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Hi & welcome to aussiefrogs.com Froggy Forum
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It is hoped that members will gain knowledge from other members & share experiences with their French car(s) within this forum.
Searching the net it soon became apparent there was no medium in Australia that adequately allowed ease of discussion across all the French car makes & models.
I am currently restoring a Renault 4 which I believe is a '63 model. As you might expect, getting parts is a bit of a problem.
"There must be someone out there with parts for these beasts" I thought to myself.
The net proved fruitless as most part sources were overseas so transit costs may prove prohibitive.
All you need is someone that knows someone who HAS that hard-to-get part & if the same idea can be reversed we have two happy parties
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We have included a Classified section to give the impression of an online swap meet which should (if we get many members) quench many enthusiasts thirsts for cars & parts.
Please tell your friends about this forum - the more the merrier!
Enjoy your stay & have your say
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Hi,

I think we may still have some Renault 4 parts, unfortunatly most of it's been chucked to the tip over the last 20years. We may still have lights, trim pieces etc from 5 cars. If your interested just e-mail me and I'll see what we have.


I am currently restoring a Renault 4 which I believe is a '63 model. As you might expect, getting parts is a bit of a problem.
 

gibgib

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DoubleChevron,
I may be after a new body now as the one I intended to retore is more rusty than I would have prefered.
Probably still going to need some panel beating which ever way I go.

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