The 5-1/2 x 14" alloy wheels are made by Cromodora, originally for Lancia. I was able to fit black Fiat caps in the centers of the rear wheels, but they won't fit into the front wheels, so I painted the front hubs black, as a temporary solution. The front and rear Fiat emblems, and Pininfarina side emblems were faded, so I got replacements from Fun Imported Auto & Toys. Tires are nearly-new Yokohama A378s in P215/60 size, and seem OK -- my first non-Michelins in many years. I replaced the stock headlights with new Cibie halogens. I installed Marchal fog lights on my '74 Fiat, but Spiderman won't get any. If the weather is foggy, he stays locked up.
In the top photo, the upholstery color of the two seats looks very different. In real life, they looked much closer; but both seats now have new vinyl, and I also have new inner door panels, all from Bayless. A front license plate would definitely look ugly, so it stays in the trunk. So far, the cops don't seem to care.
The car has apparently been repainted once by a previous owner. Color is original: Fiat #191 "red" -- just like tomato sauce.
The car came with the Autopower roll bar. I added the "124 SPIDER" lettering. The little black pimple just forward of trunk seam is an antenna for XM satellite radio receiver. The car came with a ratty black top boot, which I replaced with beige from Bayless. The black vinyl convertible top worked OK, but looked lousy, and the rear window had yellowed, so the top was replaced with cloth from Bayless. I replaced the rusty front bumper, and a replacement for the rear will go on soon. eBay makes it easy to find anything.
If the weather isn't beautiful, Spiderman stays in the garage. The only time I've driven it with the top up, is when I brought it home from the dealer in the rain. Since the photo was taken, I removed the sun visors.
Rear-end photo shows long-awaited "ITSA 78" vanity plate, to answer the most common question. The "2000" badge on right corner was made for a 2-liter Lancia. My car originally had an "1800" badge, for its smaller 1.8-liter engine; but both the engine and badge were removed when the car belonged to someone else. Before I installed the "2000" badge, I used the "I for Italy" sticker shown in another photo.
I "enhanced" the roll bar with some custom lettering I ordered online from SignSpecialist.com. Excellent quality, reasonable price, fast delivery.
I got a new windshield from Bayless, and a not-quite-new windshield frame from Fun Imported Auto & Toys. Both were installed at Carl Massafra's Auto Body in Milford CT. Carl's company also did the upholstery.