Fiat 124 Spider Convertible
The Fiat 124 Spider debuted in 1966 and was an affordable way to
have Italian sports car performance at a lower price. The stunning
Pininfarina coachwork and body sat on the these little classics,
like the 1982 Fiat 124 we have at Adventure Classics are suddenly
becoming highly collectable pieces of Italian livery.
Engine & Drivetrain
The 2.0-liter fuel-injected motor is this car's factory original
equipment. The dual overhead camshaft has a low-end power surge
that just loves revving and has a great exhaust note.
It is a tight handling car with well-balanced suspensions that love
windy roads. They even kept up with some of the most modern
features like the 3-speed automatic transmission and great
It rides on the factory alloy wheels and low-profile black wall
The interior is original and in great shape with its blue bucket
seats, real wood dash, and Veglia instruments that have crisp
markings and an elegant simplicity that was a hallmark of the
The original radio has been replaced by a newer AM/FM/CD stereo
head unit mounted in the factory dash slot and there is two seats
in back to provide room for packages or maybe one or two passengers
for very short trips, and there is a tan convertible top that's
stows in seconds.
Our Fiat wears the original shade of blue paint, this little
Italian still draws stares and compliments as a wonderful vintage
roadster in the purest Italian style, and the Pininfarina design
looks expensive especially when you see the exclusive Pininfarina
badges on the lower quarter panels that only these got.
The sharp 1982 Fiat 124 we have here at Adventure Classics is a
true Italian delight and fun to drive!
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