1980 fiat brava




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  • The Fiat Bravo and Fiat Brava (Type ) are small family cars produced by the Italian the Stilo. The new version was available only with five doors. The name Brava was also used in the United States in the s, on the earlier Fiat

    (first posted 9/27/) Is there is a more forgotten sedan of the late s and early s than the Fiat Brava? As a replacement for the more.

    It is interesting! The faces of the company Fiat are famous racers Michael Schumacher and Kimi Raikkonen.

    All specifications, performance and fuel economy data of Fiat Brava 4-Door ( kW / 81 PS / 80 hp), edition of the year since October for North.

    1980 fiat brava

    1980 fiat brava

    And gave it another clean bill of health for the next 10 km. The initial range comprised eleven different models. I really hate anglo americans when they talk about Fiat. Bertone took part-completed two door standard bodyshells from the production line in Mirafiori, fitted plastic mudguards front and rear, a plastic bonnet and bootlid and modified the metal structure to accept the rear independent suspension.

    1980 fiat brava

    1980 fiat brava

    1980 fiat brava

    1980 fiat brava

    1980 fiat brava

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    This one is a classic three-box design if there ever was one. This is one nice car , whether a person likes Fiats or not. The Series 2 Fiat was named the Brava for its two-door debut in the US in mid and they were here until They offered a two-door coupe , a four-door sedan like this one, and a slick four-door wagon , which was dropped for the US market in , unfortunately.

    I know, most people have automatics, but this car begs to have a 5-speed manual transmission. An automatic was an option. This is one clean car. The current owner, the seller, bought it from the original owner in It has been maintained throughout its life and four years ago it received a total repaint. The seller says there was very little rust at that time as the car was rust-proofed when it was new.

    1980 fiat brava

    That is one clean engine for being years old. This appears to be the early carbureted version with 80 hp, unfortunately. Found them the next morning …. Got all the right stuff, probably cart 4 adults around just fine. Are Fiats really as bad as most people me think? They were full of good engineering well before their competition, but they were definitely built to a price. If you had the time to stay ahead of maintenance, they were a delight, but treat them the way American drivers did in the s and they would fall apart pretty quickly.

    Actually, for the malaise era, these were quite good, rotted like anything else back then. And Fling It Around Turns works too! This slush box is a TH, by the way. Stuck firm to his final offer and was on his way out the door when the owner of the dealership finally relented and called him back in to accept the deal.

    1980 fiat brava

    Now, I have to wonder why would someone invest money in a paint job for this car? Otherwise, its a Maaco or Earl Shieb? I do like it though. And I think the automatic takes away from it. Why not paint it? You might not believe it but at many car shows this Fiat will get 10 times the attention of your Camaros and Mustangs.

    I like the car too. Still not hard to find a five-speed that will fit. Worst aspect of Fiat in the US was the dealer network. I had a Fiat 3p berlinetta back in it was a fantastic car great fun. I now have a bravo 1. My first was purchased new and drove it until it was taken out by a Datsun SX, at least there wa s one less ugly Datsun taken off the streets! I replaced it with another two door with an automatic. The only problems that I had were the plastic hose clamps would age badly needing replacement, the short rubber hose under intake manifold would self-destruct and was replaced more than once, and the only major problem was replacing an engine starter in one.

    In I bought it for fifty bucks, running well but rusty as heck, badly smashed in front, and unable to pass smog. It was actually a great car to drive, and I never had to fix a thing. They were about four years behind their Italian brethren as FIAT sold the tooling when they did a redesign.

    1980 fiat brava

    They were practically indestructible and some had Mercedes diesels put in them to even further extend their lives. Mine was an 82, I think. The Turks reinforced an already sturdy body shell to accommodate some really primitive roads and raised the ride height about 2 inches, a real necessity.

    This one is a beauty. I am now on my 8th Fiat; a Number 3 and 7 were Spiders. But, number 6 was my favorite of all; a 4-door. Had some rust, but very solid. I liked it so well that in , I went out looking to buy a brand new one.

    1976 Fiat Brava 131 Commercial USA Publicitta



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