This car was assembled in Portugal by the former SOMAVE (sociedade de montagem de automóveis). I bought it to my wife (Elizabete) 3 months ago and she is it second owner. The last owner kept it with care and use it only on Sundays. This 128 is on original conditions and it only needs the original stock side wing mirrors and a new paint.
We have another 128 but it has a lot of rust and need some repairs, I need some time to fix it on my friends repair shop, A. Boavida & Cidra in my village Cacém which is near the famous Portuguese village Sintra.
August 1, 2002: It's restored, but I'm still looking for a new dashboard.
These are some of the photos of the 128 and "his family".
The original fender
128 in front of the Padrão dos Descobrimentos monument
128 stock engine
128 in front of Vera Cruz (the first Portuguese hydroplane that cross the Atlantic ocean in 1922, piloted by Gago Coutinho e Sacadura Cabral)
128 near the Tejo River
128 alone in front of the T Club
Me and the 128
My wife and my daughter in front of the T Club
João Ludovice & Elizabete Ludovice JFLUDOVICE@hotmail.com