1979 fiat x19




1979 fiat x19

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    1979 fiat x19

    1979 fiat x19

    Fiat Monthly Sales Volume. CS1 Italian-language sources it Interlanguage link template link number All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from August Fiat began marketing a right-hand drive variant in I could borrow it most anytime.

    1979 fiat x19

    1979 fiat x19

    1979 fiat x19

    1979 fiat x19

    1979 fiat x19

    Stored 20 Years: Fiat X1/9

    The only problem is, three of the four are under the knife in some fashion and the fourth has a dead battery. Few remain, however, in as nice of condition as this one.

    They went so far as to replace the carpeting and refinish the seats, so some money has been thrown at it — but was it in the right places? Still, this feels like it could be a solid, rust-free Midwest car underneath all that fresh paint, but the next owner will have to explore the seriousness of the mechanical issues and get a feel as to why the seller chose not to address those needs.

    1979 fiat x19

    My one experience with these was an example that had been abused to death…it was for sale cheap and we got it running before we decided to pass on it. Someone had welded a hitch to the front bumper and used it to lower boats into the water. The front shock towers being cracked were the least of its problems.

    Not to mention the early examples tended to dissolve on contact with moisture. Mine never ran right. His wiring harness caught fire and burned up.

    1979 fiat x19

    A fella I used to work with bought one new and he was grinning ear to ear on the first day he drove it to work. Then on several occasions he hopped in it to head off to work after having parked it the night before with it running fine and the darn thing would not hit a lick. Finally he was driving it in to work one morning and had to bail on the car as an electrical fire later determined had ensued. Within 6 months rust was showing through the paint.

    He never drove the car in rain or snow. To say these cars are rust prone is an understatement. Still ran like a bandit though! The only real problem these cars ever had were owners who failed to maintain them. Rust is an issue not only with vintage Italian cars. Those that own Mercedes G-wagons in coastal areas or not so dry climates will agree.

    My father had a Estate, two door station wagon. It was a cool little car but my dad sold it before I could get my little grubby hands on it. This one is quite overpriced given the issues needing to be addressed.

    1979 fiat x19

    This was the only Fiat that made any sense to me. Too bad, it really had everything. They were faster than the , and handle like nothing else. I dated a girls that had one of these in Every time we went out something else broke on her car.

    It was amazing how terrible her cars was. That dash and steering wheel…. I can hardly look at it now, let alone everyday if it was mine. Nice shape of the body, though. A friend had one. Green with saddle interior. I could borrow it most anytime. When it was right.

    MotorWeek



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