On the Turin Autoshow of 1966, the 124 saloon was introduced. Production of the Italian 124 saloon ceased in 1974.
The 124 Spider was designed and built by
Sales ended in Europe in 1975; then car was only sold in the USA. When in 1981 Pininfarina took over the whole production process the car was sold in the USA as the Pininfarina Spider Azzura, while in Europe the car was reintroduced as the Pininfarina Spidereuropa. Production finally ended in 1985, after a 19 year production run!
The 124 Coupé was introduced in Turin in 1967 and built by Fiat until 1975 and Seat (Spain) until 1977.
Today the 124 Saloon isn't considered a collectable in Europe, because the similar looking and still built Russian Lada is considered crap (even by Fiat owners :-). Driving a 124 saloon will make people think one drives a Lada...
|Fiat Dual Point Tune-Up||Thad Kirk|
|Fiat 124 Sport Spider (German/English)|
|James Seabolts' FIAT Website||James Seabolt|
|Ramzi's Fiat Page||Ramzi|
|Matt Rogers' Spider Page||Matt Roger|
|Chris's Fiat Page||Chris|
Fiats & Jags|
(Buyers guide and Online manual)
|Bruce's Spider||Bruce Matthews|
|Fiat Resources Page||?|
|My Fiat, a 1973 124 Spider||Vincent Gulley|
|Fiat Spider Project Page||?|
|Alessandro's Junkbox!! (Japanese)||Kotaro Jinushi|
|L'Association Berline Coupé et Cabriolet FIAT 124 130 850||Alexandre Nezeys Tacconi|
|Fiat 124 Coupe pictures (courtisy of the FLCC)|
|Fiat 124 TC||Bruce Matthews|
with internet presence
|Fiat Spider Register Nederland||
c/o Hans Vos|
8166 KC Emst
|Fiat 124 Spider Club e.V. Deutschland||?|
without internet presence
|Registro Nazionale Fiat 124 Sport Spider||
c/o Alberto Brancolini|
via Loschi, 44/A
|Fiat 124 Spider-Club||
c/o Bachmann Jürg|
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