Here are Some Links to Other Renault-Related Sites:
Renault Clubs of South Africa
WP Renault Club and Renault Club ZA
Amicale Floride et Caravelle
A Caravelle and Floride Club in France with over 60 members!
The best monthly French magazine for the old car restorer and enthusiast. Worth subscribing to if you can read French.
The Renault Freres
UK-based club for Renault Owners of cars 1897-1940
Mille Miles Alpine Magazine
“The first bi-monthly magazine devoted entirely to the Alpine” Site en français.
Renault Alpine Club International
“We are the biggest Renault Alpine club in the world.” Site can be translated several languages.
Renault Car Club (Singapore)
This site is a discussion forum for Renaults in Singapore
The R-8 in Spain By FASA-RENAULT
For information on the Renault 8 made in Spain, “El Rincón del Renault 8” (in Spanish)
R-10 Restoration page- Spain
This page is dedicated to the restoration of a Renault 10.
R-8 and R-10 Club of Spain
A new Spanish club set up by Félix García and Pepe de la Parte.
Renault 4CV Register of Australia
The 4CV Register is Australia’s national body for enthusiasts of the Renault 4CV and its direct derivatives, the Dauphine and Floride (Caravelle).
Parts in France
Atelier Accessoires Automobiles Ancienne
Z.I. Artisanale RN 89
33750 BEYCHAC et CAILLAU
Tel: +33 5 56 72 47 11
Fax: +33 5 56 72 46 61
In the southwest of France. They have a catalog of spare parts for Caravelle including shock absorbers, steering parts, brakes, exhaust, clutch, carburettor, engine parts, electric, rubber.
West Auto Collection
1 rue Montreuil
Phone number: 02 43 63 03 59
Fax number: 02 43 63 03 89
Specializing in French car parts from the 50s & 60s. Now online with downloadable catalogs. In the east of France. They have a catalog of spare parts for Caravelle including shock absorbers, steering parts, brakes, exhaust, clutch, carburettor, enngine parts, electric, rubber.
Tel: 01 60 02 07 24
Fax: 01 60 02 15 07
They produce and sell rubber, carpets and aluminum trim for old cars. Many retailers buy their rubber parts from this company. The best company in France for this, I’ve been told.
87220 Crouzeix Feytiat
Tel: +33 05 55 48 38 58
Fax: +33 05 55 00 27 96
10 Rue de l’Ancienne Mairie
Tel: 01 34 79 12 60
Fax: 01 34 79 12 59
Robri produced cool aftermarket trim pieces found on many French cars in the 50’s & 60’s.
Melun Rétro Passion
60 rue Vauchèvre
Phone number:01 64 81 31 00
Fax number: 01 64 81 31 09
Renault Club Member Sites
Club Alpine Mexico
Great website devoted to the Renault Alpine
Renault Club Parts and Information Sources
Vintage Sports Car Inc, Historic Race Car
1114 Rail Drive D
Woodstock, IL 60098\tel/fax 815 337 4001
Web sites: www.VintageSportsCar.net and www.HistoricRaceCar.com
My company does not work on anything “modern” We specialize in Renault and other French products and are very familiar with most British cars as well. We have many customers from around the country with cars that were produced in too small numbers so that manuals are not available. Our understanding of mechanics and machine facilities have been proven very valuable to those customers.
The Renault Source
(in Florida) Servicing- Caravelles, Gordinis, 4 CVs, Dauphines, R-5 -8 -10 -12 -15 -16 -17 and Alpine A-110s. With new and used parts in stock. Special order parts available. Open shop by appointment.
Tel & Fax: (305) 247-2607 Afternoons & Evenings EST
Robbins Auto Tops
Tel: (805) 604-3200
Fax: (805) 604-3201
Convertible tops for Caravelle/Floride (remember that there were 3 slightly different tops for 1960-1967) plus Alliance.
Parts in Other Countries
Old Timer Service
NL-6372 AP Landgraaf
Specializes in new and used parts for all rear engine Renaults. Comes highly recommended from a few Renault club members here in the U.S. who have used them for parts.
Jan says: Klaus Polzl told us at several club meetings that we have probably the largest stock of new R16 parts that he had ever seen.
Next to the 16 parts we also have large amounts of other new renault parts before 1985 (no we’re not professionals, it’s just a hobby that got out of hand)
Maybe its good to mention this as well.