FSM Syrena 105
|Manufacturer||Samochodów Małolitrażowych (FSM) 1972 -1983|
|Production||1957 – 1983 521,311 produced|
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||2-door saloon 'Syrena Bosto' Light panel van Light pick-up truck|
|Engine||1966 842 cc two stroke straight-3 1966 – 1983|
|Wheelbase||2,300 mm (91 in)|
|Length||4,030 mm (159 in) - 4,080 mm (161 in)|
|Width||1,530 mm (60 in)|
|Height||1,520 mm (60 in)|
|Curb weight||950 kg (2,100 lb)|
|Successor||Polski Fiat 125p|
The Syrena 105.was a Polish automobile model.
It was assembled in two factories – in FSO for (1972), like the earlier models, and then in FSM (1972–83). Unlike its predecessors it had regular front doors instead of "suicide" ones. The "Lux" version, produced from 1974, had the gear lever and handbrake between the front seats. The 105 served as a basis for two other models – Syrena R-20, which was a pick-up and a van – Bosto.
The Syrena 105L was featured in 2013 Wheeler Dealers TV show, where, after restoration, was sold for £8000 to Bubble Car Museum in Lincolnshire.