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Old 8th October 2009, 22:00   #286
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Thats a great looking Fiat.I have the same Fiat ,if someone can help me find the original meter cover,stearingwheel,and front round indicator lights.
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@Karl, I have just noticed something.

The Black One has 4 wheel bolts.

The Blue and White one has 6 wheel bolts.

The one I had posted has 5 wheel bolts.

How come?
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@Karl, I have just noticed something.

The Black One has 4 wheel bolts.

The Blue and White one has 6 wheel bolts.

The one I had posted has 5 wheel bolts.

How come?
That's because the black car is altered and does not have stock wheels, the one you posted is also altered. The blue and white appears to have some plastic type wheelcover.
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Guys - learning to send photographs - please excuse any mistakes.

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Behram sir, an excellent Fiat just saw ur photos n wanted to know if u can help me find the original side beeding same as on ur Fiat n an original steering wheel with Fiat horn button and a black speedometer cover.I also have the same Fiat 1963 and am missing these original from it.And wanted to Thankyou for letting me know about the other Fiat on sale,as of now i can not afford to buy that.Any way THANKYOU.Regards,Singh.
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Mr singh send me your list of parts for your fiat i can give you new parts pm me your number
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Spotted this Super Select in a compound in Kasturba Road. The wheel caps were of Millecento i guess. Other than that all seem to be original.
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Spotted this Super Select in a compound in Kasturba Road. The wheel caps were of Millecento i guess. Other than that all seem to be original.
Great! 'seems to have a passionate owner!

Horn-button (padmini one) is not original too.

One question though to fiat gurus (karl, rony et al)- are those numberplate lights original to super-selects? I thought only the selects came with them?

Another Superselect I came across here has these too.
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Great! 'seems to have a passionate owner!

Horn-button (padmini one) is not original too.

One question though to fiat gurus (karl, rony et al)- are those numberplate lights original to super-selects? I thought only the selects came with them?

Another Superselect I came across here has these too.
Shyam,

We have offered our help in sourcing few original nonoriginal parts in the Car. Let the owner call us.
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That's a beautiful SS there arun, is he in your club? Also, any pix of the amby peeking out from the shed? :P Does the owner have more classics?
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That's a beautiful SS there arun, is he in your club? Also, any pix of the amby peeking out from the shed? :P Does the owner have more classics?
At present the driver/caretaker is a member of our club. The owner seem to be very busy.

The cars are being restored by a doctor-friend of the owner. I have posted a pic of the amby in this thread. http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/vintag...ml#post1594838
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Spotted this Super Select in a compound in Kasturba Road. The wheel caps were of Millecento i guess. Other than that all seem to be original.
What a lovely unmolested original superselect !! The inner door panels are looking fab, are they clip-type ?
And look at those aluminium inner door / window winder handles !
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Is the air box assembly of Select and superselect different as in the pictures below.

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Is the air box assembly of Select and superselect different as in the pictures below.
Rony Baba, where are you ?!? You are probably the only one on this forum who has an OH-REE-G-NAL Select AND Super Select. Which is the right assembly for which car ?
(For us, Rony Baba is better than Google Baba.)
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Rony Baba, where are you ?!? You are probably the only one on this forum who has an OH-REE-G-NAL Select AND Super Select. Which is the right assembly for which car ?
(For us, Rony Baba is better than Google Baba.)
Instead, lets call him OH-REE-G-NAL baba.
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Rony Baba, where are you ?!? You are probably the only one on this forum who has an OH-REE-G-NAL Select AND Super Select. Which is the right assembly for which car ?
(For us, Rony Baba is better than Google Baba.)
Oh sorry for the confusion, the first one is of select, the second picture is of Super select, it's our Rony's car.

The question is, is there a difference between them?
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