1971 Fiat 124 Sport Coupe (BC)

YEAR 1971
SPEEDOMETER 24,000 kms
COLOUR Dark Blue
ENGINE 1438cc BC Lampredi Twin-Cam
FUEL TYPE Unleaded Petrol


The second series Fiat 124 Sport Coupe (BC) featured revised styling to incorporate twin head lights and revised tail lights shared with the Lamborghini Jarama.
The BC Coupe was available with both the 1438 cc and the 1608 cc Twin Cam engines, and although some details remained similar to the first series (AC) Coupes, the interior dash now had a 220 km/h (140 mph) speedometer, 9000 rpm tachometer in 1608 cc models and a clock. The steering wheel now had black painted spokes and the seats had for the first time cloth inserts in the centre. There was no woodgrain inside like before (all the panels were finished in black vinyl and the gauge rims were matt black) and "eyeball" vents were fitted in the centre console where the AC had a decorative panel simply filling in the space for an optional radio.
Options included green tinted windows, Cromodora alloy wheels with chrome centre hub caps as with this car, rear windshield electric defrosting was also now standard.


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