1988 Fiat 126


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    45 684 km / 28 387 mi
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1988 Fiat 126P FL
Year: 1988
Make: Fiat
Model: 126P FL
Body: 2-Door Coupe LHD
Odometer: Indicating 45,684 kms
Engine: 704cc 2-cylinder, four stroke
Transmission: Manual
Colour: Brown/Black
Seats: 4
- 126P LHD badged Polski Fiat
- Rare larger capacity 704cc (650cc standard)
- Presenting original
- Successor to the Fiat 500

Featuring the 704cc 2-cylinder, four stroke engine, the Polski Fiat 126p offered 19KW of motive power. This exclusive engine displacement was only available to examples manufactured from 1987-1991. Pulled through a 4-speed manual transmission, this Hatchback was the car to own at the time. The uniquely designed engine was placed in the rear and the cabin offered a seating capacity of four.

An exterior finished in orange, the paintwork presents well for its age. It features the Italian designed rims that were later acquired by the Polish and offers a basic level of class as both an economic and moderately powered performance hatch.

The cabin showcases an ideal design of a family hatch produced in the eighties. The highly desirable black on black setting inside this example contrasts well with the revamped dash design over the leathered seats. An example presenting in this condition is rare European release of an iconic Hatch Fiat 126P.

The 'Polski Fiat' 126p saw its basic production between 1973 and 1992 with an entry level engine displacement. They were small economy city cars with an engine mounted in the rear. Their release stood as the successor to the earlier Fiat 500 and showcased a modernised release. Polski Fiats were produced in Bielsko-Biala, Poland and were manufactured with a 652cc engine but offered later during production with a 704cc engine. Due to the low price, these were arguably the most popular car in Poland in the 80's. The most identifiable visual feature of the Polish release was the letter P that finished after the 126.

With the same mechanical underpinnings of the 500 series, these cars were known for reliability and economy at release. Throughout the 80's, the 126P were continually modified to include upgraded brakes, wheels, and new hazard lights. The exterior saw a facelift, now fitted with plastic bumpers and featured a revamped dashboard. The 1988 release saw an electronic ignition system and alternator that replaced the well known 'undersized generator' these examples were previously fitted with.

Chassis: SUF126A0019322405

Sold unregistered

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Lloyds stock #100961+1518