The Polski Fiat 125p was manufactured between 1967 and 1991 in Poland by the state-owned manufacturer Fabryka Samochodów Osobowych ("FSO") under a license agreement with Fiat. It was a simplified variation of the Fiat 125, with engines and mechanicals from the Fiat 1300/1500.
Nicknames: In Poland the Fiat 125p is called "Kredens" (cupboard), "Kant" (edge) or "Bandyta"/"Bandzior" (bandit/cut-throat) by younger part of society. Most common nickname is "Duży Fiat" (the big Fiat), as opposed to the Fiat 126p which is called "Maluch" (Small one). In Hungary, people usually call it "Nagypolski" or "Nagypolák" (big Polski), while the 126 is dubbed "Kispolski" or "Kispolák" (small Polski). In the former Yugoslavia, the 125p was called "Pezejac". In the Czechoslovakia was called "Polák". In Finland the FSO 125p pick-up was officially sold as "FSO Polle" ("horse") ans some versions also had very large fiberglass covers over the bed.