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John O's Fiat Insanity

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I'm afraid this site has been a mess for a while.  I'm sorting out older material and adding in some new.  I've also split out my Scorpion stuff into it's own set of pages HERE

As before, what is posted here will continue to be mostly centered around (but not limited to) my irrational desire to own and drive notoriously unreliable but fun and funky automobiles. If I dig it and its loosely automotive, not just Fiat, I'll rationalize posting it. 

Among my cars, you won't find much that is very pretty.  Honestly, my friends have nicer cars, but I get little judgement for that from them.  Mine are in various stages, and some feel as if they teeter at the crusher's edge.  In hope, I trudge forward. 

John O

I am a member of a very mellow group of DC area Fiat enthusiasts.  To see what we've been up to, or even possibly join us, click the linked logo below.

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Having trouble with your Fiat or Lancia?   Below are links to very useful on-line forums.  Mirafiori.com is best for general Fiat-Lancia trouble shooting.  Lancisti.org is THE place for Lancia specific everything!   FLU is a good national resource and hosts a large yearly East-coast gathering.

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For every Fiat alive and driving around today, it may well take the contribution of at least three dead ones.  Thanks to my friend Joe for the largest measure of care and feeding for my rusty old cars.
 
 


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 Site Updated 26 January 2010