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    Fiat 126 as bycatch

    The Fiat 126 (type 126) was a (tight) four-seater city car with the rear engine, which was introduced by Fiat at the Turin Motor Show in October 1972 as a replacement for the Fiat 500. The 126 had the same wheelbase and many of the same mechanical parts and layout with the Fiat 500, with a revised, slightly larger body designed by Sergio Sartorelli. More

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    Half a motor, better than an empty cap

    It is often grumbled that 'nobody is doing anything anymore'. As with a lot of grumbling, this is not too bad. But some really 'do' a lot more than others. Harm Schrage is such a person. We came into contact with him through the fanfare. This is what he did. In his own words: More

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    The Moto Morini 350: the other V twin from Italy

    In the meantime, that Moto Morini 350 cc twin was the first design that Franco Lambertini drew for Moto Morini. And as beautiful as the engine was: Lambertini had meant nothing more or less with it than a high-quality, economical and reliable engine for daily use. Just as good, such a Moto Morini almost cost More