Oooh, an exciting day because we can explore the Fiat 128. You may never have heard of it but it was one of the first cars (the actual first was also a Fiat group model) to use the combination of a transversely mounted engine with an end-on gearbox, something you find in the majority of cars today.

Even better, we have a whole cornucopia of different bodies.

Some ordinary ones:


One for the Americans with battering rams and extra lights everywhere:

The factory’s own coupés, first with two doors and then three:


These were the days when independent coachbuilders could still make their own rebodied versions of a car so Moretti did, for a lot more money:


Bertone did one too, but just the one: