Fiat 124 (Italy) ➤ SEAT 124 (Spain) ➤ VAZ 2101 "Zhiguli" (USSR) ➤ Tofaş Murat 124 (Turkey)

The Fiat 124 is a small family car manufactured and marketed by Fiat between 1966 and 1974.
The Russian-built Lada 1200 and 1300 produced until 1988 were based on the Fiat 124, along with other licensed variants manufactured worldwide
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Fiat 124 (Italy). 1966 (Wiki)

SEAT 124 (Spain). 1968

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VAZ 2101 "Zhiguli" / Lada 1200 (USSR). 1970 (Wiki)

Tofaş Murat 124 (Turkey). 1971 (Wiki)

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Ford Prefect (UK) ➤ KIM 10-50 (USSR) ➤ Ford-Vairogs Junior (Latvia)

Ford Prefect (UK), 1938 (Wiki)

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KIM 10-50 (USSR), 1940 (Wiki)

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FORD-VAIROGS JUNIOR (LATVIA), 1938 (WIKI)

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Ford V8 40 Fordor (USA) ➤ GAZ M-1 (USSR)

Ford V8 40 Fordor (USA). 1934 (Wiki)

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GAZ M-1 (USSR). 1936 (Wiki)

Work began in 1933/34 on a replacement for the GAZ-A, again using a (newer) Ford model as the basis. The model in question was the Ford Model B, which was becoming available with a wide range of different bodies in North America.
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