Tue 14th Jun 2005 02:53pm Fiat 130 Parts For Sale -BC Canada (Kelly Dicker)
      Tue 14th Jun 2005 03:01pm Maybe BS... (Jon Ranney)
           Tue 14th Jun 2005 04:27pm 130 brakes are same as Dino brakes (rich stephens)
           Fri 24th Jun 2005 05:09am Re: Maybe BS... (Olav Rypdal)
                Fri 24th Jun 2005 10:07am Re: Maybe BS... (rich stephens)
                     Mon 27th Jun 2005 12:10am Re: Maybe BS... (Olav Rypdal)
                          Sat 2nd Jul 2005 01:58pm Re: Maybe BS... (Fiatparts NZ)
                               Sat 2nd Jul 2005 09:42pm Thanks! I got my 2300 and 130 mixed up! (rich stephens)

27791 Tue 14th Jun 2005 02:53pm Fiat 130 Parts For Sale -BC Canada (Kelly Dicker)
I have been contacted by John McDonnell
Regarding Fiat130 Parts for Sale- Apparently the car has been sold but they 
still have soem spares.
If there is any interest, please contact John @
canoverseas@yahoo.ca

Thanks kd

Kelly Dicker           kd@wcmotors.com
Wine Country Motors    http://www.wcmotors.com
755 Sixth Street       707-255-8697

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Folowing is the list of spares that we have, 1 new fuel pump, 1 used but 
overhauled carburetor, 7 new air filters, 6 new timing belts, 13 new oil 
filters, 1 new long belt, 4 new short belts, 1 new long v belt, 4 new short v 
belts, lot of new valve cover gaskets, lots of new head gaskets, lots of new 
valve seals and manifold seals, 1 new lockset, 1 new seat belt, 1 new radio 
cover plate, i used engine mount, 2 rad hoses, 1 used but overhauled water 
pump, 1 new seal for water pump/crankcase, 1 new thermostat, 1 new speedo cable 
and drive, brakes we have 4 new front seats and 4 new rear sets, new electrical 
ignition parts, 1 new master cylinder, new caliper overhaul kits, 1 new exhaust 
manifold, we also have 130 coupe brochures in german and english plus a new 
spec m! anual in english. all the parts were bought in 1983 and 84 from fiat 
espana in madrid and we still have the invoices, with the then 10% federal tax 
plus the bc 7%  our cost was cad6081.00, if you need more info let us know, 
many thanks, regards.



JOHN J MCDONNELL, CHAIRMAN &CEO , CANADIAN OVERSEAS AIRLINES (COA) LTD. 400- 
2003 64TH AVE LANGLEY BC CANADA V2Y 1M9,TEL 604 530 7042, FAX 604 533 7032. E-
MAIL canoverseas@yahoo.ca

27792 Tue 14th Jun 2005 03:01pm Maybe BS... (Jon Ranney)
Does the 130 have the same front brakes as all the other Fiats?

Can't  believe they would.  The 130 is pretty big.  Who has one of these?

Jon Ranney
Royalton Vt
www.fiatpwr.com

http://f1.pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/fiatpwr/my_photos

91 yugo EFI  Daily driver
88 Yugo Cabrio 1.5
77 Fiat 131  Almost ready
70 OTAS  Resto project
96 GMC Suburban
03 Honda Civic

27794 Tue 14th Jun 2005 04:27pm 130 brakes are same as Dino brakes (rich stephens)
Jon Ranney wrote:
: Does the 130 have the same front brakes as all the other Fiats?
: Can't  believe they would.  The 130 is pretty big.  Who has one of these?
: Jon Ranney
: Royalton Vt
: www.fiatpwr.com
: http://f1.pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/fiatpwr/my_photos
: 91 yugo EFI  Daily driver
: 88 Yugo Cabrio 1.5
: 77 Fiat 131  Almost ready
: 70 OTAS  Resto project
: 96 GMC Suburban
: 03 Honda Civic
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Rich Stephens, Pacifica, CA
Former Fiats: two 1500 cabs, a Dino, two 131 wagons, a brava
Current daily:'72 Fiat 238 Weinsberg 'Wohnmobile' CamperVan
Current red car:  '69 124 Spider
One of every Fiat project: http://www.3jar.com/fiat
Bay Area Running of the Fiats club: http://barf.mirafiori.com
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27865 Fri 24th Jun 2005 05:09am Re: Maybe BS... (Olav Rypdal)
Different brakes, ventilated rotors and two piston calipers. Pretty rare part, 
I thought they were unique to the 130, but maybe they'll fit Dinos?
Oh, I have a 130 coupe, much bigger than a 124
Olav Rypdal, Norway
http://foto.aftenposten.no/show_album.php?aid=41465
'71 850 Sport Coupe (A112 Abarth powered)
'74 124 Sport Coupe CC (2x40 IDFs)
'73 130 Coupe
'83 125 Polski Pick up (132 TC power)

27867 Fri 24th Jun 2005 10:07am Re: Maybe BS... (rich stephens)
Olav Rypdal wrote:
: Different brakes, ventilated rotors and two piston calipers. Pretty rare part, 
: I thought they were unique to the 130, but maybe they'll fit Dinos?

It's my understanding that, not only will the fit the Dinos but that they are
the exact same parts (as is much of the rest of the suspension system) and
therefore were developed for the Dino and then used later on the 130.

