In 1969 the Moretti 128 Roadster rolled into the Turin Auto Show. A coupe with a removable hard roof; in two separate parts, the 128 Roadster was designed by Moretti (coachbuilder). A brand new concept, this was the first open car based on Fiat 128 that still utilized the traditional 1,100 cc engine. Only a very limited number of units were produced and it was built in semi scale. A coupe version was also produced alongside the roadster in very small amounts, most of which ended up in Europe.