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Burning Tires In Egypt, But Not The Way You Think

Not all tire smoke in Egypt comes from protesters. Here's a hoon in Cairo roasting the rears of his Fiat 132 last Spring.

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I would assume this 132 is a locally-assembed Nasr car, the company that so famously built the Fiat 128 and 131 up until 2009. I can't find any evidence of Nasr making 132s, but perhaps one of you Egyptian car experts out there can fill me in with the full details.

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hattemmostafa
Hatem Mostafa

It was never made as a Nasr (which means "Victory"). But we have in Egypt both the Italian and the Spanish (SEAT) versions.