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News: DO YOU REMEMBER THE FIAT 850 COUPE?

‘There are three types of GT’ proclaimed Fiat GB in 1968. The ones that are little more than an ordinary saloon cars, nicely packaged. The ones that are hot but leave you cold aesthetically. And the ones that are real stoppers to look at – real goers when you get behind the wheel. In short, cars such as the 124 Coupe and the 850 Coupe – latter representing ‘11’ 10” of sheer excitement’.

News: FREDDY HARRIS AND HIS TWO MK. I FIAT PANDAS

Fiat GB marketed the original Panda as “The car that ‘knocks spots off its rivals”, and today they are as rare as a watchable episode of East Enders.

News: THE ALFA ROMEO 164 – A CELEBRATION

By any standards, the 164 is a very special motor-car. It was the last of the “Tipo 4/Type 4” family, predated by the Fiat Croma, Lancia Thema and the Saab 9000. It was also the last Alfa Romeo developed before the Fiat takeover of 1986 and one of its generation’s finest sports saloons.

Classic Fiat Insurance

Why choose Lancaster for a Fiat insurance quote? Lancaster has been arranging classic car insurance since 1984 and Fiat cars have formed a large part of our policies. These cars have been around for a long time and have become a great purchase for people. Not only do Fiat’s have that classic aura about them, they also have a timeless feel which is tough to match. We understand that when it comes to taking out an insurance policy on your Fiat, money is a deciding factor. We have built great relationships with car clubs and partners to provide as many benefits and discounts that we can to try and get the costs down a little.

News: MARK CLINTON’S FIAT 130 BERLINAS

As a child growing up in rural Hampshire in the early 1970s, there was a select group of cars that seemed to exemplify an impossibly remote world of glamour. Admittedly, I was raised in a village where Marty Wilde was still regarded as a young Teddy Boy and watching BBC2 a sign of dangerous radicalism. The fact that my family ran a succession of near wrecks also shaped my views concerning automotive excellence. At that time I classed any vehicle where the passenger door did not actually fall off as a “luxury car”.

News: Do You Remember - The Fiat 133

First point – despite the presence of Ms. Ursula Andress, a SEAT 133 conveys not one iota of glamour.

News: MEET THE OWNER – MICHAEL NETTLEY’S FIAT 128 SALOON

There was a time when you would not have looked twice at a 128 saloon, for it would have been as much part of your everyday life as Nationwide in the evening and wondering just why the scenery in Crossroads looked so flexible.

News: Beyond Rare – Terry Cooper's Two-Door Fiat 127

Terry acquired VUR 404 S some four years ago, and he restored it in honour of his late mother. One of the most challenging aspects of the process was acquiring the parts.

News: Meet the Owner - Freddy Harris and His Fiat Pandas

‘You get a mixture of reactions – some people really love it and some people who don’t really get it’, remarks Freddy Harris of his 1982 Panda 45 – and this reflected the response to the first RHD examples in May 1981.

News: DO YOU REMEMBER – THE FIAT 128?

‘The remarkable thing was that the little car did not look remarkable: its virtues were matters of engineering not mere styling…In the numerous new standards it set, the Fiat 128 was quite exceptional’.

News: DO YOU REMEMBER - THE ORIGINAL FIAT PANDA?

The Panda is now well into its third generation but when did you last see one of the original versions? Once experienced, this was yet another Fiat could never be forgotten – the boxy yet attractive styling by Giugiaro, the flat windshield with its single wiper, the rear bench that could be arranged to form a hammock and the front ashtray that could be slid across the fascia.

News: MEET THE OWNER SIMON RYLE AND HIS SIX FIAT 131S

‘I've had 131s for 31 years, and I was 19 when I purchased my first 131, a 1982 2000TC Supermirafiori’.