Cheap Fiat 124/2000

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Cheap Fiat 124/2000

Post by SMS44 » Thu Oct 20, 2016 6:53 pm

Hi everybody,
New here.
I need help getting rid of some Fiats.

1st one is a 1974. No title. Mainly parts car for suspension, glass, doors and what not. No engine. Does have 5 speed in car.
$50. No joke. It has to go. Hard Top has been sold.

2nd one is a 1983 Pininfarina. Fairly solid. No title. Has engine(missing f.i.) and 5 speed. Has AC. Top is in fair condition except for one small rip. Ok wheels etc. missing interior pcs. $150. Has to go.
Can PM or text 765-543-0042.

!!!!!!!!!!!! Both are gone now. !!!!!!!!
Im in Lafayette Indiana.
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Re: Cheap Fiat 124/2000

Post by fp55scca » Thu Oct 20, 2016 7:39 pm

--Scott, I'd say your in the right place (racer's forum) for these chassis. Prices are more than fair for the parts. Too bad the Pininfarina hardtop sold! :D

--Interesting modifications to the '74, particularly the rockers, fender wells, and the tail light mods. What was the objective of the project?

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Re: Cheap Fiat 124/2000

Post by SMS44 » Fri Oct 21, 2016 7:50 pm

Vision in my late Father's head I guess. Abarth styling ?
He was a factory trained Fiat mechanic in the late 1960's to when they pulled out. We've owned it since the early '80's and I've never seen it driven. Always sat in the work shop. Makes me raise my eye balls when I look at it.
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Re: Cheap Fiat 124/2000

Post by SimcaBertone66 » Sat Oct 22, 2016 11:43 am

Hi
The Pinnin top is worth some serious $$ ....way more than the 150 you are asking. Just a heads up no interest, but I would pay for a early 124 Diff... I need a donor to convert to a LSD for my race car
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Re: Cheap Fiat 124/2000

Post by SMS44 » Sat Oct 22, 2016 2:50 pm

Believe I may have just posted on your ad about the diff.
While car is yours for $50!
If not do you need diff. shipped?
Yes hard top is worth some coin and it's been sold to a good home. Like I stated these cars have to go as I'm bringing others home to sell.

Scott
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Re: Cheap Fiat 124/2000

Post by SimcaBertone66 » Sat Oct 22, 2016 4:07 pm

Scott let me know what $$ you need for the diff and shipping. I am in NY
Thanks and I read your post more carefully and see the top is sold.... hope you got a [expletive] load of money.
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Re: Cheap Fiat 124/2000

Post by SMS44 » Sun Oct 23, 2016 7:11 am

Blue Fiat has been sold!
Thanks Mike!
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Re: Cheap Fiat 124/2000

Post by mikehynes » Tue Oct 25, 2016 12:51 pm

I had no idea that an '83 was so different from the '80s I have now. Battery in different loc, windshield washer fluid in different loc, no back seat.

BTW - If anyone is looking for rare florescent pink wheel center caps for the 14" wheels let me know...; )
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Re: Cheap Fiat 124/2000

Post by SMS44 » Fri Oct 28, 2016 7:25 am

Those are rare ;)
Going to start cutting up the primered '74 this weekend.
Anyone looking for parts?
Diff spoken for.
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Re: Cheap Fiat 124/2000

Post by davery » Thu Nov 10, 2016 7:59 pm

I didn't realize any of the 83's came with moveable vent windows and the mirror mounted on the door. I thought all 83-85's had the mirror on the nonmoveable vent glass. I guess someone could of made a switch to the earlier design.
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