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Does This older LORIOLI Skinny Horse Key Fob Have Value?

Discussion in '308/328' started by Dr Tommy Cosgrove, Aug 27, 2017.

  1. ClydeM

    ClydeM F1 Veteran
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    Mine is original from an '83 QV. It needs some love. Being a trim horse, I suspect it'll run at an extra 15hp
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  2. thorn

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    Given the large amount of ... we'll go with "patina"... I'm starting to wonder where you guys regularly leave your keys...
     
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  3. Saabguy

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    HAH! I plan on using that phrase a lot, "... we'll go with "patina "


    Lester

     
  4. chasjen

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  5. Mike C

    Mike C F1 Veteran
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    I would think the horse on a proper era keyring would match the horse on the car’s nose badge. I know the FaF keyring that came with my 1984 QV does.
     
  6. mustardfj40

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    If you're concerned about the horse of the front badge of your 89 328 to match that of the keyfob, then checkout the last version of this keyfob, I bought a bunch for 20 something bucks at Ferrari store in SanFrancisco before they shut their doors for good. Pic of my 89 badge and the fob[​IMG]
     
  7. Mike C

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    NowTHAT is what I was talking about! Looks great (and proper).
     

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