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Fiat 124

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Fiat 124
Fiat
aka Sport Spider
Production 1966-1985
Class Convertible Sports Car
Body Style 2+2 Convertible
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Transmission 5-Speed Manual (automatic as option from 1979-on)
Engine Inline-Four, Rear-Wheel Drive
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Similar Alfa Romeo Spider
Designer Pininfarina

The Fiat 124 is small 2 Door Convertible Sports Car built by Fiat from 1968-1985

See Wikicars' comprehensive Fiat 124 Review.

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Styles and Major Options

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Pricing

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Engine and Transmission

Engines used were variants of Fiat's Twin-Cam engine, designed by Aurelio Lampredi; the same man responsible for Ferrari's racing V12's.
1438cc (1968-1971)
1608cc (1971-1973)
1592cc (1973-1974)
1756cc (1975-1978)
1995cc (1979-1985)

Performance

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Interior

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Generations

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Second generation (1979–1985)

Fiat 124
Fiat
aka Spider 2000
Production 1966-1985
Class Convertible Sports Car
Body Style 2+2 Convertible
Length 4141
Width 1613mm
Height 1250mm
Wheelbase 2281
Weight 1070kg (~2360lbs)
Transmission 5-Speed Manual (automatic as option)
Engine 2L (1995cc) DOHC Inline-Four
Rear-Wheel Drive
Power N/A hp @ N/A rpm
N/A lb-ft of torque @ N/A rpm
Similar Alfa Romeo Spider
Designer Pininfarina


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First Generation/Origins (1968–1979)

Fiat 124
Fiat
aka Sport Spider
Production 1966-1985
Class Convertible Sports Car
Body Style 2+2 Convertible
Length 3970mm
Width 1610mm
Height 1250mm
Wheelbase 2280
Weight 945kg (~2080lbs)
Transmission 5-Speed Manual
Engine 1.4L (1438cc) DOHC Inline-Four

1.6L (1608cc) DOHC Inline-Four
1.6L (1592cc) DOHC Inline-Four
1.8L (1756cc) DOHC Inline-Four
Rear-Wheel Drive

Power N/A hp @ N/A rpm
N/A lb-ft of torque @ N/A rpm
Similar Alfa Romeo Spider
Designer Pininfarina

Debut at the Turin Auto show in 1966, First Production Cars in 1968




















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Engines


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