i never thought FIAT (italian car maker) was commercialized outside of Italy in the 70's...
nice graffiti ;)
My father owned at two FIAT sports cars in the 70s, used the first for autocross and later drove his X1/9 for fun. I can't say if they were a popular car but they were certainly around.
That's pretty awesome.
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That is hilariously snarky and witty ♥
That woman's now on my Awesome List.
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I love it. :)
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Sadly, Fiat ads are just as misogynist to this day.
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Suddenly I understand the new crab fiat advert!
Still makes me grin, and I think I saw this for the first time in maybe the late '90s? Thanks for the reminder!
Translation: You made a pass at me? Do you not realise how inferior you are, scum?
No wonder feminist want to breed with 'female sperm'. No sane man would ever want to touch one.
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