The Seat 1430 Seat 124 was an evolution of the four-door sedan and five-door station wagon, a 1430 Seat 5 puertas appeared in 1969 with modified front and rear as the engine of the Fiat 124 Special (1438cc and 51 kW (70 PS)). The new car, the Fiat looked like with its dual headlights 124 Special, brought it to 155km/h
From 1973, the engine had 55 kW (75hp) and made the car up to 158km/h. At the same time the Seat 1430 Especial 1600 ³ displacement and 70 kW (95 PS) appeared in 1592 cm. He drove up to 175km/h
In the Spanish Rally Championship in 1973 these vehicles took the top places and also cut in international competitions (RAC Rally Cyprus Rally and the 24 Hours of Ypres) from good. From 1970 there was also a "Fórmula Seat 1430", in the private drivers in single-seaters started with built-in rear-seat-1430 engines.
1976 Seat 1430 has been set. Successors were the "Especial" models of the Seat 124 D and the Seat 131
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