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How about some pictures of our 365/400/412s

Discussion in '365 GT4 2+2/400/412' started by Ak Jim, Jan 19, 2011.

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  1. GTR-Man

    GTR-Man Rookie

    Jun 10, 2021
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    Thanks
     
  2. GTR-Man

    GTR-Man Rookie

    Jun 10, 2021
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    Paul Gartlan
    I’ve no idea but I see below talk of it being on some cars!
     
  3. GTR-Man

    GTR-Man Rookie

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    Well if you’re in the market give me a call
    BTW I just did a search and I see it’s still registered on its old UK plates
     
  4. Ewan

    Ewan Karting

    Jul 5, 2015
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    Dorset, UK
    Visited my youngest daughter today at Motcombe Park (former home of the Earl of Stalbridge, younger brother of the Duke of Westminster).
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  5. Cjkurim70

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  6. Newman

    Newman F1 World Champ
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    Dec 26, 2001
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    Mine before I switched the tail lights around.

    Belgium market car that lived in France before coming here, still has the yellow headlights, yellow fogs and Belgium rear fog.

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  7. bjwhite

    bjwhite F1 Rookie

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    I wish mine still had its yellow headlights and wasn't cut for rear side markers. :(
     
  8. 360modena2003

    360modena2003 Formula 3

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    All rear suspension bushings replaced, all levers and arms newly zinc plated, new pads, brake hoses and discs turned on the lathe. Image Unavailable, Please Login

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  9. Schumi

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    360Modena2003 - WOW! That looks great. Do you do all the work yourself?
     
  10. 360modena2003

    360modena2003 Formula 3

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    No, I just "direct" and manage it

    It is being done at a small shop with no previous experience in Ferraris.



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  11. Schumi

    Schumi Formula Junior
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    Daren
    May I ask what the shop name is and where they are located?
     
  12. 360modena2003

    360modena2003 Formula 3

    Jul 11, 2009
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    I am in the United Arab Emirates, so I believe it will not be of much use to you.
     
  13. 360modena2003

    360modena2003 Formula 3

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    I have basically coordinated, directed and managed a complete mechanical restoration (with exclusion of the "bottom end") and have gained a vast amount of knowledge.

    Feel free to ask me should you need any guidance.
     
  14. 360modena2003

    360modena2003 Formula 3

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    Front is next.

    Same treatment as the rear; zinc plating, new bushing, brake pads, hose and discs. Image Unavailable, Please Login

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  15. raemin

    raemin Formula 3

    Jan 16, 2007
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    In two weeks the tour the France will reclaim my playing ground, but for now the ski slopes have been "mine" so to say... Quite happy with the improved cooling of the car. Unfortunately my new fancy switch pitch converter does not switch, which is a pity as in these tight roads 1800 stall is barely enough!

     
  16. Tojo

    Tojo Formula Junior

    Apr 12, 2002
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    Tim
    Great to see it out working and being used!


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  17. LongJohnKickstart

    Sep 25, 2018
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    Image Unavailable, Please Login Image Unavailable, Please Login My only reservation about getting a 400 was that it wasn't particularly well-suited to the narrow, bumpy (but otherwise very beautiful) roads around where I live. Now that I've bought this wonderful thing, I've realised that all I need to do is - move somewhere else!
     
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  18. LongJohnKickstart

    Sep 25, 2018
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    That looks superb. A few years ago, I looked at a red 400i in the UK that the owner had originally tried to order in yellow, but the correspondence with the factory (still with the car 35 years later) suggested that they wouldn't supply one in yellow. Even though it was an option on other models. One way or another, he had it done, and there was subsequent correspondence between the original owner's kids and a later owner, recalling that they nicknamed it "The Flying Banana."
     
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  19. Ewan

    Ewan Karting

    Jul 5, 2015
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    Dorset, UK
    You’ll get used to it, and by modern standards, it’s not too wide. The roads here in Dorset are often bumpy and narrow, and the 400i copes okay. Enjoy!
     
  20. raemin

    raemin Formula 3

    Jan 16, 2007
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    This car left the factory with the regular "blue azuro", then converted to rosso corsa, until the owner decided to have both his GTO and his 400i repainted Gialo Fly. I already had another coat of yellow applied in the early 2010. During the last repaint the paint was quite damaged, so I was considering gold for the next livery, but will probably stick to yellow again

    Rims will revert back to monochrome though.
     
  21. Ewan

    Ewan Karting

    Jul 5, 2015
    222
    Dorset, UK
    The positioning of the extra indicators on this car is much better than on some other US-converted ones I’ve seen (my own car included). Well done to whoever did that.
     
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  22. LongJohnKickstart

    Sep 25, 2018
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    Damian
  23. Ewan

    Ewan Karting

    Jul 5, 2015
    222
    Dorset, UK
    Looks fab. And great to see another actually out-and-about. There can’t be many of us left in the UK that actually use our 400’s.
     

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