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 on: Today at 07:09:06 AM 
Started by Kindabluenose - Last post by neil-yaj396
Have you joined the Consortium yet? A must for Flavia ownership I would have thought.....

 on: Yesterday at 08:17:47 PM 
Started by dhla40 - Last post by dhla40
Does anyone have a diagram of the cooling and heater circuit of a S2? I have a leaking heater matrix and during investigation I noticed that the hose from the top of the engine goes to the valve at the bottom of the heater and the hose from the top of the heater goes to the bottom of the radiator.  I am concerned that this will cause an airlock in the heater during refill, can anyone confirm the correct orientation of the hoses.


 on: Yesterday at 07:16:20 PM 
Started by HaydnW92 - Last post by m tulloch
Well done. That looks like a very similar spec as mine including the automatic rear headrests. If you're needing any information, just drop me a line & I'll see if I can help.

 on: Yesterday at 06:25:38 PM 
Started by 038tipo - Last post by JohnMillham
Free Friday Bonus!

For early arrivals on Friday, the team at Girardo & Co have kindly offered to open their exclusive showroom for 12 of us to drool over some of the stunning and historic cars in their collection.  Max Girardo is passionate about Italian cars, Lancia especially - and even more so if they have a competition heritage.  Check out their website at for a taster.

Departing the hotel around 4.30pm, we will drive the five miles or so to the showroom and return around 6pm, in plenty of time for the barbeque and quiz.

To reserve your place, please email me directly on or call/text me on 07946 079222 - first come, first served!

There were some terrific Lancias on display, including a very early Lambda, 11294, which used to be SV 841, but has now been registered BF 8628. It has been restored to a very high standard and is now for sale. I didínt dare ask how much! The Astura was in superb condition, and accompanied by an immaculate Aprilia and a very tidy Ardea. .

 on: Yesterday at 06:09:31 PM 
Started by Kindabluenose - Last post by Kindabluenose
Hi All,

Relatively new owner and I want to get my car serviced - Flavia...

Anyone know where the best place to get parts from - oil / air filters / spark plus etc.,

Thanks for any help...


 on: Yesterday at 02:00:18 PM 
Started by donw - Last post by Mihran
Great to see you this weekend.
We can come but will probably be Lancia-less as we plan to sell the Fulvia for a bigger family Lancia.

In the meantime I can put Lancia badges on the Citroen 2CV?


 on: Yesterday at 11:25:42 AM 
Started by frankxhv773t - Last post by lancialulu
These things happen after bodywork where dust accumulates and stops the mechanism working. I have had in a "sealed" brake light switch...

 on: Yesterday at 10:26:18 AM 
Started by frankxhv773t - Last post by lancianut666
It does look very sturdy seems strange it has failed.

 on: Yesterday at 09:29:37 AM 
Started by frankxhv773t - Last post by frankxhv773t
The new owner of the Y10 Fire LX that Kevinlincs restored and sold through Matthewsons was at the AGM with its new owners. On the way though the catch on the boot lock failed.

There are two claws that should spring together when the boot is slammed so holding it in place. One of these was springing but the other was flopping around aimlessly so the boot wouldn't fasten. This isn't a massive problem as the tailgate is heavy enough to stay closed but you do get noise, possibly fumes, and a definite lack of security.

I have been asked if I have a spare I've looked it out and cleaned it up but come to the conclusion that they are unlikely to break.

There are three moving parts and a spring. The moving parts are fastened with pivots that are heavily riveted in place. All three parts of the problem one were still in place so what I suspect has happened is either the return spring has come unhooked or that one part of  mechanism has jumped position.

It should be possible to unhook the spring, move the parts back in to the correct position then reattach the spring so curing the problem.

Here are some pictures; front and back with the catch open, front and back with the catch closed and one with the spring unhooked and the parts out of position.

I'll try and give an update as things progress.

 on: 26 July, 2021, 09:17:47 PM 
Started by DaveKennedy - Last post by DaveKennedy
If Iíd known what was involved I donít think I would have started!
Fortunately the old bearing was actually bad as we believed, and there is now a very low level of bearing noise with the box in neutral and the clutch engaged. It was very noisy before.

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