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Discussion in 'Vintage (thru 365 GTC4)' started by Napolis, Jun 27, 2006.
Stunning detail pictures!
What exactly are we looking at?
I see a mount for the panel but what is the black and silver fitting?
Reserve fuel valve.
I assume that it be reached from the cockpit.
Hi, sorry to noise you, but many modelers wish to know the right diameter of the P3/4 original rivets, may be they are still on the back cover on the wall?
Thanks!All the best,
What do you know. I have the same relays.
I guess there's a (very) little P4 in my GT/4.
Every pics you show make me happy..."Ah...why Mr.Napolis doesn't buy any Ferrari..so we may discover how she was in Glory days!!!!"
I ask you again (obviously when you will have the time to check) the original size of the body rivets, is only for modelers, but would be great; many models factory make them so BIG!
Thanks for #0846,#0854 and the next one...may be the 275 winner of Le mans 1965?It is a very bad restoration and is it in your Country....
All the best,
Thanks for the update Jim, was wondering where this was
Great to see these photos.
After the Le Mans race.
The 0 / 2 / 4 / 6 on the gas gauge. What unit of measurement is it?
Kilograms x squared centimeter maybe?
Killarney 1967 ?
Killarney 1967, the race where Piper was involved in a race long battle with Paul Hawkins who was driving 0858. Piper suffered a puncture 2 or so laps from the end.
0854 Firing Up.
Nothing better than a V12
I read in other board that you recently acquired, or were aiming to acquire by the time, the car you consider the "holy grail". Can you give us any new hint about it? Might we expect a presentation relatively soon?
Thanks in advance.
Can't talk about it yet but I remain hopeful.
Should know more in a few weeks.
In the mean time here's a great song from a band I used to know when I made movies.
Ready for pedal adjustment.
poor Sal, more work for him..
A lot more...
I need Sal to com live in Texas for awhile....eat BBQ, listen to Asleep at the Wheel, he'll have a good time......
There's a good Italian restaurant right down the street......
That's a pretty smooth "hands off" engine start there, idling below 1000RPM.....
Is she finished?
Enjoy the California sun, Mr. G.....you certainly deserve it....
Hands in your pockets, at all those auctions, now!!!
Valeria says: "Hello!"
The car looks great!!
I am really enjoying your book.
More photos please ... anybody ...
There is no other word to describe that: spectacular!
Nothing else compares with the Pininfarina 250 P5 berlinetta. Nothing.
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