Fiat 124 model 1967 for rent

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Whether it be a for a weekend, a holiday, a birthday celebration, a wedding, to make an unforgettable gift or for a day out with friends, the Fiat 124 is at your disposal without heavy investment, without the hassle of maintenance, storage or insurance. It's  yours without constraints 

Glamourous and appealing beyond any comparison …

Because they also are a piece of history and have witnessed an art of living, these cars have much more to offer than your average modern “luxury” car or “supercar”.

As you cruise along, you will most likely encounter friendly looks and thumbs up from people, engage in conversations with other car lovers or even be asked if a picture could be taken behind the wheel. Regardless the situation, you won’t go unnoticed!

Terms and conditions

  • You cover your own fuel expenses 
  • Any damage incurred will be paid for by the client 
  • The client must be above the age of 18 with a valid driving license 
  • You leave your original national ID as collateral 
  • All money is paid upfront
  • We will offer a driver for chaperone for weddings and birthdays 
  • The above listed price is per day of use 
  • The car is located in Jinja city Uganda 

About

The Fiat 124 is a small family car manufactured and marketed by Italian company Fiat between 1966 and 1974.

Body and chassis

Class -Small family car       

Body style   -   4-door saloon-door station wagon

Layout-    FR layout

Engine -     1,197 cc OHV I4

Transmission-      4-speed manual

History 

Following its introduction in 1966 with a publicity stunt, with Fiat filming the dropping of the car by parachute from a plane,[6][7] the 124 won the 1967 European Car of the Year.[8] As a clean-sheet design by Oscar Montabone, the chief engineer responsible for its development,[9] the 124 used only the all-synchromesh gear box from the Fiat 1500.[9] The 124 featured a spacious interior, advanced coil spring rear suspension, disc brakes on all wheels and lightweight construction.

Engines

Power came from a 1.2 L (1,197 cc) Fiat OHV inline-four engine. Also, there were the 124 Special with a 1,438 cc OHV engine and the 124 Special T with 1,438 cc and 1,592 cc twin cam OHC engines. The twin cams are connected to a four-speed and five-speed gearbox.

 

1200 (1,197 cc) – 60 PS (44 kW; 59 hp) – 66 PS (49 kW; 65 hp) (1966–1974)

1400 (1,438 cc) – 70 PS (51 kW; 69 hp) – 75 PS (55 kW; 74 hp) (1968–1974)

1400 Special T (1,438 cc) Twin cam – 80 PS (59 kW; 79 hp) (1968–1972)

1600 Special T (1,592 cc) Twin cam – 95 PS (70 kW; 94 hp) (1973–1974)

Abarth Rally (1,756 cc) Twin cam – 128 PS (94 kW; 126 hp) (1972–1973)

2000 (1,920 cc) Twin cam – 115 PS (85 kW; 113 hp) (1979

A 5-door station wagon variant (named 124 Familiare on its home market) as well as the 124 Sport Spider variants debuted at the 48th Turin Motor show in November 1966.[10] A few months later, at the March 1967 Geneva Motor Show, the 124 Sport Coupé completed the range.[11] The two Sport models were powered by an all-new 1.4-litre dual overhead camshaft engine producing 90 DIN-rated PS (66 kW; 89 hp) at 6,500 rpm.

Foreign production 

Throughout the 1960s and 1970s, Fiat sought to extend its worldwide reach by entering into various collaborative agreements with smaller manufacturers (mostly in developing nations) by licensing the 124 design following its discontinuation in mainstream Western European markets. The best known (and most produced) of all the 124 derivates is the Russian-built Lada, which has to date, sold over 15 million units.