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New 4C Magazine Article

Wheels Magazine in Australia had an article on the 4C. Has some interesting tidbits that haven't been shared here yet. You can grab a copy of it here:
Wheels 4C Article (Wheels 4C Article.pdf) - PDF Archive

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Thanks for sharing.
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Great article. Really gave us a lot more insight into where everything did come from. Thanks.


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thanks for posting, very interesting article indeed.
The only incorrect and funny thing seems to be the position of Modena on Italy's map
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and the quoted dry weight of 975kg.
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And the bit about the designer who "..was determined to overdo the 4C".
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and the quoted dry weight of 975kg.
You're right. Sry weight is 895kg. Well spotted ,


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There is also a mention of a FIAT 600 air con system I think they probably mean the 500L, Its been a few years since the Fiat 600 was built and I doubt it had air-con

Still a good article...

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There is also a mention of a FIAT 600 air con system I think they probably mean the 500L, Its been a few years since the Fiat 600 was built and I doubt it had air-con

Still a good article...

No that part is correct. The 600 air con was very simple, small and very light that's why they used it. I think there is extremely limited amount of room behind the air-con and radio unit.
 
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slightly updated version of those...but yes
 
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