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    Woo hoo! 1957 Edition in transit to Austin!

    Went over to Austin Fiat to look at the Sports with the Avorio interior again. Checked the Lounges after that. And there is a 1957 Edition on it's way, in the Celeste color!!!

    The car: http://www.fiatusaofaustin.com/new/F...f047e9d38d.htm

    The window sticker: http://www.chrysler.com/hostd/window...CFFCR1ET220514

    There's no confusion at all on the window sticker between the regular Lounge and the 1957 Edition:

    Customer Preferred Package 22F
    $ 1,900
    1957 Edition with 16-Inch Retro Body-
    Color Wheels
    Brown Leather Seats
    Ivory / Brown Leather-Wrapped Steering
    Wheel
    Retro FIAT Badging
    Ivory / Brown Door Trim Panel
    Retro Key Fob Cover
    Sport Tuned Suspension
    Two Tone Paint Group w/White Roof and
    Ext Mirrors
    Driver and Passenger Front Seatback
    Pockets

    Extra for these goodies:
    Premium Group
    $ 700
    Heated Front Seats
    Rear Park Assist
    Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror

    It's an automatic, and has Tom Tom navigation too.

    I don't know if the car will get pictures, or if it's sold before it gets there. But if you're looking for one of the 1957 Edition cars, they should be coming to your dealer soon. They'll be in with the Lounges. In the case of the Verde Chiaro or Bianco 1957 Edition, you may need to check the window sticker to be sure .

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    All right Chief! Make mine a 5-speed manual, premium group, TomTom & moon roof in Celeste. Poppie needs a friend!
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    Heck - I thought you had bought an original 1957 500 and was having it shipped to you in Austin... That would be cooler.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Infinite_Day View Post
    Heck - I thought you had bought an original 1957 500 and was having it shipped to you in Austin... That would be cooler.
    Yes, it would be. You know, if everyone chips in, and gets me a nice little shack in Austin and gifts me an original 500 parked in the garage waiting, I wouldn't object.

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    Those look fun, but I want to give you some feedback on the TomTom: don't lust for it and don't bother. Our 500e comes with the TomTom and I've updated it, tweaked all the settings to optimize it...and then stashed it: it's super slow and the navigation routes it picks are insane. Compared to our ten-year old Garmin and the updated Honda/Acura system onboard our other car, the differences are glaring. The TomTom is slower than both and the routes are terrible.

    Okay, so if you can save a few bucks, ditch the TomTom and put on a CAI, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ballinger View Post
    Those look fun, but I want to give you some feedback on the TomTom: don't lust for it and don't bother. Our 500e comes with the TomTom and I've updated it, tweaked all the settings to optimize it...and then stashed it: it's super slow and the navigation routes it picks are insane. Compared to our ten-year old Garmin and the updated Honda/Acura system onboard our other car, the differences are glaring. The TomTom is slower than both and the routes are terrible.

    Okay, so if you can save a few bucks, ditch the TomTom and put on a CAI, right?
    Let's see, things I lust for:
    1. Alfa Romeo 4C
    2. Ferrari, any Ferrari
    3. Roman villa by the Mediterranean
    4. Unlimited cash
    5. No taxes

    TomTom: Don't think so!

    Seriously, thanks for the input. What FIAT should do is make the docking port standard equipment, and then we could plug in our own portable GPS units.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andree View Post
    Yes, it would be. You know, if everyone chips in, and gets me a nice little shack in Austin and gifts me an original 500 parked in the garage waiting, I wouldn't object.
    And George Clooney handing you the keys?
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    Quote Originally Posted by janaheim View Post
    And George Clooney handing you the keys?
    I'll pass on Clooney, he doesn't appeal to me at all.

    Apparently Austin residents already have access unlimited money, judging by the prices. I tried to find a small house under 1,000 feet on Trulia. There weren't many. A mobile home on land cost $150,000. Not a ranch lot, just a smallish lot. Ridiculous. Not that I was planning on actually moving to Austin, but just in case everyone did decide to chip in, I wanted to make a thrifty choice.

    I dream big. Yet thrifty. You want a Mediterranean villa, I'll take the 700 sq ft cottage.

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    I am busting! Where is the Verde Chiaro version?
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