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    Fiat 127. Memories of an icon

    One of the most successful Superminis of the 127s is celebrating its fiftieth birthday this year. The Fiat 1971 became the 1983 Car of the Year and within three years the counter had already reached one million copies produced. Until 127, Fiat built the XNUMX in Italy, divided into three generations. Reason enough More

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    Alfetta and Tozzi. The car and the artist come together

    Associating cars with music. I've always done that myself, and mostly unconsciously. This sometimes led to remarkable combinations that were given new impetus thanks to the program The Best of 50 Years of TopPop. More later, and as said: in the magazine. Now I was thinking, among other things, of an adventure with the Alfa Romeo Alfetta, More

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    The first generation of the Fiat 127. A success number

    Using existing technology and incorporating it into a new, contemporary and modern coat. In fact, that was the starting point when designing the Fiat 127, which will be shown to the world in March 1971. This 112s Italian supermini sits on an enlarged platform of the equally popular AXNUMX More

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    Fiat 127

    As early as 1947, Dante Giacosa, the brilliant boss of the design department working at Fiat, had applied for patents for his invention, a car with a transverse front engine and gearbox. His close associate Carlo Salamano, chief test driver at that Italian car manufacturer, hated front-wheel drive cars and criticized any attempt to do anything with them. More