Capri Blue Exterior
Black Abarth Front Scooped Hood
Tan Velour and Vinyl Interior
5 Speed Manual
Twin Two-Barrel Carburetor
13" Campagnelo Magnesium Wheels
43,000 Original Miles (69,000 km.)
2 Spoke Abarth Steering Wheel
This A112 was Imported to the States 6 Years Ago by a Dutchman in Texas.
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Autobianchi A112 is a
supermini produced by the Italian
automaker Autobianchi. It was developed
using the mechanicals which subsequently underpinned the Fiat 127. It
was introduced in 1969, as a replacement for the Bianchina and Primula,
and was built until 1986, when it made way for the more modern
Autobianchi Y10 (branded in most export markets as the
Lancia Y10). Over 1.2 million A112s
were produced in Autobianchi's Milan factory.
In July 1979 the car underwent
another styling modification, receiving
large black plastic cladding on the rear, surrounding new taillights,
and new side trim and bumpers. The grille was also new, and there was
black plastic wheelarches to link all of the plastic parts together. The
extractor vents behind the rear side windows were also larger, of black
plastic, and wrapped around the pillar. In more positive news, a
five-speed transmission now became available on certain models. The
fifth gear was an overgear, while the ratios of the four lower speeds
and the final gearing remained unchanged.