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1975 Fiat 124 Sport Spider [124CS]

1975 Fiat 124 Sport Spider [124CS] in Knight Rider, TV Series, 1982-1986 IMDB Ep. 2.05

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: IT — Made for: USA

1975 Fiat 124 Sport Spider [124CS]

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Silverstone UK

2006-08-01 17:59

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looks more like a Fiat 124 spider

jplemoine FR

2006-08-01 18:01

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Plus qu'Ó une MGB, c'est clair!

sixcyl FR

2006-08-01 18:03

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Fiat 124 Spider USA, date? ... in Europe (old :D ) it was 1967, I don't kow about the US

bref FR

2006-08-01 18:08

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With this bumper, after 1974 like most of little European and Japanese cars transformed in pseudo-monster. Just think at the rubber bumper Midget!

wickey SK

2006-08-01 18:11

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sorry guys, don't eat me alive :) it looked like MGB to me :)

Silverstone UK

2006-08-01 18:14

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I think it looks just as good with the bigger bumpers as in, it was just pretty before, then looked sporty

sixcyl FR

2006-08-01 18:24

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Silverstone wrote I think it looks just as good with the bigger bumpers as in, it was just pretty before, then looked sporty

..it doesn't improve the very nice former shape of the car, but some US adaptations had been much more offensive at this point of view (think about the poor MGB, but some Mercedes also...)

Silverstone UK

2006-08-01 18:29

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The Mercedes SL was complely Ruined! I do like american spec headlights though.The MGs were a bit weird too, but i still really like the Jubilee MGb GT

DIEHARD NL

2006-08-01 18:37

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sixcyl wrote
..it doesn't improve the very nice former shape of the car, but some US adaptations had been much more offensive at this point of view (think about the poor MGB, but some Mercedes also...)


For Seventies cars it was practical however..at least the plastic bumpers didn't rust whenever you scratched one....

Alexander DE

2006-08-01 19:00

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wickey wrote ... don't eat me alive :) ...


How about barbecued? ... or boiled? :D

wickey SK

2006-08-22 14:56

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another one in 2.16 *

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wickey SK

2006-09-28 23:57

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3.19 *

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