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I knew all your flaws and loved you anyway. Everyone warned me about you. When I think of you, I only remember the good. #fiat #fiatspider #roadster #nostalgia #italiancars #lucaselecrical #fiatstories #classicfiat #fixitagaintony #nostalgia #keepitstock #dailydriver

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Fiat Dino Coupé 2400 (3) … A true Italian 👍🇮🇹👍 ========================= (1972, Fiat Dino Coupé ... The short story – extracts: In the mid 60's, Ferrari wanted to participate in the new Formula 2 class and the already developed Dino V6 engine was on the shelf. However, the new F2 homolegation rules required at least 500 copies produced annually. At that time, Ferrari had neither the capacity nor the finances to produce and sell so many sports cars. After negotiations with the newly appointed Fiat boss, Gianni Agnelli, Fiat agreed to help. The result of Fiat's efforts was the very beautiful Pininfarina designed Dino Spider and the elegant Coupé (as in my photos) designed by young Giorgetto Giugiaro at Bertone. Although the cars were developed in “record time” and with the use of several components from other Fiat cars, Fiat engineers managed to construct some highly successful sports cars. With the model change to the 2400 model (as in my photos), which was built in 2,398 units from April 1969 to June 1972, so many improvements came in comparison to the previous 2000 model that it was almost a new car. To mention some of the changes: the increase of the V6 engine (with 4 overhead camshafts) capacity to 2,418cc (by altering the bore and stroke to 92,5 mm x 60 mm) using a cast iron block instead of the previous aluminium one (180 hp). This made it vastly more tractable and wet sump lubrication along with an enlarged radiator and electronic ignition were intended to further enhance reliability. The 180 hp in the crisp engine could actually be turned up to about 8,000 rpm with a sound that revealed the racing engine with roots for Formula 2. But another change was also the adoption of the famous dog-leg ZF 5 speed manual coincided with a cable (rather than hydraulic) clutch ... and not to forget, on the ride/handling front, was the adoption of the Fiat 130’s fully independent rear suspension. The Fiat Dino 2400 Coupé is by many enthusiasts rated as the most complete of the Fiat Dino models, seen from a driving perspective ... Disclaimer: I might not personally know neither the owner nor the car, so I can’t guarantee the originality of the car in my photos).

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classiccarandi. Fiat 850 Spider (1968 to 1973). Designed and built by Bertone this is

Fiat 850 Spider (1968 to 1973). Designed and built by Bertone this is one of the nicest little convertibles. 850cc watercooled 4cyl engine in the back. These were not only popular in Europe but also in the US. #fiat #fiat850 #fiat850spider #fiatspider #fiatlove #convertible #classicfiat #italianclassic #vintagefiat #drivetastefully #drivevintage #fiatcabrio #cabrio #oldfiat #classiccarlovers #classiccarsworld #classiccar #classiccars #carshow #classiccarshow #vintagecar #vintagecars #oldtimer #oldtimertreffen #oldcar #70sstyle

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dolan_classics. 🇮🇹🍕🍒 FIAT 500 🍒🍕🇮🇹 This Stunning and Iconic Classic is the Mas

🇮🇹🍕🍒 FIAT 500 🍒🍕🇮🇹 This Stunning and Iconic Classic is the Mascot for the Famous Italian restaurant that is Salvis’s @salvismcr Which is Regularly seen buzzing around Manchester’s City’s Centre These little Fiat’s really are a delight to see and drive. Plus you can always fit it in your pocket 🇮🇹🍕👌😂 #dolanclassics #classiccars #classicfiat #fiat500 #salvis #salvismcr #italian #cuisine #iconic #tiny #bubblecar #canfitinyourpocket

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jasonshiers. Fiat Friday ! 🐼