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Rich Stephens, Pacifica, CA
Former Fiats: two 1500 cabs, a Dino, two 131 wagons, a brava
Current daily:'72 Fiat 238 Weinsberg 'Wohnmobile' CamperVan
Current red car:  '69 124 Spider
One of every Fiat project: http://www.3jar.com/fiat
Bay Area Running of the Fiats club: http://barf.mirafiori.com
............................................................

27879 Mon 27th Jun 2005 12:10am Re: Maybe BS... (Olav Rypdal)
Rich:
It's my understanding that, not only will the fit the Dinos but that they are
the exact same parts (as is much of the rest of the suspension system) and
therefore were developed for the Dino and then used later on the 130.

Well, not quite: The Dinos shared the floorpan w the 1300/1500 and 125 cars. 
Double a-arm front suspension (unlike the 124), live rear axle w leaf springs. 
The series II Dino got IRS, yes the same as the 130. But the 130 has McPerson 
front suspension w torsion springs, not like anything I've seen on other Fiats. 
But of course, this does not mean that any brake system could fit any 
suspension layout. And also, the 130 has the same steering ball joints as the 
124/125, so they are related, sure.
Olav Rypdal, Norway
http://foto.aftenposten.no/show_album.php?aid=41465
'71 850 Sport Coupe (A112 Abarth powered)
'74 124 Sport Coupe CC (2x40 IDFs)
'73 130 Coupe
'83 125 Polski Pick up (132 TC power)

27912 Sat 2nd Jul 2005 01:58pm Re: Maybe BS... (Fiatparts NZ)
the brakes on the 130 are uneque to that model and are in no way interchangable 
with any other Fiat 

The 2.0 Dino has 2300 brakes with vented rotors and spacers in the caliper 
1/2's 

The 2.4 Dino has different brakes again, the rears being the same caliper as a 
citroen SM 


The front suspension on the 130 is a derivative of the 2300 

the Dino suspension and steering is the same as the 1500 in the front and the 
2300 ( 2.0 ) 130 (2.4 ) in the rear with subtle differences 

Hope this helps everybody 




Olav Rypdal wrote:
: Rich:
: It's my understanding that, not only will the fit the Dinos but that they are
: the exact same parts (as is much of the rest of the suspension system) and
: therefore were developed for the Dino and then used later on the 130.
: Well, not quite: The Dinos shared the floorpan w the 1300/1500 and 125 cars. 
: Double a-arm front suspension (unlike the 124), live rear axle w leaf 
springs. 
: The series II Dino got IRS, yes the same as the 130. But the 130 has McPerson 
: front suspension w torsion springs, not like anything I've seen on other 
Fiats. 
: But of course, this does not mean that any brake system could fit any 
: suspension layout. And also, the 130 has the same steering ball joints as the 
: 124/125, so they are related, sure.
: Olav Rypdal, Norway
: http://foto.aftenposten.no/show_album.php?aid=41465
: '71 850 Sport Coupe (A112 Abarth powered)
: '74 124 Sport Coupe CC (2x40 IDFs)
: '73 130 Coupe
: '83 125 Polski Pick up (132 TC power)

27915 Sat 2nd Jul 2005 09:42pm Thanks! I got my 2300 and 130 mixed up! (rich stephens)
Fiatparts NZ wrote:
: the brakes on the 130 are uneque to that model and are in no way
interchangable 
: with any other Fiat 
: The 2.0 Dino has 2300 brakes with vented rotors and spacers in the caliper 
: 1/2's 
: The 2.4 Dino has different brakes again, the rears being the same caliper as a 
: citroen SM 
: The front suspension on the 130 is a derivative of the 2300 
: the Dino suspension and steering is the same as the 1500 in the front and the 
: 2300 ( 2.0 ) 130 (2.4 ) in the rear with subtle differences 
: Hope this helps everybody 
: Olav Rypdal wrote:
: : Rich:
: : It's my understanding that, not only will the fit the Dinos but that they are
: : the exact same parts (as is much of the rest of the suspension system) and
: : therefore were developed for the Dino and then used later on the 130.
: : Well, not quite: The Dinos shared the floorpan w the 1300/1500 and 125 cars. 
: : Double a-arm front suspension (unlike the 124), live rear axle w leaf 
: springs. 
: : The series II Dino got IRS, yes the same as the 130. But the 130 has
McPerson 
: : front suspension w torsion springs, not like anything I've seen on other 
: Fiats. 
: : But of course, this does not mean that any brake system could fit any 
: : suspension layout. And also, the 130 has the same steering ball joints as
the 
: : 124/125, so they are related, sure.
: : Olav Rypdal, Norway
: : http://foto.aftenposten.no/show_album.php?aid=41465
: : '71 850 Sport Coupe (A112 Abarth powered)
: : '74 124 Sport Coupe CC (2x40 IDFs)
: : '73 130 Coupe
: : '83 125 Polski Pick up (132 TC power)
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Rich Stephens, Pacifica, CA
Former Fiats: two 1500 cabs, a Dino, two 131 wagons, a brava
Current daily:'72 Fiat 238 Weinsberg 'Wohnmobile' CamperVan
Current red car:  '69 124 Spider
One of every Fiat project: http://www.3jar.com/fiat
Bay Area Running of the Fiats club: http://barf.mirafiori.com
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