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1983 FSO 125p Kombi L [115CF]

1983 FSO 125p Kombi [115CF] in Lichter, Movie, 2003 IMDB

Class: Cars, Wagon — Model origin: PL

1983 FSO 125p Kombi L [115CF]

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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BeanBandit FI

2007-01-11 01:53

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datsunZ IT

2007-01-11 15:15

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With circular logo becomes FSO(Brand adopted on these cars definitively since 1981,at place of Polski-Fiat and short-lived-use Polmo-FSO previous commercial Brands)125p Kombi(seen side direction markers,believe a 1983-1991 FSO 125p)

datsunZ IT

2007-01-11 18:08

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Please put into Brand field FSO,not Polski-Fiat,all 125p after 1982 were rebadged as FSO(also circle on grille with that seems a cross was the stylization of FSO acronym--since the 1951 Warszawa--;in fact,the cross-alike represents the letters F and S put together,inserted in a circle,the letter O;the same Brand's logo,then,suggests also the shape of a steering wheel)

Weasel1984 PL

2007-01-11 22:39

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Before 1983 the make for this cars was always 'Polski Fiat' even if they had a small POLMO label (actually a lot of polish cars had it).
During the 'martial law/state of war' (1981-83) the whole country was 'paralyzed', factories were controlled by army or their workers striked, import also wasn't possible, so FSO didn't have parts to finish new cars and the quality level dramatically went down - after this Fiat canceled the licence agreement with FSO and in 1983 the car was renamed to FSO 1500, later FSO 125p (cars under make 'Polski Fiat' were still produced by FSM).

-- Last edit: 2007-01-12 17:28:01

datsunZ IT

2007-01-12 18:47

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Weasel1984 wrote Before 1983 the make for this cars was always 'Polski Fiat' even if they had a small POLMO label (actually a lot of polish cars had it).
During the 'martial law/state of war' (1981-83) the whole country was 'paralyzed', factories were controlled by army or their workers striked, import also wasn't possible, so FSO didn't have parts to finish new cars and the quality level dramatically went down - after this Fiat canceled the licence agreement with FSO and in 1983 the car was renamed to FSO 1500, later FSO 125p (cars under make 'Polski Fiat' were still produced by FSM).


Don't knew those facts into FSO history,thanks for had said this truth that sometimes, motor magazines don't tell to us,motor vehicle-fans


-- Last edit: 2007-01-12 18:48:23

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