FRY’S SPARES has for 40 years been your best supplier for European Automotive and Commercial Vehicle Supplies.
Importers based in Sydney’s Lower North Shore. We now carry European Automotive parts for BMW,Mercedes,VW, Audi,Land Rover, Skoda, Jaguar, Citroen, Fiat, Renault, Volvo,Peugeot, Alfa Romeo, Mini, and MG.
All deliveries are sent nationwide and internationally, we also offer personal delivery within Sydney Metropolitan regions.
We are SWF (Valeo) specialists for Commercial Vehicles. We wholesale products and systems for Commercial Vehicles (Buses, Trains, Trams and Military) including wiper systems, rocker switches, column stalks, mirrors, gas struts and a wide variety of other components. Our warehouses is situated in Crows Nest Sydney NSW and Acacia Ridge Brisbane QLD.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com or call us directly on: 1800 379 777.
Fry’s Spares is into its second generation of family management. A wholly owned Australian family company founded in 1977 by our dad John Charles Fry. Its now being managed by Michael Illes in NSW and Mark Fry in QLD
The company was formed with a vision of supplying German original equipment parts to suit Volkswagen passenger vehicles to the Australian automotive market. Over time we have expanded our range to cover BMW, Mercedes, VW, Audi, Land Rover, Jaguar, Citroen, Fiat, Renault, Volvo, Peugeot, Alfa Romeo, Mini, and MG. In 1992 we moved into the commercial vehicle market becoming the largest supplier of SWF windscreen wiper and electrical parts to manufacturers and operators of commercial fleets of buses, trucks, trains, boats, mining and agricultural vehicles.
Our aim is still the same, to provide the best quality parts from the worlds original equipment manufactures from Europe to the southern hemisphere. Our clients hail from Australia, NZ, Fiji, USA, Canada, New Caledonia, Singapore, India and Malaysia. Our Mining customers have us delivering to all parts of the globe.
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Amber Illes and Mark Fry