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Fiat Multipla
Fiat Multipla
The Fiat 600 (or "Seicento") is a city car produced by the Italian automaker Fiat from 1955 to 1969. Measuring only 3.22 m (126 in) long, it was the first rear-engined Fiat and cost the equivalent of about € 6,700 or US$ 7300 in today's money (590,000 lira then). The total number produced from 1955 to 1969 at the Mirafiori plant was 2,604,000. During 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s, the car became very popular in countries such as Spain (as SEAT 600), where it became the icon par excellence of the Spanish miracle, Argentina, where it was nicknamed Fitito (a diminutive of Fiat) and Former Yugoslavia where it was nicknamed Fica. The car had hydraulic drum brakes on all four wheels. Suspension was a unique single double-mounted leafspring - which acts as a stabilizer - between the front wheels coupled to gas-charged shock absorbers, and an independent coil-over-shock absorber setup coupled to semi-trailing arms at the rear. All 600 models had 3-synchro (no synchro on 1st) 4-speed transaxles. Unlike the Volkswagen Beetle or Fiat 500, the Fiat 600 is water-cooled with an ample cabin heater, and while cooling is generally adequate, for high-power modified versions a front-mounted radiator or oil cooler is needed to complement the rear-mounted radiator. All models of the 600 had generators with mechanical external regulators. The top speed ranged from 95 km/h (59 mph) empty with the 633 cc engine to 110 km/h (68 mph) with the 767 cc version. The car had good ventilation and defrosting systems. A year after its debut, in 1956, a soft-top version was introduced, as well as a six-seater variant — the Fiat 600 Multipla. It was a precursor of current multi-purpose vehicles. La Fiat 600 Multipla e un'autovettura costruita dal 1956 al 1965 dalla casa torinese Fiat. Era basata sulla Fiat 600 e permetteva a sei persone di sedersi a bordo comodamente, posizionate su tre file. Il posto di guida venne spostato in avanti, eliminando il volume centrale e conferendo alla struttura le sembianze di un'auto da lavoro. Ebbe notevole successo come taxi negli anni '60 e come piccolo pulmino economico. Nelle sue campagne pubblicitarie la casa produttrice puntava molto anche sul concetto, a quei tempi quasi rivoluzionario, di una autovettura destinata anche al tempo libero, al camping e ai vari hobby. Di fatto puo essere considerata una delle antesignane del moderno concetto di Monovolume. Dalla 600 Multipla venne derivata la versione furgone 600T. Il nome venne poi ripreso dalla Fiat parecchi anni piu tardi, in occasione di un'altra vettura che offriva di serie sei posti e che ottenne anche lo stesso spiccato successo dell'antenata nel campo del trasporto pubblico di taxi, la Nuova Fiat Multipla.
345 Vauxhall Cresta PA (1957-60)
345 Vauxhall Cresta PA (1957-60)
Vauxhall Cresta PA (195-60) The PA Cresta had a 2262 cc straight six developing 82.5 bhp ( a lower compression version was available) a single Zenith carburettor and a three forward speed transmission. Bench seats, column change and a hand brake lever mounted under the dash board the car could seat six adults. Leather and nylon upholstery, pile carpet, and a heater were standard options include radio, fog lamps, reversing lights, locking filler cap and external mirrors. A 1958 Cresta tested by Motor magazine recorded 89.8 top speed, 0-60 mph in 16.8 a fuel consumption of 25.2 mpg. The test car cast ? 1073 including taxes of ? 358. Shot at the Rally of the Giants, Knebworth 18.07.09 ref. 43-345

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