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Old 12-06-2004   #1
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THE BEST FIAT EVER

Which is the best fiat? according to it's era obviously...

i'm talking about quality fore the time too... not just your favourite!

PS... i can only post ten choices sorry!:)
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there all best for diffrent reasons, except the tipo that sucks:D

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go the cinq:D[8D]

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Where's the 131 Mirafiori Supersport?

Or the 127 1300 GT?

Or the 128 3P?

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how can you miss out the original 500?

850 Spider would take my vote if it were up there



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Thats an awful list! There is only 1 or 2 from that which could even get close to a top 10.

500
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2300s Coupe
850 & 850 Coupe
124
Dino 2400
128 Rallye & 3P
130 Coupe
127 Sport
131 Mirafiori Sport (or Supamirafiori 1.6TC)
X1/9
Strada 130TC Abarth
Panda
124 Spyder
Tipo Sedicievalvole
Multipla (MK1 and MK2)

Not all these are everyones taste, but are great Fiats for their puropse and market sector. I am not saying that the cars on the list are no good - just the list is!:D

Alfa Romeo 156 2.4 JTD (210BHP)
Fiat Punto JTD (130BHP)
Fiat Barchetta

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Yeah, but the Stilo is an all time great! ;)
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I'd take any of those from Nige's list. Preferably the aforementioned 850 Spider, plus the 130TC and the Dino 2400.



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You don't like the Barchetta then, nige?

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lol, fair case - I missed my own current cars off the list ;-)

Alfa Romeo 156 2.4 JTD (210BHP)
Fiat Punto JTD (130BHP)
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Taking your quality for its time I voted Tipo, because it was the first galvanised mainstream car, it drove far better than the competition (remember the Mk 3 and 4 escort, astra, montego etc), and generally is a good family car. The Uno was nowt special, the cinq was made from papier mache and the list itself is pants!
However, the new Panda in terms of quality, refinement, ride, handling and general aura is, in my opinion the best Fiat yet:D

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Quote Quote:
Originally posted by alfanige
Thats an awful list! There is only 1 or 2 from that which could even get close to a top 10.

500
600
2300s Coupe
850 & 850 Coupe
124
Dino 2400
128 Rallye & 3P
130 Coupe
127 Sport
131 Mirafiori Sport (or Supamirafiori 1.6TC)
X1/9
Strada 130TC Abarth
Panda
124 Spyder
Tipo Sedicievalvole
Multipla (MK1 and MK2)

Not all these are everyones taste, but are great Fiats for their puropse and market sector. I am not saying that the cars on the list are no good - just the list is!:D
Both the Ritmo/Strada 130 TC and the Tipo 2.0 Sedicivalvole are beast in a sheep's clothes. I'd vote for them.

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From the first list the Panda. My all-time favourite Fiat would be the Strada 130 TC Abarth or a 131 Abarth in full rally trim. [8D]

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I have to agree with a couple of you, the 2.0 tipos were amazing bits of kit and what about the Couple 2.0 turbo?

What the hell was that! common cry of other road users as the doblo over takes up a hill fully laiden at 90
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