fiat 128 coupe gr 2 ex neri team
voici un petit resumé de l'histoire d'une fiat 128 coupe GR.2 de 1971 qui
appartient a "Luc Meyers"
a appartenu autrefois a F. Neri
moteur 1498cc alimenter par une injection mécanique a guillotine qui
delivre une puissance au banc de +ou-170cv avec un regime maxi de
Celui-ci est secondé par une boite 1000tr ALQUATI avec un pont court ou
long selon les cotes.
Elle est aussi equipée d'un tres performant pont auto bloquant ALQUATI
réglé a 75%.
La caisse est allégé au max et ressoudée totalement qui donne un poids
total de 720kg.
Elle repose sur un train roulant rigide totalement monté sur rotule UNIBOL
et assistées par des jantes en magnesium de 9 pouces de large
RRonTV FIAT 128 SL Sport Coupe 1973 very rare model
somewhere in Italy.
From Wikipedia: The Fiat 128 is a small family car marketed by the Italian
automotible manufacturer Fiat for model years 1969--1985 in two- and
four-door sedan and three-door station wagon variants. (A five-door
station-wagon (128-Rural) was produced in Argentina from 1971 but was never
offered in Europe.) A two-door sports-coupe (128 SL) joined the range in
1971, to be replaced in 1975 by a three-door sports coupe (128 3P). Rather
than a sport or convertible model carrying the 128 nameplate, the 128
running gear and engine were reconfigured for a mid-engined layout and
marketed as the Fiat X1/9.
With engineering by Dante Giacosa and engine design by Aurelio Lampredi,
the 128 was noted for its relatively roomy passenger and cargo volume —
enabled by a breakthrough innovation to the front-engine, front-drive
layout which became the layout "adopted by virtually every other
manufacturer in the world" for front-wheel drive. Fiat promoted in its
advertising that mechanical features consumed only 20% of the vehicle's
volume and that Enzo Ferrari drove a 128 as his personal vehicle." The
model was voted European Car of the Year for 1970.
3,107,000 examples were manufactured by Fiat from 1969 to 1985, along
with worldwide examples manufactured under license, including those by
Zastava, until 2001.
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. Also in 1971, the Sport Coupe, an all-new coupe body on a shortened
128 platform, was unveiled at the Turin Motor Show. On launch it was
available with both existing 128 engines. The 128 range underwent a
facelift in 1972, featuring a revised grille. 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. In 1976, the range
received new bumpers, rectangular headlights, taillights and dashboard as
well as modifications to the engines.
Production of all 128s except that of the base 1100 cc powered model ended
in 1979 after the introduction of the Fiat Ritmo/Strada in 1978. In 1980
production of the small three-door station wagon Panorama was dropped from
the range and 128 production finally ended in 1985.
Fiat 128 Sport Coupé -72 renovation
This is the renovation of my Fiat 128 Sport Coupe. We have had an exact
same modell since I was a child but it got way to rusty to put time in, so
when I was 18 I bought this one. The previous owner was half italian so it
was Ferarri red and had a Ferarri stickers slapped on the hood, the tail
lights where slaughtered and all chrome was gone. And the engine was as we
say in Sweden "Åt helvete" So this car is a frankenstein car of my dear
and rusty childhood car and the one I bought the summer -08. Im happy that
I have such a kind handy father who helped me do this, He isn't the best
teacher but he taught me some atleast=) And my brother who is a really good
auto painter:) What would I do without them... Just need some new rims and
headlights now, then it's in tip top shape:)
Music: Jónsi - Animal Arithmetic
Testamos a Fiat Strada Adventure 2014 e sua terceira porta
Em Mato Grosso do Sul, as picapes ganham cada vez mais fãs. Os mais jovens
que gostam do mundo off road tem na Fiat Strada um sonho de consumo. Por
isso, nossa avaliação com a versão Adventure 1.8 16v Locker Dualogic
não poderia ser feita em outro lugar, senão no fora de estrada. No vídeo
abaixo, você confere como foi nosso teste.