Well, all over, but mostly California. The USA classification covers any US car which I cannot place any more specifically. My apologies to the Fiatistas of Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, Switzerland and other points off these shores with more than the minimum of 124S cars, but when I started I didn't think to capture localities. And now that die is cast. Maybe the next iteration I'll get more specific.
But what's really interesting about these numbers is that the vast bulk of the cars are in California, but there is interest throughout the United States and through much of the world. Decapotavel in Brazil, eh? I THINK that works out as convertible, or maybe it's just headless, I'm not sure. I found as many Spiders for sale in the United Kingdom as I did in Canada, where you might expect a few more seeing as how Canada was a direct beneficiary of Fiat's distribution channel, whereas all UK cars are post-production imports. Salt?
So, while the craze for Spiders may have abated a bit in the UK, I think there is still the potential for some intrepid enthusiast with much deeper pockets than I to start moving some of those California creampuffs back East. Or for some Right Coasters to hit Disneyland, pick up a copy of the Recycler, and start shopping while the wife and children are going Goofy. (But, Judge, I didn't say Minnie was crazy, I said oh, never mind.) If you drive it back, you can deduct the airfare from the purchase cost won't that seal the deal with she who must be obeyed ?
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