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- Published on Sunday, 29 January 2012 18:00
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Club Membership Benefits
The benefits of Club membership include:
The X/19 Owners Club is pleased to announce that it has negotiated a deal with specialist insurance broker, Heritage Classic Car Insurance, securing discounted insurance premiums for club members.
Fiat X/19 Owners Club members will receive up to 15% off Heritage’s competitive classic car insurance premiums. In return Heritage will support the Club by paying a commission based on all member business.
This is a great new benefit for UK club members only. Existing members just need to log on to the Memebers Only section of the site to find out more and either ring the dedicated phone line or click onto the logo to go straight to Heritage’s website.
If you’re not yet a Club member, well now’s the time to join! Click on the JOIN NOW button above. If you are already a member and logged in click this link.
We offer a wide selection of regalia items including, sweatshirts, sports shirts, sweaters, tee shirts, car mats, mugs, key-rings, badges etc. Some back issues of the magazine are also available for those articles you missed and wished you hadn't, plus a technical compilation of past magazine articles is available.
Advice on maintenance and tuning is available not only through the magazine but also via a Club technical adviser, who is only a telephone call away. Almost every possible modification has been made at sometime or other by a member of the Club, from improved brakes, to 2 litre twin-cam conversions. Simple modifications can include installing an override on the radiator fan thermostat to prevent overheating in motorway queues, but whatever it may be, it's almost certainly been seen before.
Club meetings range from informal local pub meets and treasure hunts etc., to participation in more formal national events such as the Classic and Sports Car Show at the NEC. Overseas visits are equally an important part of our activities and represent very good value for money. The Club has already been to Italy, France, Denmark, Germany, Holland and Belgium, offering the chance to meet X1/9 enthusiasts from other Clubs abroad.
The Club magazine and "news mag" is free to all members, for details of events, technical articles, cars and spares for sale, advertisements from parts suppliers, insurers etc., and last but not least, the experiences of other Club members.