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1973 Polski Fiat 125p [115C]

1973 Polski Fiat 125p [115C] in L'animal, Movie, 1977 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: PL — Made for: F

1973 Polski Fiat 125p [115C]

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Comments about this vehicle

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Alexander DE

2006-08-14 22:35

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Why 'Made for F'? Looks like a Polish registration and (PL) country sign.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2006-08-14 22:38

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Alexander wrote Why 'Made for F'? Looks like a Polish registration and (PL) country sign.

There's a PL sticker on the left and an F sticker on the right, and the registration appears to end with 75 (Paris).

antp BE

2006-08-14 22:40

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If it still has a PL sticker, it is probably not a F-spec car, but just a car imported later.
And were these Polski-Fiat exported officially to France anyway?

-- Last edit: 2006-08-14 22:40:39

bref FR

2006-08-14 23:56

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They were officially sold in France by "Chardonnet", the private importer of Lancia, Autobianchi...close friend to Alain Delon, you'll find a lot of film with the famous actor driving Lancia or Autobianchi...

For the Polski Fiat, there is also a "F" sticker on the right...

Alexander DE

2006-08-15 00:49

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Funny that Alain Delon never drove a Polski-Fiat.

Weasel1984 PL

2006-09-28 20:30

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I think that this "Made for France" isn't necessary, normal car, :D not in special version, like others imported from European countries to France.

bref FR

2006-09-28 20:41

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Back up lamp is orange/yellow instead of white to comply with french regulations of that time. Can't see yellow front light, but they ar for sure :D

Weasel1984 PL

2006-09-28 20:51

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bref wrote Back up lamp is orange/yellow instead of white to comply with french regulations of that time. Can't see yellow front light, but they ar for sure :D

So all cars from the import should have (F) plate. :D Alright, it isn't important. :D
BTW. these yellow headlights in "French" cars looked good.
Edit:
Anyway about the 125p, indeed it deserves for "F", as I've checked they had different dashboard.

-- Last edit: 2009-07-26 03:48:55

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