Before going directly to the cars, i want to introduce to you a bit of background of my country's status back in the 1980's.
Brief History Lesson:
When Spanish dictator Francisco Franco died in 1975, A democracy was established in the country and, while a lot of Spaniards where happy that dictatorship was over and, Spain's economy was getting much much better and families could win more money it was different is some neighborhoods in town. The 80's where an economic boom to Spain and people started living much better BUT, that included that drug trade was starting in Spain and people where trying hard drugs like Heroin and Cocaine.
Some working class neighborhoods of some cities started turning into ghettos with the drug business (Especially where Gypsies lived). Groups of youths living in these areas that shared a poor background started getting involved in criminals activities, they were known in the 1980's as "Quinquis" or "Kinkis". "Quinquis" = Adventures of notorious young criminals who have achieved fame with crimes. Most of the quinquis where drug addicts who basically robbed and stole cars and spent most on the money on drugs.
In the 90's most of the "Quinquis" where either in jail or dead (Mostly due to the drug abuse). A Film director started making films about them and a new genre in films in Spain came out known as the "Cine Quinqui" (Quinqui movies) which let us good movies.
The cars (Pictures):
It was an easy car to steal and had a lot of acceleration it was called "The crazy" since most had problems with the exhaust, which made them backfire ("like crazy").
Seat 1800 sport
Car used by undercover cops. Seat 1430 standard Version