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Discussion in 'Vintage (thru 365 GTC4)' started by Juan-Manuel Fantango, Aug 23, 2019.
Sorry for the side tracks David. It’s my 65th today and am feeling a bit rambunctious
Let me check with my little big boss. I think you might get tire of it, it's hard to get in and out of, has those ridiculous seat belts, you can hear every pebble and bit of sand hitting the inner fender, has turbo lag, but the ac blows cold!
Holly cow that's right! I think you are having a big party in the Tampa St Pete area?! Happy birthday!! And to keep on topic, if you are selling the key, I will be happy to buy it.
the problem is when you copy the "worn out" key you may have the same problem as with your key now. but also the lock inside is worn out a little and if someone will make a brand new key as the original has been may be it also will not work then.
best to try first: use a little ballistrol ( gun oil ) in the lock
Yeah, I've been thinking that about he worn issue...I'll give it a shot. I had a problem years ago with the 348c, and low and behold installed a push button start. You still have to turn the key, but something watin working right. In short hindsight I guess that has nothing to do with this present issue.
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David, is this how you felt when you realized you had the wrong Ferrari key ????
David, is this how you felt when you realized you had the wrong Ferrari key ?????
Happy birthday, Steve!