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The Fiat 124 and 125 were the last cars on which the Italian coachbuilders set up real custom cars, before the sunset of this type of car.
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The Fiat 124 and 125 were the last cars on which the Italian coachbuilders set up real custom cars, before the sunset of this type of car.

In parallel, however, they were widely used as bases for racing cars, starting from the rallies, which were spreading right up to the single-seaters in those years. In addition to the famous Abarth Formula Italia, in fact, there have been many national formulas around the world that have used engines 124 and 125 (or cars built under Fiat license in different countries), from the Soviet Formula Vostok to the Formula Seat 1430 in Spain, up to South America.

Lots of pictures with captions in Italian/English.

Products specifications
Binding Softbound
Pages 142
Size cm. 21x30
Publishing Date 2020
Text Italian
Photos 307 COL e B/W
ISBN 9788896796641
Author Sannia Alessandro
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