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  1. Longstone Tyres

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    Hi

    We have re done our Ferrari 250 GTE web page https://www.longstonetyres.co.uk/classic-car-tyres/ferrari/250-gte.html#page=1

    I did a write up about these wheels and tyres recently, which spurred me to get this web page as correct as possible, so please read it and if you spot any mistakes please let me know. or if you have some input that might make the page better please let me know. Pictures are a specially useful
     
  2. turbo-joe

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    I would say all ok
    would be great if you also could post the VIN changing from the 3591 ( 5,5 " ) to the 3690 ( 6 " )
     
  3. Longstone Tyres

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    Aha yes in a way it would, however at the same time that is part of the fun of a Ferrari in that it is not set in stone. there would have been a transition period

    the actual answer is if you are ready to resolve your wheel issue, contact us https://www.borrani.com/ with your chasiss number through Borranni we will find out what wheel your car fitted
     
  4. miurasv

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    Why the 330 GT 2 +2 S2 pic?
     
  5. Longstone Tyres

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    Flippin heck!

    do you mean this one?

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    from memory i took that photograph myself when i came out to the Cavalino show a good few years ago
     
  6. turbo-joe

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    but this is a 330 GT, 2nd serie, and in the back a 1st serie, double headlight, but not a 250 GT/E
     
  7. christc

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    As far as I know latter series 3 Gte‘s had RW3801.
    Cheers
    Chrs
     
  8. turbo-joe

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    you are sure christc?
    have a look at the borrani page: last serie had RW3690, so 6 " and the serie 1 + 2 3591, so 5 1/2 ". I have both cars and those wheels ar on. if original? I don´t know
     
  9. christc

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  10. Longstone Tyres

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    I think there is going to be a pretty thorough write up in the up and coming 250 GTE register News letter.
     
  11. christc

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    You mean we can reread your write up?
     
  12. christc

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    Please consider that information posted here will be very often considered as fact. I do not mean that yours is not right, but at the same time I think people posting at Tom Yangs are very expert, so the info like on
    http://www.tomyang.net/cars/borrani_info.html
    is although something I would like to be considered and discussed. Hope you take no offence.

    Thanks
    Chris
     
  13. Longstone Tyres

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    Hi Chris

    the intention with our web site is to get it so that it is fact. So i ask you please if you stumble across something on our web site that is incorrect please let us know, and we will change it. that goes for https://www.borrani.com/ and our main site https://www.longstonetyres.co.uk/classic-car-tyres/ferrari.html

    the Tomyang site is good however, like the Borrani brochures there are some discrepancies, in that not all the cars in a model had the same wheel, so if you are in doubt contact an official Borrani dealer and we will chase through what wheel was fitted on your car.
     

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