Upcoming EventsOct9SunOct11Tue7:30 pm Monthly General Meeting @ Elephant & Castle HotelMonthly General Meeting @ Elephant & Castle HotelOct 11 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pmThe FLCCSA holds its meetings at the Elephant and Castle Hotel 179 West Terrace Adelaide, on the second Tuesday of every month at 7:30PM. Why not come a bit early and enjoy a meal and a drink beforehand. Use the … Continue reading →Oct20Thu11:00 am Midweek Coffee Run @ Various venues, check the magazine/newsletter/website/Facebook for detailsMidweek Coffee Run @ Various venues, check the magazine/newsletter/website/Facebook for detailsOct 20 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pmThe ‘FLCCSA Midweek Coffee Run’ is a monthly event specially created for those members who have the spare time for a coffee, some brunch, and a yarn about all things FIAT with fellow members and enthusiasts. Held on the third … Continue reading →
Category Archives: Wanted
I’m after the chrome door trim that runs along the top of the drivers side door for a 76 Fiat Spider. For enquiries email Chris at email@example.com
I’m after a White, FIAT 128 as sold recently sold on Gumtree earlier this year (listed for $3500). It has a 1500cc modified engine. The car was located in Port Naorlunga, south of Adelaide and it also had a bit of … Continue reading
Fiat 130 (sedan or coupe) rear badge – 3200 (as per photo below) Contact: Garry Forward firstname.lastname@example.org
WANTED – Steering wheel hub to suit any post-1973 FIAT. Steering wheel hub – any post-73 Fiat will be fine. Also a small flat-faced sports steering wheel 250mm to 280mm dia max. I need to create some knee clearance in … Continue reading
WANTED – Series 1 Fiat X1/9. Prefer original condition and colour (bronze, blue or green) and in roadworthy/driveable condition. Phone Tony on 0433430600 or contact via email at email@example.com if you have something.
THIS ITEM HAS BEEN ACQUIRED. CALIPER MOUNTS : I need a pair of 124/125/132/etc etc cast iron front caliper mounts. I have light weight 850 ones but these only take the thin pads…. I’d rather not machine the pads down … Continue reading