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The SEAT 1430 was a 4-door sedan made by SEAT in Spain from 1969 to 1975. The car was based on the FIAT 124 Special, but the front lights were the square ones from the FIAT 125 instead of round. The cockpit was almost identical to the Fiat 125. In 1973, the GTI version of the SEAT 1430 was introduced as the 1430 Especial 1600 model, popularly known as "FU". It was superseded by the SEAT 131, while the donor car, the SEAT 124 continued in its base form until 1980.
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||4-door Sedan|
|Related||SEAT 124, Fiat 124 Special|
|Engine||1438 cc (52 kW):|
1592 cc (71 kW):
1756 cc (78 kW)
|Transmission||5 speed manual gear box|
|Wheelbase||2,420 mm (95 in)|
|Length||4,030 mm (159 in)|
|Width||1,625 mm (64.0 in)|
|Curb weight||855 kg (1,885 lb)|
- Costa, André & Georges-Michel Fraichard, ed. (September 1981). "Les nouvelles repliques" [The new replicas]. Salon 1981: Toutes les Voitures du Monde. l'Auto Journal (in French). Paris: Homme N°1 (14 & 15): 43.
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