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Fiat-Chrysler Looking At All Cars As New Revenue

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Ever fancy getting a 1969 Dodge Charger, a Mopar Muscle or just about any other old great cars from any brands within Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles?

Well, there is now a chance for you to do so as the carmaker had just launched a new scheme that will them restoring an old great car before selling them to the requestor.

Officially known as ‘Reloaded by Creators’ scheme, the first classic to get restored is the Alfa Romeo SZ and it has already been sold to several interested consumers.

The only setback here is that FCA is still plotting the expansion of this scheme based on demand. Until a full-list of classic cars are finalized, your only restoration option would be limited to Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Lancia and Abarth.

There is also that bit where it will cost you an extra chunk of money for the restored classic so be prepared to pay FCA if you desire to obtain an old great.

1 Comment

  1. Kenneth

    February 15, 2018 at 12:12 am

    As my 1st car was a second hand 1980 Alfa Giulietta 1.8 exec, thereafter a 1984 33 silver, 1984 Giulietta 2.0. Id like a revamped 1985 Giulietta 2.0 or a Junior or a 1985 Alfasud sprint 1.5 cloverleaf, though I dont believe these cars would fall into the category as there values are too low, are not true-hearted classics and the ROI would not be adequate for the justification from FCA perspective.
    These are my classics and id like them parked in the garage, in prestine condition, alongside my 2012 Giulietta 1750QV, 2006 Fiat Grande Punto and 2017 Fiat 500X.