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For sale:  1974 124 Spider Cylinder Head (1756cc, aka "1800"...original to 1974-1978 124 Spiders) - Complete head pulled from a running car....probably 25 years ago & shelved by a series of Fiat fanatics (including myself) since then.  Come to think of it, I think I have two of these, complete & the other still has the '74 EPA smog pump attached!  woohoo!   $60 + shipping.


FIAT Sheet Metal a-plenty!

I've had some folks ask recently about doors, hoods, trunk lids and the like for FIAT Spider are some photos.  Keep in mind, the complete cars in the photos no longer exist.  I'll point out the parts, but don't ask me about the whole car, because it isn't there! (except the '72 124 Coupe, that is...for now, at least....)

Here is one of the Spider 2000 hoods:
front.jpgand, here is one of the '73-'78 124 Spider hoods (small hump hoods - cool!)
DSC_1467.JPGand, a Spider 2000 trunk lid....
rear.jpgand, a 124 Spider trunk lid:
So, there ya' have it! These are all straight, rust-free body panels that just need a good, loving home. 

124 coupe blower fan.jpg I bought this for my '72 124 Coupe which ended up being dismantled for parts.  It's dusty, but in great shape.  This should fit the bill for any B or C series 124 Sport Coupe (that's '70'-75) or...I've seen these boxes used quite nicely to provide dash ventilation in a way that actually blows heat or fresh air in the general direction of the driver.....uh, that's an upgrade for the 124 Spider or Spider 2000, in case you didn't realize it :)  I think $45 is a fair price for this....

FIAT 124 Coupe Hood (1970-1972)

This is a solid hood, with almost no rust.  Coupe_front.jpg Donor car was a 1972 124 Coupe.  Left rear corner is a bit bent due to sliding off the top of the car, but there are no metal creases.  This is one you'll have to pick up in's big..and heavy.