Fiat Friday ! 🐼

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Fiat Dino Coupé 2400 (2) … A true Italian 👍🇮🇹👍 ========================= (1972, Fiat Dino Coupé ... The short story – extracts: In the mid 60's, Ferrari wanted to participate in the new Formula 2 class and the already developed Dino V6 engine was on the shelf. However, the new F2 homolegation rules required at least 500 copies produced annually. At that time, Ferrari had neither the capacity nor the finances to produce and sell so many sports cars. After negotiations with the newly appointed Fiat boss, Gianni Agnelli, Fiat agreed to help. The result of Fiat's efforts was the very beautiful Pininfarina designed Dino Spider and the elegant Coupé (as in my photos) designed by young Giorgetto Giugiaro at Bertone. Although the cars were developed in “record time” and with the use of several components from other Fiat cars, Fiat engineers managed to construct some highly successful sports cars. With the model change to the 2400 model (as in my photos), which was built in 2,398 units from April 1969 to June 1972, so many improvements came in comparison to the previous 2000 model that it was almost a new car. To mention some of the changes: the increase of the V6 engine (with 4 overhead camshafts) capacity to 2,418cc (by altering the bore and stroke to 92,5 mm x 60 mm) using a cast iron block instead of the previous aluminium one (180 hp). This made it vastly more tractable and wet sump lubrication along with an enlarged radiator and electronic ignition were intended to further enhance reliability. The 180 hp in the crisp engine could actually be turned up to about 8,000 rpm with a sound that revealed the racing engine with roots for Formula 2. But another change was also the adoption of the famous dog-leg ZF 5 speed manual coincided with a cable (rather than hydraulic) clutch ... and not to forget, on the ride/handling front, was the adoption of the Fiat 130’s fully independent rear suspension. The Fiat Dino 2400 Coupé is by many enthusiasts rated as the most complete of the Fiat Dino models, seen from a driving perspective ... Disclaimer: I might not personally know neither the owner nor the car, so I can’t guarantee the originality of the car in my photos).

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fmatt1. Another one stripped and ready for dipping. Will be interesting to see

Another one stripped and ready for dipping. Will be interesting to see if anything comes back haha. #middlebartongarage #fiat600 #classicfiat #fiat #restoration

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giutes_. Un plauso a questa arzilla citycar, una Fiat Uno Cs del 1989 di propri

Un plauso a questa arzilla citycar, una Fiat Uno Cs del 1989 di proprietà di @francescogermano92. Si tratta di una rara versione proveniente dal mercato brasiliano. Che dire, molto bella e ben tenuta 😊 ____________________________________________________ #dailycars #fiat #fiatunocs #uno50 #unofire #fiatpanda #brasile #vintagecars #classics #classicars #transfer_visions #streets_and_transports #autostoriche #automotive #autodepoca #ruoteclassiche #clubfiat #italianstyle #cargram #instacars #caroftheday #carburatori #italiancars #fiatlovers #carspotting #fiatclub #classicfiat #voituredecollection #voitureclassique #fiatclassic

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soulturntostone. Fiat 127, do you remember them? Don't know when i saw one in the stree

Fiat 127, do you remember them? Don't know when i saw one in the streets last time.... #fiat #fiattuning #fiat127 #fiatclassic #classicfiat #oldtimer #youngtimer

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Fiat Dino Coupé 2400 (1) … A true Italian 👍🇮🇹👍 ========================= (1972, Fiat Dino Coupé ... The short story – extracts: In the mid 60's, Ferrari wanted to participate in the new Formula 2 class and the already developed Dino V6 engine was on the shelf. However, the new F2 homolegation rules required at least 500 copies produced annually. At that time, Ferrari had neither the capacity nor the finances to produce and sell so many sports cars. After negotiations with the newly appointed Fiat boss, Gianni Agnelli, Fiat agreed to help. The result of Fiat's efforts was the very beautiful Pininfarina designed Dino Spider and the elegant Coupé (as in my photos) designed by young Giorgetto Giugiaro at Bertone. Although the cars were developed in “record time” and with the use of several components from other Fiat cars, Fiat engineers managed to construct some highly successful sports cars. With the model change to the 2400 model (as in my photos), which was built in 2,398 units from April 1969 to June 1972, so many improvements came in comparison to the previous 2000 model that it was almost a new car. To mention some of the changes: the increase of the V6 engine (with 4 overhead camshafts) capacity to 2,418cc (by altering the bore and stroke to 92,5 mm x 60 mm) using a cast iron block instead of the previous aluminium one (180 hp). This made it vastly more tractable and wet sump lubrication along with an enlarged radiator and electronic ignition were intended to further enhance reliability. The 180 hp in the crisp engine could actually be turned up to about 8,000 rpm with a sound that revealed the racing engine with roots for Formula 2. But another change was also the adoption of the famous dog-leg ZF 5 speed manual coincided with a cable (rather than hydraulic) clutch ... and not to forget, on the ride/handling front, was the adoption of the Fiat 130’s fully independent rear suspension. The Fiat Dino 2400 Coupé is by many enthusiasts rated as the most complete of the Fiat Dino models, seen from a driving perspective ... Disclaimer: I might not personally know neither the owner nor the car, so I can’t guarantee the originality of the car in my photos).

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dr_dex87. Similia similibus curantur

Similia similibus curantur

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elgrencho. Literalmente 0km después de 30 años.

#colombia #medellin #fiat #class

Literalmente 0km después de 30 años. #colombia #medellin #fiat #classicride #classic #vintage #classicfiat

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