Gruppo Fiat Finlandia is a club for Fiat enthusiasts in Finland founded 1980. The idea of a Fiat club
was originally launched by a group of Fiat 500 owners who had an idea of starting a club for Fiat
In the constitutive meeting it was, however, decided that all the Fiats and Fiat-based vehicles
would be accepted in the club. In other words cars made under licence (Seat, Simca, Neckar, Zastava
and others) and cars belonging to the Fiat-group such as Autobianchi, Lancia, Alfa-Romeo, Ferrari,
Maserati and others would be accepted.
Some of these cars mentioned have their own enthusiast clubs in Finland but in accordance with
Gruppo Fiat Finlandias rules they also fall under the interests of GFF.
The members have museum vehicles, cars of today, older hobbycars, racing cars and racing-car replicas.
Owning a Fiat is not a precondition to be a member of GFF. The club has about 400 members.
GFF together with Fiat-Abarth team and the Fiat 130 Club publishes a magazine
called Bellissima. The magazine is for the members only and appears 2-5 times per year.