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Working on #1299. Spent some time going through this thread and don't see it mentioned anywhere. I love these Ferraris and am excited to give it...
004 would be an early car and would have been delivered with a shorter front body section and had several changes from it's early life. Restorers...
Judging from the wire gauges used in all three circuits, which are measured in millimetres and not US wire gauge, it did not seem unreasonable to...
It's unlikely that anyone went through the trouble of redoing the fuse panel labels. As you know there were very few 365 GTCs produced so...
I'm trying to assist in the assembly of a tool roll for a 1958 PF Coupe. There is a lot on Ebay about 160mm pliers, would that be correct for this...
At Goodwood in September https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/27000/lot/251/. without motor.
I’ve attached an image of the fuse box cover which shows the 3 60 amp devices.
I found the fuses at GT Car parts.
I am working on a 365 GTC which has had many modifications done to the wiring harness, fuse panel, and relays. I believe many were performed due...
I have the software for it and the sister setup in the 333SP. Its all on floppy discs in storage. Let me know if I can help.
I'm looking for a 365 GT 2+2 needing some TLC. Basket case to barn find, what do you have?
The American Company "Standard" makes one that crosses over. The owner insisted on Bosch.
Yes, more than we need but a good compromise
What sort of payments do you accept?
I was just informed that the driver is Jerry Loman
Found this one on FB, Thompson CT 1960. Don’t recognize the car/driver
The rebuilder tells us the pentel is rusted and not serviceable.
We may end up buying your set in the end
Please recommend a source, everyone I have found is out of stock
We are looking for two (2) Bosch Fuel Injectors (new) Part # 0 280 150 419 for a 512TR. I haven't been able to find any in the US, English...
I agree completely. Most coatings are rated in "salt bath hours" by the military and coating engineers. The better plating companies will ask for...