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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)


Q1 How much does is cost to be an AEW member?

Your AEW participation requires no membership fee and has no annual dues. It just requires that you follow a few rules, which are basically no more than common courtesy and ethical behavior.

Q2 What are the "rules" for being an AEW member?

There is a legal statement you must agree to and there are guidelines for behavior as you participate in AEW. Below are the guidelines for behavior that every member needs to follow while participating in AEW.

These are the "do's and don'ts" of AEW participation. Pay careful attention to them.

  • Have fun, be positive, be helpful, and be honest
  • Be courteous when you send email (send to the most appropriate list only)
  • Be aware of copyrighted photos and documents and obtain permission
  • Do not sell any AEW shared information, documents, or photos
  • Avoid brokering* activity (cars or parts)
  • Do not forward any AEW CARS and PARTS listings or AEW site photos to non-members, just encourage them to join!

*This means you may not contact AEW members without their permission asking them if you can: 1) buy or sell their cars or parts or 2) Arrange the sale of a car or parts in exchange for a commission.

As long as you faithfully observe these Guidelines and embrace the Goals, AEW should provide you with a great deal of enjoyment. Any failure to comply with the above will likely result in your removal from AEW membership....and you'll miss a lot of cool stuff!!

Q3 What are the "goals" of AEW?

They are stated below:

  • Increase communication among owners/enthusiasts by sharing knowledge
  • Improve the "status of the marques"
  • Gather and share historic/technical information, manuals, videos, & photos
  • Assemble a true picture of how many cars were built
  • Locate all remaining cars
  • Energize current owners and get them moving and participating
  • Help get more cars running again by helping locate parts and services
  • Help bring back all Abarth owners and enthusiasts as participants

Q4 Where can I find out more about Abarth?

Select the Guests Articles menu item in the Main Menu. There you will find a listing of several hardbound books written about Abarth cars and Abarth and C. under the Item Title listing "Books About Abarth". Many are now out of print and may have to be purchased in used condition, but some can be purchased today.

Q5 Why do I need to qualify to be an AEW member?

As with many internet-based clubs, having qualified membership keeps confidential information confidential. It also binds the member to a set of legal and ethical regulations. While AEWs membership is not meant for the general public, our site does provide lots of Abarth information in its non-member pages. Please enjoy this information. We hope you find it useful and interesting.

Q6 Are there many AEW members?

AEW was first conceived in January of 2005. At that time lists of potential members were developed by a small (perhaps a dozen) group of long-time Abarth enthusiasts. The compiled contained recollections of other enthusiasts and owners from years past. With a few weeks, the list totaled over 500 names! One of the problems was that only about 80 email addresses were known. The initial email list mailing brought about 40 positive responses and several returns as "undeliverable". Soon, however, the 40 original members helped find more of the potential enthusiasts and many new email addresses. At the end of May 2005 AEW membership reached 150 active members.



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