On The Track At Brooklands
Picture: Steven Abbott
Tweets by @Fiat500ClubGB The Club was formed to bring together owners, their families and enthusiastic supporters of the classic Fiat 500 and all its many derivatives, Topolino, Gamine, Jolly, Giardiniera, Abarth etc. produced from the 1930’s to the 1970’s including the Fiat 126 and 600.
We are a ‘not for profit’ club, organised by and for its members, to give advice, support and assistance in all 500 related matters.
We endeavour to promote the true spirit of 500 ownership.
We attend classic car events, arrange demonstrations, visits to places of interest, plan social gatherings including pub lunches, restaurants and various Italian–related events.
We issue a bi-monthly full-colour magazine containing event reports, member’s experiences of major European travel, and long term ownership; advice about restoration plans, routine maintenance, modifications to make (and avoid) plus parts for sale both new and ‘recycled’ and a balanced selection of trade advertisements — mainly 500 related.
In the alternate months a newsletter is published containing late news and updates and is sent by email or post. Our shop contains a wide variety of club branded items at reasonable prices.In our members’ section of the website we're building an archive of technical information for the Fiat owner, this includes original paint codes and good quality wiring diagrams, and will be added to on a regular basis.
We are affiliated to Fiat 500 Club Italia which has a membership of around 20,000. We're also members of the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs who aim to protect our right to use our classic cars from new legislation.
We invite you now to become a member, to follow us on Twitter or to post on our Facebook page.
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