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Buy, Sell and Search => Spares required => Topic started by: oldracer on 12 June, 2022, 09:26:37 PM



Title: Fulvia berlina S2 stainless trim
Post by: oldracer on 12 June, 2022, 09:26:37 PM
Does anyone happen to have the stainless side trim for the rear left quarter of a series 2 Fulvia berlina?

Mine decided to detach itself today on the motorway and the chances of finding it are pretty much zero.

I'd rather pay someone in the club than resort to that well-known auction site but needs must.

Thanks.


Title: Re: Fulvia berlina S2 stainless trim
Post by: simonandjuliet on 13 June, 2022, 10:26:03 AM
Can you send me a photo of the other side (quite detailed please) ? I have some new ones , but they may be S1 so need to check - send to my personal email ?



Title: Re: Fulvia berlina S2 stainless trim
Post by: lancialulu on 13 June, 2022, 11:10:03 AM
Again a phot of  the area would be helpful as I have some S2 Berlina SS trim parts.

Tim


Title: Re: Fulvia berlina S2 stainless trim
Post by: oldracer on 13 June, 2022, 03:36:57 PM
Hi Tim,

Thanks for coming back to me, attached a picture of the now-missing trim piece.

It's about 90cm long and is straight, unlike the trim on series 1 cars.

Best regards,

Ian


Title: Re: Fulvia berlina S2 stainless trim
Post by: lancialulu on 13 June, 2022, 04:43:15 PM
I may have that. Will look tomorrow or Wed. Can you wait as I am unable to post for a month…


Title: Re: Fulvia berlina S2 stainless trim
Post by: oldracer on 13 June, 2022, 05:19:19 PM
Hi Tim,

Absolutely no rush, no shows coming up and the car is due to go in for a few very minor jobs.

Off topic but recently I needed two new tyres and my garage fitted Pirelli P1 Cinturatos at £67 each all in, which I thought was a bargain.

I also had the tracking done, offside wasn't bad but the nearside was way out. With that and new rubber it now goes where I point it.

All the best,

Ian


Title: Re: Fulvia berlina S2 stainless trim
Post by: Justin McArdle on 14 June, 2022, 06:06:23 AM
Hi Ian

I have various Berlina S2 trim currently stored under a staircase at work. If you can let me know the exact length I will have a rummage.

Best
Justin





Title: Re: Fulvia berlina S2 stainless trim
Post by: lancialulu on 15 June, 2022, 10:13:43 AM
Ian

I have 2 long trims see photo c 82cm. Both  need a clean and polish and  one is a  bit mangled. Happy to give free. Can bring to the National Rally or post mid July (your cost...)

Tim


Title: Re: Fulvia berlina S2 stainless trim
Post by: oldracer on 20 June, 2022, 06:56:33 PM
Tim, Justin,

Thanks very much for the offers, chaps. The piece is bang on 90cm long so if you happen to have it Justin that would be great. I'll be at Goodwood in August if you're there, if not I'm sure we can work something out.

Btw if anyone else is looking for S2 berlina spares there's a chap selling a bunch on eBay at the moment. His name is Rupert Lawson and his email is rupertchlawson@gmail.com

Changing tack slightly, I've ordered a pair of bonnet straps from Demon Tweeks as if I do more than 60mph the bonnet has an unnerving tendency to lift. I'm sure it's safe enough but just as a contingency...

All the best,

Ian


Title: Re: Fulvia berlina S2 stainless trim
Post by: Justin McArdle on 20 June, 2022, 09:56:49 PM
Hi Ian

I'll try to get to the parts this week and let you know.
I am fairly confident the right trim is in the collection.

Best
Justin


Title: Re: Fulvia berlina S2 stainless trim
Post by: fay66 on 21 June, 2022, 01:34:44 PM
Tim, Justin,

Thanks very much for the offers, chaps. The piece is bang on 90cm long so if you happen to have it Justin that would be great. I'll be at Goodwood in August if you're there, if not I'm sure we can work something out.
Hi Ian,
My bonnet has always been the same, but in 36.000 miles over 21 years it's never let go, so unless you really feel the need, I'd say you don't need bonnet straps.
Brian
8227 8)

Btw if anyone else is looking for S2 berlina spares there's a chap selling a bunch on eBay at the moment. His name is Rupert Lawson and his email is rupertchlawson@gmail.com

Changing tack slightly, I've ordered a pair of bonnet straps from Demon Tweeks as if I do more than 60mph the bonnet has an unnerving tendency to lift. I'm sure it's safe enough but just as a contingency...

All the best,

Ian