Parts, Manuals, and Miscellaneous items

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  • 34.Battery cable ends

    $45.00

    These are 100 pt. reproductions of original pieces that I borrowed from a 250GTE, in Italy, in 2001. These are perfect, with the correct cad-plated bolt and nut. These are appropriate for 250GTEs and earlier cars. The original pieces were made of brass, but they often appear to be a silver color because they were “tinned” when they were attached to the cables. During the run of the 250 Lussos and late GTEs (1964…?) a change was made to the later type, which have been remanufactured by Mike Dunn. 250 Type Battery Cable Ends

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  • 39 | Distributor drive links

    $150.00

    “Elemento Centrale Quinto”. These are the composite fiber discs that connect the right angle distributor drive mechanisms to the distributors. Distributor Drive Links

    This item is a pair of links.

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  • 41A1 | Black spark plug wire bracket

    $15.00

    Enzo Ferrari always liked the wiring and plumbing to be neat and orderly. The plug wires on the V-12 engines were gathered together at the base of the distributor bodies by two small loop type brackets. The early cars used black steel brackets. At “about” the time of the change to the outside plug heads (Chassis near #1,500) the brackets were cad-plated. Each bracket had a rubber grommet to avoid chafing the wires and an “O” ring to gather the wires above and below the bracket. Black Spark Plug Wire Bracket

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  • 41A2 | Cad-plated spark plug wire bracket

    $15.00

    Enzo Ferrari always liked the wiring and plumbing to be neat and orderly. The plug wires on the V-12 engines were gathered together at the base of the distributor bodies by two small loop type brackets. The early cars used black steel brackets. At “about” the time of the change to the outside plug heads (Chassis near #1,500) the brackets were cad-plated. Each bracket had a rubber grommet to avoid chafing the wires and an “O” ring to gather the wires above and below the bracket. Cad-plated Spark Plug Wire Bracket

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  • 41B | Rubber grommet for the spark plug wire bracket

    $8.00

    Enzo Ferrari always liked the wiring and plumbing to be neat and orderly. The plug wires on the V-12 engines were gathered together at the base of the distributor bodies by two small loop type brackets. The early cars used black steel brackets. At “about” the time of the change to the outside plug heads (Chassis near #1,500) the brackets were cad-plated. Each bracket had a rubber grommet to avoid chafing the wires and an “O” ring to gather the wires above and below the bracket. Rubber Grommet for the Spark Plug Wire Bracket

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  • 41C | “O” rings to gather for spark plug wire

    $10.00

    Enzo Ferrari always liked the wiring and plumbing to be neat and orderly. The plug wires on the V-12 engines were gathered together at the base of the distributor bodies by two small loop type brackets. The early cars used black steel brackets. At “about” the time of the change to the outside plug heads (Chassis near #1,500) the brackets were cad-plated. Each bracket had a rubber grommet to avoid chafing the wires and an “O” ring to gather the wires above and below the bracket. “O” rings to Gather the Spark Plug Wires

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  • 52-1 | “Hot” brush assembly with the retaining clip

    $50.00

    The early outside plug 250 series engines used a small carbon brush assembly to activate the cooling fan clutch. This is a pencil-sized plastic assembly, held in place by a spring clip, with a small spring-loaded carbon brush that sends an electrical signal to activate a magnetic clutch to engage the radiator cooling fan. The design was improved on the later 250 cars with the addition of a second ground brush. The earlier assembly is shown on page 285 of Dick Merritt’s book Ferrari:Operating, Maintenance, and Service Handbooks 1948-1963. The later configuration, with the ground brush, is shown on page 170 of the “Carbooks” 275 Manual reprint. “Hot” Brush assembly with the retaining clip

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  • 52-2 | Ground brush, the correct carbon brush and spring

    $15.00

    The early outside plug 250 series engines used a small carbon brush assembly to activate the cooling fan clutch. This is a pencil-sized plastic assembly, held in place by a spring clip, with a small spring-loaded carbon brush that sends an electrical signal to activate a magnetic clutch to engage the radiator cooling fan. The design was improved on the later 250 cars with the addition of a second ground brush. The earlier assembly is shown on page 285 of Dick Merritt’s book Ferrari:Operating, Maintenance, and Service Handbooks 1948-1963. The later configuration, with the ground brush, is shown on page 170 of the “Carbooks” 275 Manual reprint. Ground Brush, the correct carbon brush and spring

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  • 53 | F.I.S.P.A “Brevettato” fuel pump cap

    $85.00

    The 250 series cars used a small FISPA electric fuel pump to prime the system after the car had not been run for a day or two. When you activate the switch you will hear a “tic, tic, tic” sound coming from the area of the rear fuel filter as the fuel lines are filled. These pumps are mounted over the rear axle and often these plastic cups are damaged by debris from the road. F.I.S.P.A Electric Fuel Pump Cap.

