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The Polski Fiat 125p was the horrible car everyone dreamed of
Like so many of the cars produced behind the Iron Curtain, this Polish sedan was originally built under a license from Italy’s Fiat. Named after the Italian Fiat 125 on which it was theoretically based, the 125p was a significantly different, watered-down version of its Italian relative. Like all the cars of communist Eastern Europe, it had immediate issues and poor reliability. By the time production ended in 1991, the 125p was hopelessly out-of-date—the first three-box sedan rolled onto the streets in 1967 ...