Welcome to the BetaBoyz Online catalogue.
Firstly, may I thank you for visiting our new online parts catalogue and we hope this will be a better experience than the old one was.
However being all new, there is a downside, that is even if you were an old customer, you will have to register again as if you are a new customer.
We have now the facility to instant checkout using both credit cards (Visa, Mastercard and Amex) or Paypal which will, in a large majority of orders, will be straight away. However payments by check of bank transfer cannot be taken this way, so please read Ordering Info page before starting.
We are now able to accept card payments in person or as a customer not present. This is possible using the new PayPal card reader, this also means phone orders can be taken.
Eventhough we concentrate on the online processes in this website, I have decided to make our storage open to visits a few Saturdays a month 10am to 5pm, ideally book by appointment or if you are near by, drop me a text and pop in for a coffee and a chat. See the Ordering Info for up and coming dates .
BetaBoyz first started its online catalogue page back in Jan 2010, we have had and fulfilled almost a thousand orders on our old one, but now we have again reached the 1000 orders on this format. Thank you.
During this time, our range has increased dramatically which now includes remanufactured, reconditioned and modified parts. Also listed are parts for other Fiat/Lancia models that are shared with the Beta.
We continue to develope new ideas and add new parts to this catalogue.
During 2019, I am hoping to add a greater amount of the used parts i have, and gems that i have found on my travels. So watch out form them.
Lastly Brexit, I am not going to comment on it, but suppliers are increasing prices which I will have to react to accordingly. I will try to limit the effect of these changes but if I am to continue with this resource, it has to be done.
Thanks for your past support and hope we can continue to have it in this new era for us.
Parts by Mark Wastnidge
Website designed by Tony Harrison, many thanks Tony.