1982 FSO 125p 1.5 from Netherlands
A rusty piece of Communist crap... but FUN!
The battery went down.
The windscreen wipers didn't work in wet circumstances... so driving in the rain wasn't possible.
Sometimes, the lights functioned, sometimes not.
The windows couldn't be opened anymore. Right rear window couldn't be closed anymore, so was closed with some plastic and duck tape.
There was always one inch of water standing on the floor.
There was rust everywhere, and the body of the car consisted of rust, putty, old newspapers, cardboard and duck tape...
Bought this car for 75 Euros (about $60) from a Polish immigrant, who drove 1.200 kilometres with it from Lodz (Poland) to Holland. I bought it just for fun, because nobody had such a car here.
So I drove around until the Polish assurance expired. It was impossible to pass the technical checks to obtain a Dutch registration for it, so I sold it to some export company for 150 Euros and the car was exported to Egypt...
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 22nd December, 2005
LOL! You made twice as much money on it! Forget investing in classic Ferrari's, FSO is the way to go!
You bought a 350000 km 22 year old cheap car (even in Poland) for 75 euros (90 $)... and you complain about communist crap??? After selling the car for 150 euros. (These cars were late sixties, early seveties Italian cars anyway). For me you are a stingy capitalist crap!!!