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128 Rally

128 Rally (Italy, 1972)

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The Rally Edition of the Fiat 128 was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1971. It was based on the 2-door salon varian and was equipped with a stronger engine with a displacement of 1300 cc making a higher output of 67 bhp at 6200 rpm and a top speed of 150 km/h.

It also featured different gear box ratios, a servo-assisted braking system and new tyres to account for the increased performance.

Also the styling was modified, showing a different grille, supplementary lights, a broken-line bumper and twin rear lamps.

In 1972, the Rally variant saw some interior updates (new upholstery and  new steering wheel) and received a plastic cover for the fog lamp on the exterior. No changes in terms of performance were made.



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The Fiat 128 was introduced in 1969 as successor to the 1100 model, stayed in production until 1985 and was succeeded by the Fiat Ritmo. With its predecessor it shared the same engine displacement of about 1100, 1116 cc to be exact. Specific feature of the motor was its single overhead camshaft driven by a toothed belt. The engine was mounted transversly in the front-wheel-drive model, making it the first Fiat with this configuration, similar to the Autobianchi Primula. The engine was ...  more
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