1978 fiat spider convertible

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Images are general in nature and may not reflect the specific vehicle selected. Since the s, Fiat had marketed a series of attractive convertibles Spiders in the U. They were generally a lower price and lower performance alternative to Alfa Romeo Spiders. The last series sold in the U. First known as the Spider, when introduced in , the car sported a cc DOHC four-cylinder engine that over the years went up and down in displacement several times, with most of the cars sold in the U. Fuel injection was added to California cars first in and to the other 49 State cars later that year.

Fiat 124 Sport Spider

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The was designed by world renown Italian coach builder, Pininfarina. This sporty little convertible debuted in at the Turin Auto Show and was made available to the European and US market. The cars were small but very capable sports cars that were fun to drive. The interiors were roomy and well appointed compared to other cars in its class, and the Pininfarina body design would prove timeless. The Fiat spider offered here is a very tidy example that sports what appears to be an all original interior showing just miles on the odometer.

1978 Fiat 124 Spider: Disposable Sports Car #11

After writing about that gorgeous Alfa Romeo Duetto the other day, I got to thinking: there are a lot of ways to enjoy sleek European styling and a sonorous dual overhead cam motor combined with open air motoring. Until now. In many ways, choosing between the Fiat and the Alfa was really down to preference.
The Fiat Sport Spider is a convertible sports car marketed by Fiat for model years Designed by and manufactured at the Italian carrozzeria Pininfarina factory, the monocoque , front-engine, rear drive Sport Spider debuted at the November Turin Auto Show with styling by Tom Tjaarda. Fiat later marketed the car as the Spider After being retired by FIAT, Pininfarina continued the production of the model under his own brand as Pininfarina Spider Azzurra for the North American market and Pininfarina Spidereuropa for the European market for three more years, from August until AS models had a torque tube transmitting power to the rear wheels; this crack-prone design was replaced by a trailing-arm rear axle with the second series BS during — which was manufactured alongside the AS for the first six months of