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FIAT 128 two door rally replica
(1976, Vendido, Gasolina)

Rally Replica
Preço
€ 3.500,00
Potência (cv)
-
Cilindrada (cc)
1.372
Quilómetros
88.000
Cor
Verde

The Fiat 128 is a small family car manufactured by the Italian manufacturer Fiat from 1969 to 1985. The 128 was an advanced and influential design that pioneered the front-wheel-drive revolution at Fiat. The 128 has a transverse-mounted engine, however, the significant breakthrough with the 128 was the use of unequal length drive shafts which allowed the engine and gearbox to be located side by side, a layout which has since become ubiquitous for small cars. The 128 was voted European Car of the Year for 1970, and continued to be acclaimed by the press throughout its lifetime: the magazine Road & Track placed the 128 above the Datsun B210, Toyota Corolla, Mazda 808, and Subaru, praising it as a "driver's car with excellent brakes and outstanding handling". The 128 was the first car to feature the all-new Fiat SOHC engine, an engine design which was considerably advanced for its time, featuring an aluminium alloy cylinder head with a direct overhead camshaft driven by a rubber toothed belt. Initially, the 128 was available as a two door sedan, four door sedan or station wagon. The car was only available with a 1116 cc engine on launch, though the 2-door-only 128 Rally edition launched in 1971 used a 1290 cc unit. The 128 range underwent a revamp in 1972, featuring a range of minor changes inside and out; pre and post revamp cars can be distinguished by their differing radiator grilles. 1974 saw the launch of the 128 Special, which used the Rally engine in a four-door sedan body. In 1975 the 128 3P (3-door) Berlinetta replaced the Sport Coupe. The range was overhauled in 1976 with an array of exterior and interior changes including new bumpers and rectangular headlights as well as modifications to the engines. Production of all 128s except that of the base 1100 cc powered model ceased in 1979 after the introduction of the Fiat Ritmo/Strada in 1978, whilst in 1980 a small three-door station wagon Panorama was dropped from the range. Production finally ceased in 1985. The 128 running gear and engine was used for the Fiat X1/9 sports car, where the entire front-wheel drive train, suspension and engine was moved to the rear of the car to provide a mid-engined layout. Exemplar raro e em excelente estado. Mecânica totalmente revista com escape de maior diametro completo, suspensão nova endurecida e ligeiramente rebaixada, jantes "momo" de época, pneus novos, discos perfurados, volante e cubo "raid", conta-rotações, etc. Motor 1372cc, carburador Weber 32 duplo corpo.