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Thread: Fiat Ritmo (Progetto 138) 1978-1988

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    Fiat Ritmo (Progetto 138) 1978-1988

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    Fiat Ritmo #2
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    I'm going to eat breakfast. And then I'm going to change the world.

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    I'm going to eat breakfast. And then I'm going to change the world.

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    thanks Matt, i used to love that car in my childhood years. and looking at it again, i still find it a very pleasing car. (the one with the single circular headlights)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Misho
    thanks Matt, i used to love that car in my childhood years. and looking at it again, i still find it a very pleasing car. (the one with the single circular headlights)


    If you knew why he thought of making a thread on the Ritmo you'd be thinking twice before saying that.
    I thought the one with circular headlights was universaly considered one of the worst looking cars of the world. But Matt is with you on that. I hate both, but would prefer the second.
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    no words: orrible car!
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    This car seems to really create some polarized feelings. Personally, I like it -- it's not in the league with Ferrari or cars like that, of course, but as an economy car, it's very attractive. A worthy succsssor to the Cinquecentos (sp?).

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackcat77
    This car seems to really create some polarized feelings. Personally, I like it -- it's not in the league with Ferrari or cars like that, of course, but as an economy car, it's very attractive. A worthy succsssor to the Cinquecentos (sp?).

    You meant predecessor, right? The car is not that small. It's sails were low. I'm trying to guess why...
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    Somehow I find that pictures like in this thread are by far more interesting than any Ferrari or Porsche.
    I must be utterly mad. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Revo
    Somehow I find that pictures like in this thread are by far more interesting than any Ferrari or Porsche.
    I must be utterly mad. Cheers.

    No no you aren't. Because even finding this car ugly I prefer 1000 times more to look at this pics that too look at the same old pics of Enzos, SLR's etc.. I love to watch this unprobable pics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by McReis
    No no you aren't. Because even finding this car ugly I prefer 1000 times more to look at this pics that too look at the same old pics of Enzos, SLR's etc.. I love to watch this unprobable pics.
    Amen on that

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