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  • 59 | Bendix electrical fuel pumps

    $20.00

    The 365 2+2s, Daytonas and C4s used dual Bendix electrical fuel pumps. This is a reproduction of the German Bendix fuel Pump sticker. Bendix Fuel Pump Sticker

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  • 64 | Vacuum hose for the bendix brake booster

    $110.00

    The 250 series cars used a black ribbed rubber hose to connect a port on the rear intake manifold to the brake booster. These reproductions are based on a modern air conditioning hose and are heavily reinforced to avoid problems with collapsing due to the vacuum. This is an appropriate hose for the 250s. Some cars may have been fitted with a more conventional “cloth wrapped” rubber hose as used on the 275s and later cars. These hoses used Cheney clamps at each end. Ribbed 250 Vacuum Hose

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  • 70A | PH3 Spin-on oil filter

    $100.00

    When the new “outside plug 250 engines” were introduced Ferrari changed to the more modern spin-on type filters, again from the FRAM Company. These filters include the silk-screened sticker with correct information on the outside plug engines.

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  • 70B | PB50 Spin-on oil filter

    $100.00

    When the new “outside plug 250 engines” were introduced Ferrari changed to the more modern spin-on type filters, again from the FRAM Company. These filters include the silk-screened sticker with correct information on the outside plug engines.

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  • 71A | PH2804 Full flow oil filter

    $100.00

    In 1965/1966 Ferrari changed to the configuration which used two full-flow filters. The early arrangement called for two FRAM PH2804 spin-on filters. Later when the “Daytonas” were introduced FRAM introduced the PH2804-1 filters with the internal standpipe which
    would keep the filter full of oil to prevent “Dry Starts” caused by the oil draining back into the sump while a car was not driven. These filters include the stickers with the correct information. $100 per filter (Two filters per car)

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  • 71B | PH2804-1 Full flow oil filter

    $100.00

    In 1965/1966 Ferrari changed to the configuration which used two full-flow filters. The early arrangement called for two FRAM PH2804 spin-on filters. Later when the “Daytonas” were introduced FRAM introduced the PH2804-1 filters with the internal standpipe which would keep the filter full of oil to prevent “Dry Starts” caused by the oil draining back into the sump while a car was not driven. These filters include the stickers with the correct information. $100 per filter (Two filters per car)

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  • 73A | Reproduction lead Z.F. steering gearbox seal

    $20.00

    The Z.F. steering gearboxes were assembled with four large bolts. One of the bolts was 3/8″ longer than the others and had a hole drilled through the exposed end. In that hole was a lead seal to indicate that the gearbox was original and had not been apart before it was used in the car. Reproduction Lead Z.F. Steering Gearbox Seal

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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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  • 89A | The red tape for the exhaust tailpipes

    $15.00

    This is a piece of red tape that was used to divide the plated and painted areas on the ANSA systems.

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  • 96A-1 | Unstamped diament clamps for 250 P.F. cars

    $30.00

    The 250 series cars built by PininFarina often used a special type of hose clamps on the large air duct hoses. These clamps are called “Diament” based on the manufacturer’s logo which is sometimes found on the body of the clamp. These clamps are very similar to the normal Copiglia clamps but they have a special body with a small set screw which is used to secure the strap once the clamp is tightened. I have seen these on P.F. Coupes, Series 1 Spyders, G.T. E.s and the Cabriolets. Unstamped Diament Clamps for 250 P.F. cars.

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  • 96A-2 | Stamped Diament with the manufacturer’s logo

    $35.00

    The 250 series cars built by PininFarina often used a special type of hose clamps on the large air duct hoses. These clamps are called “Diament” based on the manufacturer’s logo which is sometimes found on the body of the clamp. These clamps are very similar to the normal Copiglia clamps but they have a special body with a small set screw which is used to secure the strap once the clamp is tightened. I have seen these on P.F. Coupes, Series 1 Spyders, G.T. E.s and the Cabriolets. Stamped Diament with the manufacturer’s logo.

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  • 97 | Carburetor drip trays

    $1,200.00

    The early inside plug cars often used drip trays under the carburetors to keep any leaked gasoline away from the center of the engine blcok and the spark plugs. These drip trays were connected by short pieces of clear plastic tubing to an aluminum tubing manifold then to a longer piece of clear hose which led down the rear of the engine around the bell housing. These pieces are made by the original craftsmen in Italy and are perfect. There is a good photograph of one of the drip trays being fitted to an engine in the Ferrari factory on page 61 of the wonderful book Modena Racing Memories. Three Drip Trays and the Aluminum Tubing Manifold.

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  • 98 | Race car mirror

    $225.00

    All of the Italian sports racers used some type of hand-made aluminum mirrors. These are made from the pattern used on the mid-fifties Ferraris and Maseratis through the early 1960s. The correct Italian style mirrors can be distinguished by a little spring clip that is used to retain the glass. Sometimes they were painted but often they were left with a brushed aluminum finish. There are good photos of these mirrors on the 335S racers on pgs. 92 and 94 of the beautiful book A Champion’s View by Phil Hill. 1950s Style Racing Mirror.

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  • 99 | Valve stem protectors

    $250.00

    These small cylindrical pieces were used on the road-going cars to protect the innertube valve stems from cuts from debris or stones on the road. My 250 Cabriolet had them and I have seen them on other cars as late as the 365 2+2s. I believe that they were supplied by Pirelli and only used on cars with Pirelli tires. These sleeves are tin-plated, the retaining knurled nuts are chrome-plated as are the valve stem caps. I have seen original pieces with several different finishes including some painted sleeves on a very original 330 2+2. The sleeve will have to be hand-fitted to the rims and the different sized innertube valve stems. Valve Stem Set, jam nuts and caps

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