Plates and Tags for various parts and locations

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  • 1 | Ram’s horn air cleaner tag

    $25.00

    The earliest Ferraris used a simple hand former aluminum scoop. The later 166s had a cast aluminum “Ram’s horn” assembly with a louvered aluminum can at each end. This assembly was made by the Weber carburetor company in Bologna. Most of the aluminum castings have a small tag riveted to the top surface at the center. Some did not. The very early street cars used only a single carburetor but this configuration was soon changed to the more familiar three carburetor set-up. Early Weber “Ram’s horn” air cleaner tag.

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  • 2 | Coffee can – type air cleaners

    $25.00

    The third type of air cleaners was the more conventional “Coffee Can” model. They used a satin black painted steel top and bottom with side panels made of louvered aluminum or perforated and nickel-plated steel. The earliest ones had the Weber information embossed in the top but this was soon replaced with a smooth top using the same Weber tag riveted to the top. Early “Coffee Can” top Weber tag.

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  • 3 | Four – barrel air cleaner tag

    $25.00

    Ferrari built a series of highly-tuned race engines based on the specifications of the cars campaigned in the Mille Miglia races. These cars were equipped with three four – barrel carburetors. Again the coffee can assembly was used with the satin painted steel tops and bottoms with the nickel – plated perforated steel sides. These air cleaners were made by F.I.S.P.A and used a single small aluminum tag, 11mmx60mm, riveted to the perforated side panel. Four-Barrel “MM” F.I.S.P.A air cleaner tag.

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  • 4 | Small coffee can air cleaner tag

    $20.00

    In the early 1950s the “street” cars used three of the two-barrel Weber carburetors. The air cleaner assemblies were supplied by F.I.S.P.A with a small aluminum F.I.S.P.A tag riveted to the tops. Two-Barrel early regtangular F.I.S.P.A air cleaner tag.

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  • 5 | Blue and black crescent air cleaner tag

    $25.00

    The next generation of tags was crescent shaped with a blue field and black writing. These were introduced in the mid-1950s and were used on both the individual coffee can type filters and the new “Three-in-One” type air cleaners which had a single long housing that contained all three individual filter elements. These tags had a chord length between the rivets of 51mm. Early F.I.S.P.A blue and black crescent shaped tags with the 51mm chord length.

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  • 6 | 250 F.I.S.P.A. air cleaner tag

    $30.00

    While the 250 series race cars were well-known for the beautiful six two-barrel Wber carburetors the normal “street” cars used “only” three two-barrel carburetors and the large “three-in-one” air cleaner assemblies still supplied by F.I.S.P.A. These had satin black-painted tops and bottoms with nickel-plated perforated steel side panels. The “inside plug” engines and the outside plug engines used this tag and a few other details until the GTE production began. They had the two-ear wing nuts on the air cleaner tops, silver-painted timing chain covers and these metal air cleaner tags. I have seen these three details on cars as late as #2039 and I think that the change to the F.I.S.P.A decals, black wrinkle timing chain covers and three-ear wing nuts was made about that time. “inside plug” air cleaner tag with 70mm rivet spacing.

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  • 8 | Super America air cleaner tag

    $30.00

    Ferrari made a small series of Super cars in the late 1950s. The larger engines required a larger filter element and a different tag was used. This one has the word “RETEX” (net or filter) in the center of the top line. Super America crescent-shaped air cleaner tag.

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  • 11 | 275/330 air cleaner tag

    $30.00

    The later 275 and 330 desings reverted to the crescent-shaped aluminum tags as had been used on the earlier inside-plug 250 cars. The filter element number that is stamped in the “Tipo” block on the tags has changed from “AT4094” on the inside plug 250s to “2228.01” for the 275/330s. 275/330 crescent-shaped air cleaner tag.

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  • 12 | Late 275/330/365 rectangular air cleaner tag

    $40.00

    The late 275 GTB/4s and 330s used a new type air cleaner assembly with four “snouts” on the sides replacing the perforated steel side panels. These air cleaners used a large rectangular blue F.I.S.P.A tag. These are 92x35mm with 67mm hole spacing. These and all of the earlier tags are attached with small aluminum or steel round-headed hand-bucked rivets. The very early tags on the “Ram’s horn” castings were attached with “U-drive” or “Drive screw” type fasteners. Rectangular F.I.S.P.A air cleaner tag for 275/330/365s

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  • 14 | B-5 Coil tags

    $25.00

    The very earliest cars used the Magneti Marelli B-5 coils. These coils were black and had the mounting bracket spot welded onto the black metal can. The B-5s had a small vertical slot on each side of the mounting bracket. The end tabs of the aluminum tags were inserted into the slots on the mounting brackets. Rivets were not used on these tags. These coils were used on only the earliest cars in the late 1940s and early 1950s. Etched Magneti Marelli B-5 coil tags.

