Can the Coop be seen as having fully achieved official (or rather, as official as can be) classic status?
I've been on this forum for over 10 years and throughout this time, I've seen articles referring to the Coop as a 'future classic.' The most recent being that Daily Mail one. And I'm sure there are many more articles yet to come in the future.
I know everyone from classic car insurers to classic car clubs have their own criteria as to what makes a car a classic.
From the perspective of a classic car having to be special/different/interesting etc, all Coop models meet the criteria.
Age wise, again, all Coop models meet the criteria.
But then value wise, you're probably only looking at LEs and Pluses?
So being as objective as possible, and putting aside any fondness we have for the Coop in general, I suppose the true question is, is the Fiat Coupe officially a classic car in LE or Plus form?