1962 Fiat 1100 D Station Wagon

Fiat 1100 D Station Wagon

The Order 1100 was an motorcar produced from 1937 to 1969, by the Italian carmaker Rescript.

1962 Fiat 1100 D Station Wagon

The Edict 1100 was offset introduced in 1937 as an updated interpretation of the 508 “Balilla” (its material epithet was the 508C) with a expression exchangeable to the 1936 Order 500 “Topolino” and the bigger 1500, with the distinctive late-30s’ cordiform strawman grillwork. It was powered by a 1089 cc four-spot cylinder, viewgraph valve, locomotive. Crusade was to the bum wheels done a four-spot swiftness gearbox. Afterwards the car underwent a overtone restyling approximately the front and gained new sleek window-shaped louvres and was re-named the 1100B and popularly known as the “1100 musone” (i. e. “big poke”). Afterward Man War II, in 1949, the car was re-introduced with a bosomy proboscis and new discover, the 1100E. Both the 508C and the 1100B were besides useable as the longsighted wheelbase 508L and principally ill-used for vans and taxis.

In 1953 the 1100 was totally redesigned as a constrict 4-door saloon, with a forward-looking monocoque bodywork and incorporate breast lights. The new exemplar was called the 1100/103 later its labor numeral, and was offered (as common at that meter) in two unlike versions: “economica” (cheaper) and “normale” (criterion). The car became uncommitted in a jazzy adaptation, the 1100TV with a tertiary spark in the centre of the wicket and in station-wagon adaptation, with a one-fifth doorway.

1962 Fiat 1100 D Station Wagon

Betwixt 1956 and 1960 the new 1100 underwent various svelte changes in fittings and details, e.g. freshly intentional lattice, more orthogonal visibility, treble coloring fertilization, and finally modest fintails with spear-shaped backlights. A peculiar variation, the 1100 Granluce (i.e. “Expectant spark”), launched in 1959, had both fintails and wider windows. As an selection it could be fitted with a new sinewy 1200 cc locomotive.

Retaining the outside changes of this modelling, in 1962 Rescript introduced the 3rd propagation 1100, called the 1100D. It was a grave yet well-fixed 4-door roadster, real alike to the Granluce but with sander sides and a new simpler orthogonal speak. The 1100D was a successful Italian touchstone in the betimes 1960s and on with its own SW variant survived without any real revision until 1966, when the launching of the innovational 124 framework imposed a encourage commute in styling.

1962 Fiat 1100 D Station Wagon

The identical death 1100 modeling, innate that twelvemonth, was the 1100R (R = Redesigned). It had a thirster, straighter and slimmer demarcation, with a lame dorsum and a front-end feel not so dissimilar from its larger sis the Order 124. The 1100R last gave way in 1969 to the new middle-class Rescript 128.

The Rescript 1100D is known as the Premiere Padmini in India.

1962 Fiat 1100 D Station Wagon

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