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  • eBay Find: A Lunatic Fringe, Street-Legal, 9-second Fiat

    http://www.bangshift.com/blog/eBay-F...cond-Fiat.html

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    Re: eBay Find: A Lunatic Fringe, Street-Legal, 9-second Fiat

    I was told by friend that has one, that the name Topolino, that these cars were called, means little mouse in Italian



    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fiat_500_Topolino
    Jeremy George in Windsor NY

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      Re: eBay Find: A Lunatic Fringe, Street-Legal, 9-second Fiat

      And people made fun of the rat rodded s-10 pickup with the 34 ford front end.

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        Re: eBay Find: A Lunatic Fringe, Street-Legal, 9-second Fiat

        Awesome. Though I'm thinking door art...
        Michael from Hampton Roads

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          Re: eBay Find: A Lunatic Fringe, Street-Legal, 9-second Fiat

          It's cool as hell, but how in the hell do you get out of it, through the roof, then climb down the rear tires???

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            Re: eBay Find: A Lunatic Fringe, Street-Legal, 9-second Fiat

            That might the best part. Watching people try to get in & out for rides..... ;)
            Of all the paths you take in life - make sure a few of them are dirt.

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            • #7
              Re: eBay Find: A Lunatic Fringe, Street-Legal, 9-second Fiat

              You probably couldn't build this car for less than 50k, but you could build one a bit more traditional for way less.

              Nice car, needs a bigger motor, and less blingy stuff, and shiny paint.

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              "If it don't go, chrome it!" --Stroker McGurk

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