1985 Fiat 126 FSM (RHD)
- Only 28,500 miles from new
- Produced under licence by (FSM) from 1973 to 2000
- Wonderful condition
The Fiat 126 is a four passenger, economy car that was introduced by Fiat in October 1972 at the Turin Motor Show as a replacement for the Fiat 500. The majority of 126s (some 3.3 million) were produced under licence by Fabryka Samochodów Małolitrażowych (FSM) in the Tychy plant in Bielsko-Biała, Poland, from 1973 to 2000. In many markets Fiat stopped sales of the 126 in 1993 in favour of their new front-engined Cinquecento. Total production of the 126 reached almost 4.7 million units.
In Poland the car became a people’s car, and a cultural icon, earning the nickname Maluch, meaning “The Little One” or “Toddler”, a name that eventually became official in 1997, when ‘Maluch’ started appearing, badged on the rear of the 126.
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