Links

Parts

NB. The Renault 4CV Register of Australia provides the accompanying list of parts suppliers for information only. The Register is neither endorsing nor recommending any or all of these suppliers. Our sole objective is to provide comprehensive information on parts availability to other enthusiasts. We would welcome advice of any suppliers not included here. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

Cars

Renault 4CV

  • 4CV Renault 1957 R1062 (in French & English) – a French personal page. Highly recommended. There is a stack of good technical information. Also, probably, the most comprehensive set of 4CV links on the internet.
  • Club 4CV (in Swedish) – Swedish 4CV club.

Renault Dauphine

  • 1093 (in French) – a site for the rare “motorsport special” R1093.
  • La Renault Dauphine Gordini 1095 (in French) – Site for late-model Dauphines (from 1965-68)….Just listen!

Renault Floride/Caravelle

Renault 8/10

Alpines

  • Renault Alpine Owners Club Home page for a UK-based club for owners of Renault Alpines and other sporting Renaults.
  • Club Alpine Renault Home page for a UK-based club for owners of Renault Alpines and other sporting Renaults.
  • Renault-Alpine.com An international web site for Renault Alpine owners (now in German).
  • AR Alpine Renault.com(in English) – A French site for all Alpines and sporting rea-engined Renaults.

Rarer Renaults of the 1950s

If you wanted to buy a Renault in the 1950s, other than a 4CV or (later) a Dauphine, what else was available?

  • Frégate Club (in French) – French site for one of the most under-rated classics of the period – Renault’s last front-engined rear-drive car wwith, for the time, very advanced technical specifications.
  • Colorale Club (in French) – interesting French site with plenty of detail (and pictures) of vehicles in the Colorale series which even included a 4×4.
  • La Juvaquatre Renault Home Page (in French and English) – The Juvaquatre was a prewar Renault car which returned to production after the war, with several hundred exported to Australia. It remained in production as a van with a Dauphine engine until 1960.

Other Renault Sites (multiple models)

Australian French Cars Forum

  • Aussiefrogs (in English) – Discussion forum for Australian enthusiasts of all marques and models of French cars.

Motoring Journals

  • Gazoline (In French, some English). Very good site for an excellent French collectable vehicle magazine, often featuring earlier Renaults.
If you should visit one of these links and find it dead, please drop us an email.