Abandoned and unused Fiat 147 found after 35 years | cars

Abandoned and unused Fiat 147 found after 35 years |  cars
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The so-called “Kaskote Brothers” have found an abandoned Fiat 147 in a barn in Argentina and are going to sell it

Despite the thick layer of dust on all sides, the interior of the red Fiat 147, built in 1987, is as good as new. There is still plastic on the seats and components like the steering and dashboard are immaculate, as if they just came off the assembly line, with no trace of wear.

What is also impressive is the condition of the metal parts in Fiat 147
, even under the seats, in excellent condition. And the engine will only need a flushing, new fluid, among other details to start spinning as if it were new.

It is not yet known how the car ended up in the barn and ended up being abandoned for so long. time
But that will be revealed soon. After making the necessary treatments, the Fiat 147 zero kilometers will be sold.

The Italian brand’s model was the first to be produced by Fiat
in Betim (MG), in 1976 and spent 11 years in production, having lived with Fiat Uno
Between 1984 and 1987. Therefore, the specimen found is from the last series that left the Minas Gerais plant. The car was also made by Sevel in Argentina until 1996.

a Fiat 147
It comes with a 1049 cc engine that was used in the first one mile
in 1990, which became the cheapest model for sale in Brazil, with a four-speed manual gearbox, a simple carburetor and just one reverse light on the driver’s side taillight, among other items designed to reduce the final cost.

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