At the November 1970 Turin Motor Show, Fiat introduced updates for the entire saloon and wagon 124 range, as well as a new model variant - the 124 Special T. All models had gained air outlets added to the C-pillar for better ventilation, and a split brake circuit; while some features previously exclusive to the 124 Special such as servo-assisted brakes, back-up light and an alternator were made standard across the range. The renewed Special sported a completely redesigned front end. A black, square-mesh radiator grille was crossed by a horizontal bright bar joining the dual headlamps; each of the four round lamps was set in its own square, bright-edged housing. The grille-headlamps assembly was flanked by the indicators. The front and rear bumpers had lost their over-riders and were replaced with full-width rubber strips. The taillights were also new and the whole tail panel was surrounded by a chromed profile. Inside there was a new dashboard with imitation wood inserts, carpets instead of rubber mats and cloth upholstery. The 'T' in 124 Special T stood for twin cam, hinting at the car's dual overhead camshaft engine.
Description by seller:
Car is in very good condition and drives really well. It has just been resprayed professionally with the original colour (exterior only) and a new clutch kit has also been fitted. The fuel gauge, however, doesn't work.
Really a pleasure to drive!
Papers are in order (status reflects 'Used/gebruik') and licenced to date.
Available to view by appointment in Krugersdorp.
Estimated Price Range:
R 115,000.00 - R 130,000.00
Thursday, 06 October, 2022 - 08:00
Thursday, 13 October, 2022 - 18:00
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