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1970 Seat 1430 Familiar Especial 1ª generación

1970 Seat 1430 Familiar in Sahara, Movie, 2005 IMDB

Class: Cars, Wagon — Model origin: ES

1970 Seat 1430 Familiar Especial 1ª generación

Position 00:21:16 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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antp BE

2005-06-13 00:05

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Ça pourrait être une Fiat 124 ou une Lada 2102, mais l'avant ne ressemble pas. L'action se passe en Afrique (si ça peut aider à identifier l'auto).

mc leod

2005-06-21 21:34

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presque ! fiat 125 !

antp BE

2005-06-21 22:21

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Tiens oui, je ne savais pas qu'elle existait en break, et en effet la forme des phares correspond.

DAF555 SE

2005-10-02 22:53

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The 125 didn´t come as a wagon.

This is more likely to be a SEAT 124, they came as wagons with this front.

antp BE

2005-10-02 23:10

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It seems that it exists, as Fiat 125 Familiar
http://www.cocheantiguo.com/FIAT125_FAMILIAR.JPG

DAF555 SE

2005-10-02 23:17

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You´re right. The Fiat plant in Argentina made them, they even made them as pick-ups.

But they don´t look like this one.

mgisbert ES

2005-10-18 23:45

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Seat made in 1970's the model 124/1430cc avec les deux fares carrés .Ce moteur est exclusivement fabriqué in Barcelona (usine de la zona Franca) Puissance entre 70-75hp. et aussi avec Wagon.

sixcyl FR

2005-11-03 20:42

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I'm not sure, but if I remember the real name was SEAT 1430 without 124. Remember of holidays we had in the 70's in basque land, there were very common as sedan at this time

DAF555 SE

2005-11-03 22:32

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I´ve been browsing some spanish sites over SEAT and I didn´t really get much wiser, the body exists as both 124 and 1430. There are also an 124 with 1430 engine but if it came with this particular front I don´t know. But if I understand mgisbert right, it did.

-- Last edit: 2005-11-03 22:34:15

murphy h. NL

2006-03-15 14:47

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In Spain it was the SEAT 1430, as an export model it was called 124, or even Fiat 124, in absence of a Seat dealership. It was something between a Fiat 124 and a 124 Special/Special "T".
I sort know for sure ;-), as I owned the only SEAT 1430 with 1430 badge in the Netherlands! This was because it was the actual car brought over from Spain, standing on display at the Amsterdam RAI motorshow when the model was launched outside of Spain, in 1974/1975. My grandfather bought it on the spot, when he stopped driving he let me have it.
All subsequent imports had the 124 Special badge (I dismantled one for spares). It was a sort of mixed batch: The square headlamps are Fiat 125, the rear lamp clusters Fiat Polski 125, the interior Fiat 124 Special "T"
check http://www.historiaseat.com/1430/k1430.htm

-- Last edit: 2006-03-15 17:11:49

Aurelius DO

2006-08-31 00:53

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I love the number plate of the car.

It beguins by SH (Spanish province of Sahara).

Real plate numbers like that are very very rare.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2006-08-31 01:00

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Aurelius wrote

I love the number plate of the car.

It beguins by SH (Spanish province of Sahara).

Real plate numbers like that are very very rare.

I think that's just a coincidence. It looks like an attempt at a Nigerian plate:
http://www.worldlicenseplates.com/world/AF_NGRA.html

lastinpurple ES

2006-09-22 20:01

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It can' be a 124, in spain, just 2 generations of 124s were build, and they were like this:
http://www.foro.pieldetoro.net/web/pruebas/ver.php?ID=943 (Circle frontlights)
http://www.foro.pieldetoro.net/web/pruebas/ver.php?ID=61 (Square frontlights)
That's a Seat 1430, there weren't 124 with 4 frontlights:
http://www.foro.pieldetoro.net/web/pruebas/ver.php?ID=51

antp BE

2006-09-22 21:28

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Not sure of where they made that scene... as said above, "In Spain it was the SEAT 1430, as an export model it was called 124"

lastinpurple ES

2006-09-22 23:49

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Sorry, antp, the Seat 124 was build in Spain, in Martorell, Cataluña, like the Seat 1430.
The Seat (Sociedad Española de Automóviles y Turismos) built the Fiat Models until 1986, and the 124 until 1980.
The production of the 124 circle frontlights began in 1968 and ended in 1975, and they built the square frontlights or Pamplona until 1980.
The 1430 appared in 1969 and it was a different model of the 124.
The 124 is a Small Sedan, like Renault 12 or Peugeot 404, but the 1430 is a Medium Sedan, like Citroën DS or Peugeot 504
But the both were built in Spain, and that Station Wagon isn't a Seat 124, it's a Seat 1430

Gag Halfrunt UK

2006-09-23 00:43

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antp wrote Not sure of where they made that scene... as said above, "In Spain it was the SEAT 1430, as an export model it was called 124"

http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0318649/locations
Quote Filming Locations for
Sahara (2005)

Hawley Lake, Hampshire, England, UK

Morocco

Shepperton Studios, Shepperton, Surrey, England, UK
(studio)

Spain

antp BE

2006-09-23 11:53

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I saw that, but it does not help about where this scene was made :p

lastinpurple ES

2006-09-23 13:11

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What does it care the location of the scene? Isn't this Internet Movie Cars Database?

antp BE

2006-09-23 14:24

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Location may influence on the name... as said above for some export markets it was called 124 instead of 1430

lastinpurple ES

2006-09-23 21:32

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The Seat 1430 Familiar (Name of this car) it's a very rare car and there were very few cars made.
And they only were build in Spain! And this pic shows than it's a 1430 Familiar built in Spain:
http://www.milian.net/mm/vehiculos/seat/00Seat1430FamiliarBlau.jpg

landrover1 AR

2006-11-19 00:30

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DAF555 wrote You´re right. The Fiat plant in Argentina made them, they even made them as pick-ups.

But they don´t look like this one.

yea you are right

carobserver MX

2006-11-19 02:31

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it really is a Seat 1430 Familiar, could be a 1600 model of 1973-74, with black plastic grille and the side moulding

Fiat made a 125 wagon in Argentina, and also in Poland by FSO ( was called FSO 125p wagon)

franek ES

2008-07-20 13:00

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If it's really a 1430 Especial 1600 Familiar, this version is absolutely hard to be found in Spain, now!

OrazioSatta ES

2009-06-26 20:36

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It´s a 1.970 (First series) Seat 1.430 "Familiar".

Lateef NO

2013-06-10 18:49

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