Think about this scenario: you have a rotten Seat Panda and there is also a half bad Fiat 850 Coupé in your garden. Most of us wouldn't think of converting the Coupé into a front-wheel drive car. Yet you only need one person to think about this. This person lives in Poland. After removing the engine and gearbox and clearing out the trunk, the real work started: fabricating engine mounts, rebuilding the suspension, designing and building the cooling system, making the gearshift mechanism, adjusting the wiring harness and probably much more.

This is the result:

850 coupe FWD front

You can see that there is some weight missing at the back because the Seat Panda wheels have a slight positive camber.
And it doesn't matter that the indicators are not original, this project is not judged on originality.

At the back there is a real trunk, neatly lined. To prevent the luggage from getting wet, the cooling slots were closed:

850 coupe FWD rear

The original logo was probably lost, but this conversion is definitely Special.

The rear reminded me of an Audi 1000 SP Coupe:

850 Coupé FWD lijkt op Audi 1000SP Coupé

The interior remained standard, although a few things must have happened underneath:

850 coupe FWD interior

I couldn't find any other pictures of this Coupé; especially the engine compartment and the front suspension seem interesting to me. If you want to know more, you can go and see the car in the Lane Motor Museum in Nashville, Tennessee. They also have this Fiat 850 Spider and a large collection of European cars and all kinds of other weird means of transport.