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1980 Fiat Bertone X1/9
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fiat 128 coupè gr 2 kwz racing
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Bertone X1/9 Restoration Part 1
Beginning stages of a long term restoration project of my Dad's old 86 Bertone X1/9.





Fiat Abarth X1/9 2.0 16v
Fiat Abarth X1/9 2.0 16v prototipo replica made by Ove Thorkildsen, Vollen, Norway Music by Twilight Arise If you cold just take one second of your day and press the subscribe button (on the top of the page), you then will be able to see future videos from me on your youtube.





Midwest-Bayless Fiat X19 w/K20 Conversion 0-100mph
This is a demonstration of a Fiat X1/9 with K20 conversion in a standing start 0-100MPH. 0-60 5.5sec, 0-100 14 seconds.





(HD) SCC: Fiat 124 Sport Spider 1968 - Giro di Prova - Test Drive - Probefahrt - Prueba de maneja
We make these videos because we love cars. Please help us keep making them by liking our videos. Thank you very much! Recently we came across this beautiful Fiat 124 Sport Spider 1968 at The Gallery in Brummen, The Netherlands. This classic car dealer is one of the largest in the world. We took the car for a little spin! We love to hear your comments on our videos. Feel free to leave one! The 124 Sport Spider is a 2+2 convertible sports car marketed by Fiat from 1966 to 1980 -- having debuted at the November 1966 Turin Auto Show. Designed and manufactured by Italian carrozzeria Pininfarina, Fiat and Pininfarina continued to market the monocoque-bodied car as the 2000 Spider from 1979 to 1982. Pininfarina itself assumed the car's marketing from 1983 to the end of its production in 1985 -- as the Pininfarina Spider Azzura. The body of the car was designed and marketed by Pininfarina. The convertible body was designed by Tom Tjaarda, who used his earlier designs of Chevrolet Corvette "Rondine" and Ferrari 275 GTS. Several years later, in 1981, on the 50th anniversary of Pininfarina, this fact was further emphasized by producing a Fiat Spider 2000 Pininfarina 50th (Golden) Anniversary Edition. In 1972, a sports version of the Spider was revealed. This was required for a type-approval of its rally version, which earned some remarkable success. The models sold in showrooms were marked as 124 CSA (C-Spider-Abarth). The vehicle had a capacity of 128 hp. In three years, Fiat manufactured less than 1,000 CSA models, which were intended for sale to individual clients. Apart from the Fiat Spider 2000 Pininfarina 50th (Golden) Anniversary Edition, this is one of the versions most eagerly sought by collectors. The car was sold in Europe and the U.S. from its introduction until the 1975 model year when it was modified to comply with new U.S. regulations and no European version was produced. Sales in Europe resumed when Pininfarina took over production in 1983 under the name Pininfarina Europa Spider.[3] The Sports Spider and the Fiat 124 Coupé shared the numeric portions of their name with the 124 sedan along with much of their running gear -- and, in the case of the Coupé, a shared platform. The Sports Spider utilized a shorter platform along with a shorter wheelbase, and in contrast to the Pinifarina styled and manufactured Spider, Fiat designed and manufactured the Coupé in-house.





Fiat X1/9 K20 Conversion from Midwest-Bayless Italian Auto
Another satisfied customer is about to receive his 1976 Fiat X1/9 with Acura 2.0L K20 driveline conversion. This car has a K20Z1 engine, 6-Speed transaxle, and Hondata KPro engine management that provides about 240HP! Midwest-Bayless specializes in Fiat and Lancia parts, service, restoration and racing, and can build a turn-key Fiat X19 conversion project for you. Call us for more information at 1-800-241-1446, or check out www.midwest-bayless.com.





The fastet Hill Climb Car of the World
Maybe not the fastest... BUT The fastest FIAT I have ever seen :D This Car was so damn fast, it was 8 Seconds faster than any other Car at this track! Original Video by Roystorm17. You can buy the Race DVD's here in best quality: http://www.dorvyd.it/Homepage.html Abonnieren/Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/Dnaracer01?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RaceNFun Website: http://www.raceandfuntv.de/ ----------------------------------------------------- The Air Intake looks like a Formula 1 Intake and the engine revs over 10.000rpm. Absolutly Awesome, the Cars wight was under 600KG and the Power of the engine nearly 300Hp. Another Great Hill Climb Racer - George Plasa - died this year, he was the record breaker of several hill climbs in Europe. Please hold him in memory with his great Drivingstyle and his Bmw Judd V8 Engine. (Formula 1 like engine)





