1971 fiat 500l




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    1971 fiat 500l

    1971 fiat 500l

    Yes, please keep me informed via e-mail about polls, news and offers from Classic Trader. Toggle vehicle navigation Fiat L Menu. The Neckar version of the was manufactured in Heilbronn under a complicated deal involving NSU , and was introduced in October Numerous trim, equipment, and performance versions are offered with a convertible body style available starting in Your real-time updates could not be connected.

    1971 fiat 500l

    1971 fiat 500l

    1971 fiat 500l

    1971 fiat 500l

    1971 fiat 500l

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    The Nuova , introduced in , served as Fiat's replacement for their legendary Topolino. The design was by Dante Giacosa and was a departure from its predecessor's essentially pre-war design.

    This new car featured unitary construction, an opening fabric roof and all-independent suspension. The air-cooed, overhead-valve twin engine was placed in the rear of the car and driven through a four-speed gearbox.

    1971 fiat 500l

    Toggle vehicle navigation Fiat L Menu. The Fiat was introduced in as a successor to the Topolino model. The designer was named Dante Giacosa, an individual who would later become an automotive legend for his contributions to the industry.

    The was a two-seater, rear engine, utility car that was built as an economical means of transportation void of luxury items or sports-car intentions. It featured a cc overhead valve engine mated to a four speed gearbox. With 13 horsepower the never set any land speed records. To help improve the performance of the , Carlo Abarth offered bolt-on aftermarket parts and accessories. These additions helped with increasing the horsepower and performance of the engine as well as improving the handling and making the vehicles more fun to drive and competitive on the streets.

    1971 fiat 500l

    In , the received 2 extra horsepower, bringing the total to Wind-up windows were now standard. From through , Fiat offered a Sport version. These Sport versions offered a 21 horsepower engine, and a one piece roof. The standard version had a fold-back sunroof. With more than four million produced during its twenty-year production run, the tiny Fiat was something to behold.

    Easy to spot by its rounded egg-like body, the Fiat filled a need for utilitarian transportation for the Italian masses when it was introduced in The post-war European market needed an affordable option, and the rear-engined Fiat was just the solution.

    The rear-engine design was taken from the Volkswagen Beetle and proved popular enough to be adopted by several other carmakers. The designer behind the was Dante Giacosa, who was famed for being one of the greatest designers in Fiat's history who not only dealt with the car design, but also had a big hand in the engineering.

    1971 fiat 500l

    A cheap and practical town car, the Nuova new was debuted in July and is considered one of the first city cars and lasted until Giacosa was extremely motivated to construct a car that packed more into a smaller space and he did this by making the engine mount at the rear side. It featured a smaller two-cylinder engine than all newer models, and produced just 13 bhp. It was one of three models that came with 'suicide doors'.

    A stylish Sport version of the Nuova came with a special red stripe and more power in the engine. With kart-like handling, the four-seat was powered by an air-cooled cc flat twin, which eventually was boosted to cc that gave 18 bhp.

    Fiat 500L del 1972



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