Never too many Fiats?

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Re: Never too many Fiats?

Post by cgranju » Fri Feb 17, 2017 10:59 pm

Thanks Jim!

I was sort of dumb to have ever sold that one I think.
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Re: Never too many Fiats?

Post by Ernie Tipton » Tue Feb 21, 2017 9:17 am

Since this thread has already moved around a bit, hope you don't mind me jumping in.

Chris, I still have the green '74. I loaned it to my youngest son for a year when he was down on his luck and the Spider now looks a bit down on its luck. I retired to a farm at the end of last year, so as soon as I get my shop built that car goes to the head of the project line to get its pride back.

Carl, no such thing as too many Fiats, for you especially. You do something with them even when you weren't retired.

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Re: Never too many Fiats?

Post by cgranju » Tue Feb 21, 2017 9:54 am

Glad to hear it's still around. If it ends up somehow not making back into the rotation of drivers...or if you want to unload everything from the head gasket up on the engine, get in touch with me!

That was a cool car and really only needed someone more of a detailer than an engineer type (ie, more someone not me) to make it as pretty as it was fun to drive....and it was fairly pretty as I remember it.
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