1989 Bertone/Fiat X1/9.
The replacement for the tiny but beautiful Fiat 850 Spider began production in 1972. Spurred by the entry of the mid engine VW/Porsche 914, Fiat took the engine and drive train of the Fiat 128 sedan mounted it mid ship and created an affordable and fun Targa top great handling light weight sports car. Based on a show car concept of the Autobianchi Runabout. Designed by Marcello Gandini of Bertone and was shown at the 1969 Turin Motor Show. The car featured a mid-mounted Fiat 128 engine and gearbox. The wedge shape design took many styling cues from contemporary power-boat designs. And the distinctive head lamps were mounted on the roll over bar. The prototype was a serious proposal at the time and became the bases of the Fiat X1/9. Designed from the onset with US future safety rules in mind the car was an instant success in spite of Fiat's spotty reliability record. Priced right and economical to operate some 140,000 were built by Fiat and the last 20,000 by Bertone. From Wikipidea. US Sales of X1/9s The X1/9 underwent three generations in the USA: 1974 cars, 1975-78 cars, and 1979-87 cars. 1974 USA examples aligned closely with worldwide models, including small bumpers, 1290cc engine, and 4-speed transmission. 1975-78 USA cars were unique to the US market with "ladder-style" impact absorbing bumpers front and rear. To meet USA evaporative and Exhaust emission standards, X1/9's were fitted with Exhaust gas recirculation valves, air pumps and an activated charcoal system. These cars were rated at 63HP. In 1979 USA cars received an increase in displacement to 1498cc and a 5-speed transmission. 1979 USA cars retained the previous emission controls. Model years 1980 and 1981 saw a transition from carburetion to Bosch L-Jetronic fuel injection, with the changeover coming in 1980 for cars sold in California and a gradual changeover for "federal" cars from late 1980 to 1981 model years. The combination of Fuel Injection (FI), a catalytic converter and unleaded gasoline allowed these cars to meet California and later federal emission standards. FI cars were rated at 75HP. In 1979 USA X1/9s also received both exterior and interior revisions including integrated bumpers front and rear, as well as a new front grille and airdam. The instrument panel and dash redesign moved the heating and ventilation controls from the center console up to the main dash, relocated the radio into the center dash area, moved the fuse panel from the area above the driver's left knee to the area above the passenger's footwell where the glovebox was, and moved the glovebox atop the dash. During 1982, Fiat ended its presence in the USA. Fiat turned over marketing and support of the X1/9 to International Automobile Importers, Inc., headed up by Malcolm Bricklin, and turned over full production duties to Bertone. 1983 was a transition year for the orphaned X1/9, which thereafter was sold as the "Bertone X1/9." IAI and Bertone continued to update the X1/9, such as providing rust protection, revised seating to accommodate taller drivers, and a modernized electrical system for 1984 models. US sales of the X1/9 took a nose dive in the final few years, and 1987 was the last year that IAI imported X1/9s to the USA.





Fiat X1/9 on Lobethal Road - Best Driving Roads Christmas Special
It's that time of year again - Christmas is upon us! For this special episode of Best Driving Roads, we take a mid-engined Italian sports car on one of the best roads through the Adelaide hills on a quest to find the little town of Lobethal to enjoy the spectacular Christmas lights show! Special thanks to Andrew and http://www.anygivenreason.com Music: United States Marine Band - We Wish You a Merry Christmas (Public Domain, downloaded from http://freemusicarchive.org/music/United_States_Marine_Band/Holiday_Music_S elections/we_wish_you_a_merry_christmas) Check us out on Facebook! www.facebook.com/BestDrivingRoads Merry Christmas!





Fiat X1/9 Dallara 16V - Franz Koob - 16. Glasbachrennen 2011
Fiat X1/9 Dallara 16V - Franz Koob - 16. Glasbachrennen 2011





Hillclimb offroad incident - nice drift Touring cars - Bergrennen St. Ursanne Vol. 1
Remastered MPZ Classic Video of the 2004 Hillclimb St. Ursanne / Switzerland. Stay tuned for all 10 clips of this race. Cars in video: Golf 2 - Offroad incident BMW M3 E30 Fiat x1/9 Renault Clio - Offroad incident Peugeot 205 GTI Golf GTI Fiat UNO turbo VW Polo Audi 50 Fiat x1/9 - nice drifting Toyota AE86 Corolla Levin - Offroad incident Toyota AE86 Corolla Levin - Offroad incident Toyota AE86 Corolla Levin




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1976 Fiat X19 Bertone: 9.518 @ 144.000
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1979 Fiat X19 : 11.680 @ 124.900
Iceman, Engine: 1398, Turbos: Garrett GT28 Tires: Matador 210/560 r13


1982 Fiat X19 : 11.872 @ 113.750
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1977 Fiat X19 : 13.040 @ 112.000
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1982 Fiat X19 : 15.540 @ 86.000
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