A quite remarkable example of these completely brilliant 'gentlemans GT' When introduced in 1964 they were, for a very short period, the fastest 4 seater motor car available in the World!
FIAT 124 Spider 1982 owners manual - New full color 100% faithful reproductions of the original owners manual, even down to the paper quality. The Fiat Ritmo is small, front-engine, front-wheel drive family car manufactured and marketed by Fiat, launched in April 1978 at the Turin Motor show and offered in 3- and 5-door hatchback and cabriolet body styles — from 1978–1988 with two facelifts.
• 4-speed • 5-speed manual • 3-speed automatic () Dimensions 2,448 mm (96.4 in) MkI 2,444 mm (96.2 in) MkII 2,432 mm (95. download free Brother 8420 Repair Manual. 7 in) (Ritmo Abarth) Length 3,937 mm (155.0 in) Width 1,650 mm (65.0 in) 1,663 mm (65. download free 2004 Pt Cruiser Manual. 5 in) (Sport/Abarth) Height 1,400 mm (55.1 in) 850–955 kg (1,874–2,105 lb) Chronology Predecessor Successor The Fiat Ritmo is, front-engine, front-wheel drive family car manufactured and marketed by, launched in April 1978 at the and offered in 3- and 5-door hatchback and cabriolet body styles — from 1978–1988 with two. Styled by at Fiat's Centro Stile in Turin, export versions for most English-speaking markets were marketed as the Strada. In 1979, SEAT Ritmo production began in Spain, with a in 1982, the. The name Ritmo derives from the Italian for 'rhythm', and Strada derives from the Italian for 'road.' Production reached a total of 1,790,000 and ended in early 1988 it was replaced by the. A first-series Fiat Strada-cum-Ritmo (UK) Fiat began designing the Ritmo — as a replacement for the — in 1972, following the body style of its as European manufacturers began launching small family hatchbacks, notably the in 1974. Prior to its launch, the press speculated that the project codename 138 would be the final production name, however, Fiat instead gave its new car the Ritmo name, rather than another three digit number.