I've got a Tipo 1.4 (Chassisnumber is available, but I'd prefer not to
have it on public record) which has been first registered with the .nl
authorities at the end of October 1992, suggesting it'd be a '92 year. The
Haynes Tipo book specifically covers 88-91. Would it be useful to buy the
book anyway or had enough major things changed that that'd be a) useless
or b) dangerous? If there were major changes, what manual should I look
I have both the Haynes and the Porter manuals. Porter go a little later
than Haynes as Fiat gave Porter much more help and most of the content is
taken from the offical workshop manuals. As for a date I'm not sure.
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