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Change to sport

I have a FIAT 124 car Mod: 1972 ,I want make it sport what can I do? my car is good it just want little touches

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Hey that was a cool car in its time! is it that 2 seater? anyways, u definitly have to get the bertone rims, they were 14 inches and were produced on other sporty fiats as well. also x19 bertone rims 14 inch would definitly give it a sporty look, and they would fit without problems. also a front extension to the bumper would change d look. just see some pictures of modded 124,s and u can copy the design, and give it to a fiberglass guy. its easy to make. well basically thats it... then its your creativity to make it look d way u like

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