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Tim Ray
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« on: 13 January, 2011, 08:33:35 PM »

Hello
Just to let you know I've just put on e-bay a new, blank, white headed key which I have been advised fits the doors and boot to the Aurelia, Flaminia and early Flavia.
It will also fit the ignition of Series 1 Fulvia.
I bought it having been told it was suitable for my Series 2 Fulvia. You can see the profile of the key quite clearly in the photo's. The e-bay item no. is 230573622361.
Hopefully it will be of use to someone.
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Tim
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« Reply #1 on: 13 January, 2011, 09:55:44 PM »

Hello
Just to let you know I've just put on e-bay a new, blank, white headed key which I have been advised fits the doors and boot to the Aurelia, Flaminia and early Flavia.
It will also fit the ignition of Series 1 Fulvia.
I bought it having been told it was suitable for my Series 2 Fulvia. You can see the profile of the key quite clearly in the photo's. The e-bay item no. is 230573622361.
Hopefully it will be of use to someone.
Regards
Tim

Hi Tim,
It's the same profile as my white key for the boot and petrol filler flap locks on my Series 1 2c Berlina, and I'm pretty sure my series 1 1.3 Rallye coupe had the same profile.
Certainly it isn't the same profile as the black ignition key for my Fulvia, which has the groove nearer the bottom.

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« Reply #2 on: 14 January, 2011, 03:37:10 PM »

Hello Brian
Many thanks for info. Have put it in the Q / A  part of the e-bay listing. I suppose that during the 40+ years of a cars life the locks can have  been changed. Vital to check profile of the key as I found to my cost.
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Tim
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