THE Murat Erdem has occupied his community in recent months TikTok and now he is one of the viral faces of the social medium. Many of them thousands of followers they call him “Peanut King” while in Greece he is known by his nickname “Tony Sphinos of Turkey”.
The dozens of videos he publishes on social media, in which it appears with hair, mustache and clothes that remind her 70’s. In most of them, Erdem slowly approaches the camera, winks meaningfully and sends his love to fans with gestures.
According to the Turkish website, marasmanset.comThe 41 years oldexcept avid TikTokerit is also owner of a spice and nut shop in town Kahramanmaras. His shop appears in the background of most of the clips he has posted. More about him Murat Erdem you can read in his detailed dedication parapolitika.gr.
@muraterdem528? original sound – Murat Erdem
In addition to the special look, o Murat has been seen driving one as well special carwhich has a leading role in several of the videos he publishes.
It’s about Murat 124-it is no coincidence that they share the same name- which constitutes the Turkish version of the Fiat 124 and it was the first car manufactured on Turkish soil, long before it appeared the Togg T10X electric SUV.
But let’s take the history of the car from the beginning. At the end of 60’s the Turkey he put forward a plan to build its own carswith the automotive industry Tofas to set up a factory in Purse.
Apparently at that time there were not the means to to develop a car from scratch so they turned to Fiatasking permission to put on the production line in 124, but placing their own marks. Somehow the model was renamed to Tofas Murat 124 for its purchase Turkey and went down in history as the “Turkey’s Lada”.
The Fiat 124 it was a durable, simple and extremely reliable vehicle. Being one of the latest rear wheel drive Fiatsoffered ample spaces while requiring minimal maintenance.
Fiat’s 124 was a car of multiple identities, familiar under many names in the different parts of the world where it was built under licence. One of its less well-known identities was in Turkey, where it went into production as the Tofas Murat. #carbrochure#Tofas#Fiatpic.twitter.com/ulxE96dnYu
— Car Brochure Addict (@addict_car) June 29, 2020
Its production started at its factory Tofas the 1971with 134,867 units to be manufactured up to 1976, whenever he retired. The 1984 returned to circulation with the new Serce editionwhich circulated until 1995.
It was available with one four-cylinder in-line engine with a capacity of 1.2 L (1.3 L in the Serce version), which yielded 65 horsepower and was accompanied by 4-speed manual transmission. Top speed was up to 170 km/h.
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