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Fiat 128
Fiat replaced its ageing Fiat 1100 with the all new Fiat 128 launched in Spring 1969. The front engine front wheel drive mechanics had been previewed on the Autobianchi Primula, but the 128 was the first Fiat-badged car to go front wheel drive. An 1116cc overhead cam engine powered the 128, but in 1971 a 1290cc version was given to the 'Rally' 128 (and subsequently to the Fiat X1/9). At the Salon di Torino Fiat showed the new Sport Coupe which was available with either engine. The Sport Coupe was remodelled for 1975 with an opening rear hatch and renamed the '128 3P' (3-door).
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Fiat 128 3P. Earlier 128 Sport Coupes had single rectangular lamp units.

Fiat 128 3P front
Fiat 128 3P. The Fiat 128 3p (and Sport Coupe before it) sat on a shortened version of the 128 berlina chassis. The Coupes had a number of front grilles, which twin round lamps or earlier single rectangular.

Fiat 128 3P rear
Fiat 128 3P. The VW Golf had given the hatchback format new poularity, so in 1975 Fiat took the 128 Sport Coupe back to development and opened up its back to create the 128 3P ('3 doors)

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Fiat 128 3P. Although the Sport Coupe body had been introduced for the Fiat 128 at Turin in 1971, the 3P was introduced in 1975. An opening rear hatch was the biggest change for the 3P.

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