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1966 FIAT 124 Spider

The Spider version of the FIAT 124 was introduced in the fall of 1966 at the Turin motor show.  The body was designed by Tom Tjaarda who worked at Pininfarina at that time, and also designed some of the most beautiful Ferraris of the time.   Production started in late 1966 with only 166 cars completed before the production line was shut down for the holidays.  Because of this 1966 Spiders are extremely rare and most of them would not be registered until they reached their new owners in 1967.

 

This first version of the Spider was dubbed 124 AS, ‘A’ meaning the first version and ‘S’ for Spider. These cars were much simpler than the later versions, as the interior had no consoles between the seats and the carpeting was fully in rubber mats.  

 

 Many consider these early versions the purest form of Spider motoring.

 

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1966 FIAT 124 Spider
1966 FIAT 124 Spider

Fiat 124 Spider Model Chart Type ccm Build Year HP AS	1438	1966-1970	90 BS	1438	1969-1973	90 BS1 	1608 	1969-1972 	100/110  CS 	1592 	1972-1973 	105 CS1 	1756 	1973-1978 	118  CS2 	1995 	1979-1982 	81  CS0 	1995 	1981-1983	105  DS 	1995 	1982-1985 	105  VX	1995	1983-1985	135