The soccer club’s championship title is celebrated with a retro car

Last Thursday, SSC Napoli returned to the Italian league title after 33 years after a 1-1 draw at home to Udine and took an unassailable lead in the table with 5 rounds to go.

There was great joy in the southern Italian city and in the crowded international camp of Italian club football followers – obviously among the fans – and Napoli’s third Italian league title was celebrated in many ways and has been celebrated ever since.

For example, with a car, more precisely with a car model, because a company specializing in this has already launched the Neapolitan version of the Fiat 126 (known in our country as the Polish version of the Fiat 126, the Kispolszki).

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The small Fiat with a scale of 1:18 wears the team’s traditional light blue and white colors and patterns, and the year of the club’s foundation, 1926, is “hand painted” on the chest. “Come on Napoli”a “Thanks guys!”The day we fell in love with you”and the “Sorry for the delay, we’ll continue after the third” captions.

Laudoracing Model’s holiday soccer products are asking for 91.58 euros (HUF 34,100), but those who want one should hurry up and pre-order, because only 1,926 copies of the limited edition will be made.

Fiat 126, Polish Fiat 126p

In 1972, the Fiat 126 was presented, which the Italian manufacturer intended as the successor of the new 500. The licensed version, the Polski Fiat 126p, was produced in Poland until 1980, but in the Eastern bloc until 2000 – in the 1980s, there were countless of them on domestic roads, and everyone knew them from their sneezing-coughing sound.

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