weasel1984 PL

2011-08-01 22:12

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"Windshield mark" is something I wouldn't check -> :king: , but maybe produced in Poland cars for export - for Fiat and badged as Fiat had those glasses as well, no? Since when they were used?
It was repainted IMO in not very original color - no holes of the badge (not to mention its good visual condition).

-- Last edit: 2011-08-01 22:15:28

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