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  • 88-1 | Hub caps (Small RW 32 Hubs)

    $150.00

    The 275s began using the cast alloy wheels in the mid-1960s. With this configuration there was a small chrome-plated hub cap to cover the bolts used to attach the splined steel hub to the cast alloy wheels. The 275s and 300 GTCs used the small RW 32 hubs. These are the correct hub caps for these two models. The other cars used the larger RW 42 hubs and there are at least two different types of hub caps for them. Chrome hub caps for the 275GTBs and 330 GTCs with the RW 32 hubs

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  • 88-2 | Hub caps (Large RW 42 Hubs)

    $150.00

    The 275s began using the cast alloy wheels in the mid-1960s. With this configuration there was a small chrome-plated hub cap to cover the bolts used to attach the splined steel hub to the cast alloy wheels. The 275s and 300 GTCs used the small RW 32 hubs. These are the correct hub caps for these two models. The other cars used the larger RW 42 hubs and there are at least two different types of hub caps for them. Chrome hub caps for the 275GTBs and 330 GTCs with the RW 32 hubs

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  • 121A | Black – painted center – pull exhaust hangers

    $30.00

    The very early Ferraris had the exhaust system mounted solidly to the chassis. They later changed to a type of hanger with metal ends and flexible center section made of belting or truck tire sidewalls. The early ones were what are called the “Center-pull” design. In this configuration the four steel components are all the same design. These end pieces are all bent so that the force goes through the center of the assembly. This design was originally painted black until the mid 1950s when a change was made toa cadmium finish. Later, about 1962 during the run of the 250 GTEs the hanger design was changed to the more common “Side-Pull” arrangement. Black-Painted Center-Pull Exhaust Hangers…(24 to 28 per car)

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  • 121B | Cadmium-plated center – pull exhaust hangers

    $30.00

    The very early Ferraris had the exhaust system mounted solidly to the chassis. They later changed to a type of hanger with metal ends and flexible center section made of belting or truck tire sidewalls. The early ones were what are called the “Center-pull” design. In this configuration the four steel components are all the same design. These end pieces are all bent so that the force goes through the center of the assembly. This design was originally painted black until the mid 1950s when a change was made toa cadmium finish. Later, about 1962 during the run of the 250 GTEs the hanger design was changed to the more common “Side-Pull” arrangement. Cadmium – Plated Center – Pull Exhaust Hangers

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