Stellantis expanding Heritage Parts catalogue

Stellantis is reproducing parts for some of its classic Italian models, like the Lancia Delta HF Integrale and Fiat Coupe.

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William Stopford
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Damaged the bonnet of your cherished Italian hot hatch beyond repair and can’t find a junkyard replacement? Stellantis has you covered.

Heritage, the Stellantis department dedicated to protecting the heritage of Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Fiat and Lancia, is expanding the list of parts it’s reproducing and selling.

The list of vehicles includes some of the sportier Italian members of its back catalogue, including the legendary Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione.

The Heritage Parts catalogue will now include a reproduction bonnet, fenders and door panels for the hot hatch.

The molds for these steel panels were created via a reverse engineering process that included scanning the HF Integrale Evoluzione in Stellantis’ collection.

These panels use the same alloy as the original components, though they have additional galvanisation.

Stellantis has also added 31 other components for the Alfa Romeo GTV, Spider, 147 and 156 and the Fiat Coupe and Barchetta.

Body parts include bumpers, fenders, doors, tailgates and bonnets, while 10 of the reproduction parts are injection control units.

These can be ordered through Stellantis dealers or directly from the Mopar Store.

The Heritage Parts operation began in late 2019 with reproduction bumpers for the Lancia Delta HF Integrale and HF Integrale Evoluzione, continuing with bumpers for another hot hatch: the Alfa Romeo 147 GTA.

It’s a project shared between Heritage and Mopar, a division of Stellantis that was once the Chrysler Corporation’s parts division.

The automaker is the latest to expand its range of reproduction parts for classic models.

Mazda announced earlier in 2021 it was building 61 different reproduction parts for its final FD generation of RX-7 and 30 parts for its FC predecessor.

Other Japanese automakers have been running heritage programs to supply owners with reproduction parts. These include Honda with its NSX and Beat and Toyota with the A70 and A80 series of its Supra and the 2000GT, while Nissan also reproduces parts for its R33 and R34 Skyline GT-R.


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