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Old 16th December 2009, 19:17   #406
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I must say I'm amazed at the passion for the Fiats here. And the posts by the racers of 70s and 80s were simply great with the pictures too.

Keep em coming and hats off to each and everyone of the posts here. This thread has made me view the Premier in a whole new light.

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ok guys spotted this amazing PP yesterday in chandigarh
couldnt get a clear angle
here are a few shots i took
Wow, the red PP is looking nice. Bling, but very tasteful and subtle. Loved the colour.
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Still remember my dad's Fiat 1100D-bought it second-hand in '97-'98.Had it stock for almost a year and then decided to spice it up.
MDS 3939-if anyone has any information or seen the car-pls forward the info.Found one pic of the car's rear.
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It seems to be a select/super select. it hurts to know you lost it.
That's right, it's most likely a 1100 SELECT, going by the bootlid hinges. 'just fitted with a "1100D (Delight)" badge; many of them were.

PS: Sorry, this is all I'm able to say in this thread....oh, ok- um, nice fiat mods!
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Default FIAT MODS - Good & Bad

I spent the evening going through about 20% of the postings on "Weird & Wacky Mods" and found lots of great and crazy cars and some very interesting Fiats that I am re-posting with the thought that it would be interesting to see what's happening to some of our Fiats; Good & Bad.

I've seen some very nice Custom or Modified Fiats done up by our Club Members that could be re-posted here as the ones I have, tend to fall in the "Bad Category".

It's quite possible that some of these might not be Fiats, particularly the one with the two cows sticking their heads out the window, but it such a great shot I threw it in.

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O my God some look real sick.... the black looks like a croch
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People who do this to Fiats should be publicly beaten up..
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I've seen some very nice Custom or Modified Fiats done up by our Club Members that could be re-posted here as the ones I have, tend to fall in the "Bad Category".

It's quite possible that some of these might not be Fiats, particularly the one with the two cows sticking their heads out the window, but it such a great shot I threw it in.

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The one with the cows in it is a Moskvich (or however you like to spell it, the Russkis do it like this: Москвич), either a 408 or a 412.

Very sad pictures, most of them...
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Google images results for 'modified premier padmini' the white fiat deserves to be in the 'weird and wacky thread'
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Member Outlaw's Padmini looks much better than KA***481

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/391708-post18.html
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Old 11th June 2010, 12:03   #416
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Google images results for 'modified premier padmini' the white fiat deserves to be in the 'weird and wacky thread'
I too have the 481's pictures. I was inspired to do up my Padmini from him.
Very well done. Looks great. But no idea of the owner !
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Default A PP Chevy

look guys what i found.
a modded pp being called chevy.
source: Street Power Hot Rod Chevy RTR Electric RC Car
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Default re: Modded Premier Padminis (Fiat 1100)

Has anyone explored modifying a Fiat to a convertible ?
Any idea on what it may cost ?
I am just thinking if this is a good idea. Ofcourse I don't want to be beaten Up

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Has anyone explored modifying a Fiat to a convertible ?
Any idea on what it may cost ?
I am just thinking if this is a good idea. Ofcourse I don't want to be beaten Up

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Yes. Here you go...

This was done by BS Motoring..

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Old 26th January 2011, 12:45   #420
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was thinking about the bs motoring fiat and scrolled down to find it, by any chance can you find out more info cyrus?, the mag didn't have much details, really a good project done by them, very impressed!

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