MR. FIAT parts

Discussion in 'Vintage (thru 365 GTC4)' started by cyama, Mar 26, 2020.

  1. cyama

    cyama Rookie

    Oct 18, 2011
    reno, NV
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    cary yamamoto
    Hi Guys,
    I'm on the hunt for front and rear glass for my 330 GTC. I have found them on ebay with MR. FIAT. Does anyone have experience with them and is the glass good quality? It seems they have other parts for these models as well.
    Thanks for your help!

  2. Jack-the-lad

    Jack-the-lad Three Time F1 World Champ
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    Jun 22, 2004
    Isle of Luci
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    I have seen their eBay stuff, much of which seems over priced, but I have never bought from them. I suggest inquiring what manufacturer is supplying the glass.
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  3. pshoejberg

    pshoejberg Formula 3
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    Peter H
    Mr Fiat sells a lot of parts from European companies. As indicated above it is often cheaper to find the vendor and buy directly. Especially with the currently strong dollar.

    Best regards Peter
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  4. christc

    christc Karting

    Mar 3, 2013
    Absolutely agree with statements above. Sometimes extremely overpriced if compared to original suppliers.
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  5. Jack-the-lad

    Jack-the-lad Three Time F1 World Champ
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    Also, aside from the possibility of dealing with the manufacturer, it would ensure that one us not buying an inferior product.
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  6. Nuvolari

    Nuvolari F1 Veteran
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    Sep 3, 2002
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    Rob C.
    Mr. Fiat is a good company that specializes in selling parts from vendors around the world. None of the stuff they have is NOS and not everything they have listed is in stock either. That said I have visited their operations and they are a real company with a large warehouse and inventory. My dealings have all been positive and it is up to you to decide if you like their pricing or not.
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  7. jcavalie

    jcavalie Formula Junior
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    Jun 4, 2005
    Oakland, CA
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    I’ve bought rubber parts for my GTC from Mr Fiat and they worked out fine. I’ve also bought from reoriginals (NOS carpet pieces and some other bit parts) and had good luck there too. I believe they also had the GTC glass. I believe Shaughnessy has some made too - but i don’t recall where I heard that.
  8. Jumprun

    Jumprun Karting

    Feb 7, 2012
    Southern California
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    T. Martinez
    Don't forget The rear glass should have defroster heating elements embedded in it. I have seen early cars with a wide clearly visible horizontal heating element . I have a late car with the original glass and it has a multitude of very very small wires, they are hardly perceptible without close examination.

    I too have used Mr fiat for a few small rubber pieces, they were fairly priced and delivered as promised. They have a lot of items for the GTC and it might make sense to use them for one stop shopping.
  9. Rory J

    Rory J Formula Junior
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    With Mr. Fiat, be sure to call before placing orders. I've bought parts, waited a week or two, only to find the part isn't in stock after all that time and will take several more weeks to arrive.

    Otherwise, the parts I've gotten have generally been fine.
  10. pshoejberg

    pshoejberg Formula 3
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    Mr Fiat gets their Ferrari rubber parts from a leading Italian supplier. This supplier has their web shop and all parts are readily available for immediate shipping (A good shop after Italian standard...-:)). I consider Mr Fiat as a good and serious company and I really like the way they present the parts, but it comes with small a possibly very fair fee.

  11. Edward 96GTS

    Edward 96GTS F1 Rookie
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    Nov 1, 2003
    call dustin or patrick at Motion Products. they also carry the same high quality italian rubber from italy.
  12. TTR

    TTR Formula 3
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    Appears to be like many other popular online (only) parts vendors (think RockAuto, etc) geared toward do-it-yourself/hobbyist consumers. While they seem to feature huge number of listings, the actual in-stock availability probably more limited.

    Based on casual observations of numerous inaccurate or inconspicuous listing descriptions, staff probably not too knowledgeable of actual applications, so I wouldn’t expect much technical advise/assistance should any be required.

    I’d imagine most professional mechanics or restorers shun away from these kinds of suppliers as many or most can probably purchase many of the same items from their trusted & knowledgeable suppliers for less.
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  13. SCantera

    SCantera Formula 3
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    Aug 4, 2004
    Living Falls NC
    I bought a new windscreen from Tom a few years ago for my GTC. Tom sells the right stuff.
  14. swift53

    swift53 F1 Rookie
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    If you are in need of rubber parts, Cicognani is THE source.
    Most likeky shuttered now, and most likely to survive this ordeal...

    Regards, Alberto
  15. steve meltzer

    steve meltzer Formula Junior

    Sep 18, 2004
    with Enzo 8995
    i"ve had uniformly good service from them whether directly or eBay. steve
  16. lancia

    lancia Formula Junior

    Jan 18, 2004
    Most rubber being sold by various vendors for Italian automobiles is sourced from Cicognani. As noted, MPI offers Cicognani products and Mr. FIAT offerings also appear to be Cicognani. You can order directly from Cicognani, and my one experience was positive, responsive, good to deal with. Direct purchase can save some money, especially less VAT for the US, even with the shipping. Of course returning something means another larger shipping expense, and perhaps not worth returning small items overseas. Occasionally their applications and application numbers are mistaken and they do not necessarily have every odd piece. Study the photos where available. I think MPI has the advantage of experience to verify the right application numbers for Ferrari's.

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