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Does This older LORIOLI Skinny Horse Key Fob Have Value?

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  1. Rosey

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    Yes but hang on. That photo was taken in late 1984 before the car was released or a the very latest 1985. You asked about the 1989 version. I have the original key ring that came with my car. I'll check mine and respond.
     
  2. Rossocorsa1

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    Please do. I have been trying to get clarity on this.



     
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    Interesting. Well, I guess the answer is either both, or they switched to the thicker horse later in the 328 production cycle. I appreciate you sharing this info. Thank you.
     
  5. Rosey

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    As others mentioned there is no exact science to much of what Ferrari do. As long as the keyring is period correct from the original manufacturer thin or fat both seem correct.
     
  6. Rossocorsa1

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    You're certainly correct, though I think it's a good chance they were more commonly the thicker version later in the 328 cycle, particularly given that the 348 fobs were the thicker variant. I also prefer the ticker version.
     
  7. piezo

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    Actually there are 4 types of Lorioli key FOB, 1 skinny type, 3 fat types. 2 fat types were from 1970s and 1980s, 1 fat type from 2000s.

    There are also same/similar design from Bomisa and OMEA, and those are older ones with the Cavallino similar to one fat horse type.

    Coinart style was from 1990s. There's a replica of coinart available now from some Ferrari dealers. Only difference is the back without Coinart Firenze mark.

    I think I've posted pictures before, but cannot find them.

    Time frame:

    OMEA
    Bomisa
    Lorioli (Fat with lifted leg lowered a bit)
    Lorioli (Skinny)
    Lorioli (Fat with lifted leg higher than horizontal)
    Coinart
    Lorioli (Fat without checkered back pattern and dented Lorioli marking)
     
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    Thank you for all this info. Which of these is correct for a 1989 328 GTB US car? That's what I'm trying to find out. Thank you.
     
  10. mike996

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    If you collect Ferrari key rings I guess you need all of them. If you don't, you only need a period-correct one for your car. I have the OEM '89 328 one that came in the car but I couldn't tell you where it is - probably in the bowl where I toss loose change. I never paid any attention to it at all. I guess if I can sell it for a thousand bucks (LOL) I should try to find it...and an Ebay DumbA$$. ;)
     
  11. Rossocorsa1

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    Do you mind posting a pic of the front and back of the fob?
     
  12. Rosey

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    Check out my keyring. It came with my 1989 car in the owners books. It can't get more original then that!!
     
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    Did you intend on attaching a photo?
     
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    :)
     
  18. thecarreaper

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    I have my Ferrari key rings still in my safe. 208 Dino, 308 Dino. 76 GTBs and 2 328's. I know one of them is a skinny one. Ill try to post pics tomorrow.
     
  19. Rossocorsa1

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    That would be great. What year are your 328's?
     
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    I would value at... perhaps $15.
     
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    HA! You're funny...
     
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