[LOW POLY] Polski Fiat (Fiat 126p)Your model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
In Poland, the car was produced under licence by Fabryka Samochodów Małolitrażowych (FSM) in Bielsko-Biała and Tychy under the brand Polski Fiat 126p between 1973 and 2000.
Due to a relatively low price, it was very popular in Poland and was arguably the most common Polish car in the 1980s. Its very small size gave it the nickname maluch (“the small one”, “small child”). The nickname became so popular that in 1997 it was accepted by the manufacturer as the official name of the car.
The PF 126p has special meaning for Poles and its story had a connection with Polish politics during the communist period (Polish People’s Republic, up to 1989). During the absolute rule of the PZPR, a private car was considered a luxury item, due to limited availability and low salaries.
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