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ASSISTENZA TECNICA Directives 1968-1975

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  1. 375+

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    Is anyone familiar with this bound collection of technical directives circolare tecnica from approximately 1968-1975? Documents are largely English translations but many are in Italian; most are in blueline but some are b&w copies. I am trying to determine whether this might have been done by the factory, importer/distributor or dealer. Any input will be appreciated, thanks.

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  2. DWR46

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    They were factory documents provided to the importers and dealers.
     
  3. 375+

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    Thank you Dyke. Do you know if Ferrari actually supplied this volume or does it appear that the documents were collected by an individual(service manager/technician)as a reference file? Thanks again.
     
  4. greyboxer

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    They look like one person's collection since in at least one there is an English language date stamp whereas the documents are clearly from the factory
     
  5. DWR46

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    375: They were produced individually by the factory as the need arose. They were then sent out in manila envelopes. You most probably have a dealer's accumulation that they chose to retain in this manner.
     
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  6. 375+

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    Thank you Jimmie.

    And thank you Dyke.
     
  7. 4redude

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    Ferrari produced a CD-R around 2000-2003 with copies of all those "Technical Information Letters" from the very first one in May of 1964 up
    until the date of the CD. Not long after this, Ferrari went online directly (MODIS?) with the dealer network to keep this information "private".
    I have these CD's and have printed them and keep them in 3 ring binders for easier reference.
     
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  8. 375+

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    Valuable information, thank you for posting it.
     

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