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« on: August 07, 2017, 06:02:38 PM »

1976 Fiat 131 S Mirafiori with a clean California title in my name, originally from San Diego California and shipped to the midwest in November 2014. It's bright lime green or verde chiaro as Fiat calls it. A 5 speed manual transmission, with a 1.8L twin cam. The bottom and top half of the engine have been refreshed and rebuilt and I just fired her up to start the break in process this weekend. All new seals, bearings, pistons, every gasket replaced, new tension pulley, new water pump, replaced all the freeze plugs, new timing belt and lapped the valves. New tires, new brake lines, new gas tank, new fuel lines, brand new dual weber 40IDF carb and manifold.  I would give the interior a 6 out of 10. Needs cabin heater valve and windshield and I have a replacement windshield, but it need's a bit of work on the body around that area before being installed.  There's rust around the windshield, some rust specks have developed on the roof because of whatever was dripped on it by the car over it on the transport. It is surprisingly sturdy and all the doors have a nice solid thwump to them when you close them. NOS shocks in the trunk, bunches of spare trim, lenses, exterior bits, door seal trim and a few spare engine parts in the basement. Comes with factory service manual and two after market manuals. Has Allison electronic ignition (same as the MSD currently available). Have a set of cloverleaf rims that would come with it as well. It's located near Springfield Missouri just a stone's throw from the birthplace of the mother road RT66.

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« Reply #1 on: August 08, 2017, 11:06:15 AM »

Does it fit airconditioning? This car looks very nice and solid, hopeit will be restored to as new someday. It deserves.
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« Reply #2 on: August 08, 2017, 01:49:51 PM »

No air conditioning.
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