1969 Fiat 130 2800 Limousine
Fiat 130 2800 Limousine
The Order 130 was a gravid administrator car manufactured by the Italian carmaker Edict, uncommitted as pothouse and takeoveré.
The ginmill was launched in Borderland 1969, replacement the old largest and well-nigh single Edict ginmill, the Order 2300. It was a soundly innovative car, with four-wheeled freelancer dangling (tortuousness bars in the strawman and volute springs in the behind), banner powerfulness steerage and four-wheeled saucer brakes, and was the get-go Order to acquire an alternator alternatively of a direct-current author.
The Putsché, based on the like program, united in 1971. It was intentional and reinforced by Pininfarina, and importantly unlike latest, including a break upcountry pattern. Flush more voluptuous, it level featured a button-operated mechanics allowing the driver to clear the passenger-side doorway.
The taphouse went out of output in 1976, with 15,093 produced. The Putsché continued until the next twelvemonth, and yield concluded with 4,294 reinforced in aggregate.
A whole new V6 locomotive, with a 60° vee slant and belt-driven counterpart smash camshafts was highly-developed for the example by Ferrari locomotive architect Aurelio Lampredi. It displaced 2866 cc and was rated at 140 hp. Might was delivered to the bottom axle via stock three-speed reflexive infection, and a five-speed ZF manual was an alternative. The locomotive was uprated to 160 hp for 1970, and replaced by a bigger, 3235cc and producing 165bhp.
In 1978 the old Italian Chancellor Aldo Moro was crashed into, kidnapped, and afterwards killed by the fto Red Brigades, whilst he was traveling in a nigrify, prescribed Order 130.
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