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Vintage Ferrari Interior Picture Thread

Discussion in 'Vintage (thru 365 GTC4)' started by Rossocorsa1, Dec 23, 2018.

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    That's a very nice interior spec!
     
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    May I ask what colour 0813GT is painted? Is it Amaranto? Or an earlier/darker red?



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    Absolutely stunning
     
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    ^ daytona steering wheel?!
    needs to have a wood wheel. if a short nose the slotted wood wheel wood be perfect.
     
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    I just posted a question for you on my other thread regarding this car - if you have any images of the original interior, prior to the 1965 modifications.
     
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    I just love the look of all the gauges, knobs, switches, dials and levers – I guess I am just a very tactile person.:) I look at the dash/instrument cluster of the new cars and there a couple of different size flat screens and I know that I will have to go through a couple of screens just to change the radio station or adjust the fan speed. For some settings screens are OK but to make minor adjustments a switch, dial or lever makes way more sense IMO!:rolleyes:
     

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