Description: There's always been something about the classic convertible that makes every element of driving an even more enjoyable experience. Yes, it's great to have the wind blowing in your hair while...
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Macoy Pizzute Aug 25, 2012
I have an all original 1981 Spider. It is truly one of my all time favorite cars ever made. It's so easy to work on and it's like a go kart in the corners. Truly an awesome and cheap drivers car.
Description: Along with many British automakers, Fiat also had their own fun convertible, called the 124 Sport Spider. First hitting the market in 1966, the 124 Sport Spider was a 2+2 convertible that was designed...
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Description: By 1980 a Bosch fuel injection system replaced the older Weber carburetors. A supercharged and more expensive version also existed, but was only available in Europe. When it arrived stateside, the 124...
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Wyatt Gordon Aug 25, 2012
who in the hell, would want an automatic in a lightweight italian roadster?
Description: Abarth modified the car for Group 4 rally duty and it went on to a decent career of wins in the early and mid-Seventies. By 1982, it was clear to Fiat that the aging 124 Sport Spider was nearing the e...
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Paul Lissona Aug 27, 2012
Yah they are, chrome looks great.
Nick Ricci Aug 26, 2012
Only our government could do that to such a classic car. Those bumpers are just horrifying.
Description: While it's not uncommon to see some still on the road, we were pleasantly surprised to find this one up for sale on eBay in relatively good condition. This 1980 124 Sport Spider 2000 has just 79,...
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Description: For a Fiat that's more than 30 years old, this 124 Sport Spider is in nice shape and its Pininfarina-designed body still looks fabulous today. It has a "Buy it Now" price of only $6,900...
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