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  • 15 | B-7 Coil tags

    $25.00

    From the early 1950s until about the time of the introduction of the outside plug 250 engines in 1959, Ferrari used the black Magneti Marelli B-7 design coils. These were slightly larger than the B-5s and again had the mounting bracket spot welded onto the cans. The whole assembly was painted satin finish black and the aluminumB-7 tags were attached to the bracket with two tiny “u-drive screws.” The usual practice was to cut off the ends of the aluminum tags, at a 45-degree angle, near the end of the lightning bolts and then attach them with one rivet on each tab. I have alos seen original pieces with full-length tabs and using two rivets on each tab. Blue aluminum Magneti Marelli B-7 coil tags.

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  • 19 | Daytona dinoplex tag

    $35.00

    This is a blue aluminum tag, “AEC 103A”, (40x100mm) used on the Dinoplex units on the Daytona coupes. It warns against loosening the battery cables when the engine is running. Blue AEC 103 A Dinoplex tag for Dayonas

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  • 21 | Firing order tags

    $35.00

    This is an aluminum tag with a black overlay. These tags were mounted on the top of the timing chain housing on all of the V-12 engines until the 275 GTB 4 cams when they were attached to the top, rear of the air cleaner. On the 330s the tags were moved to the top, front of the left side valve cover. These tags are mounted on the aluminum castings with small “U-drive” rivets and to the 275GTB/4s with the hand bucked round head rivets. V-12 Firing Order Tags with correct rivets

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  • 23 | Early fuse cover tags

    $30.00

    These tags were riveted to the Bakelite covers that were used to protect the fuse blocks from the dirt, water and other liquids that might be found in the engine compartment. They were made of plastic or aluminum and were attached with hand bucked round head aluminum rivets. The early ones had black backgrounds with the letters in bare aluminum. The small four-block “Spinterogeni” tag is marked SC 138/F and the larger six-block “Abbagliante” tag is marked SC 137/F. Early Fuse Cover Tags and Rivets

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  • 24 | 250 P.F. coupe and cabriolet fuse tags

    $30.00

    This type was used on Pininfarina Coupes and Cabriolets built from 1958 until 1962, and on the same vintage Scaglietti cars such as the T.D.F.s, SWBs and California Spyders. They are made of aluminum with a black border around each element and the lettering in black. There is a very nice photo showing the electrical panel installation at the Pininfarina factory on page 28 of the wonderful book Inside Ferrari. The larger tag “Fari” is marked DIS 1329/F and the smaller tag “Spinterogeni” is marked DIS 1328/B. 250 P.F. and Scaglietti Fuse Cover Tags with aluminum rivets.

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  • 24A | 250 Turn signal fuse cover tag

    $20.00

    This is the companion to the larger 250 tags and is similar. It measures 24x37mm and says “Anabbagliante D” and “Anabbagliante S” for the right and left turn signals. This one is attached with glue and is held in place with the small knurled knob that attaches the fuse cover. 250 Turn Signal Fuse Cover tag.

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  • 25 | 250 testa rossa fuse cover tags

    $50.00

    These are very similar to the usual “Street” 250 ones but are made of plastic and have a slightly different layout and are very difficult to find. These were copied from the beautiful red T.R. #0754 of David Love. 250 T.R. Plastic Fuse Cover Tags with rivets.

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  • 26 | Late 250 GTE and 275 fuse cover tags

    $35.00

    The later 250s and 275s had a lot more electrical gadgets and therefore used two six block fuse panels. These panels are shown on page 104 of the “Carbooks” reprint of the 275/330 manuals. Late 250/275 6 Block Fuse Cover Tags with rivets

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  • 27 | 330 fuse cover tags

    $40.00

    The 330s changed to eight fuse panels as shown on page 308 of the “Carbooks” reprint of the 275/300 manuals. 330 Eight Block fuse cover tags with rivets

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  • 36 | 207 Distributor tags

    $15.00

    These are the small aluminum tags, 16x36mm, that are riveted to the sides of the distributors. The 207s were used on the inside plug 250s ST.207DTEM-A Distributor Tags

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  • 37 | No “tipo” distributor tags

    $15.00

    These are the same layout as the 207s but the space for the distributor type is left blank so that they can be used for the earlier distributors. No “Tipo” Distributor Tags

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  • 37A | Blank distributor tags

    $15.00

    These are the same pattern but in this case all of the spaces are left blank. The four and six cylinder engines and some Maserati engines had the distributors turning in the opposite direction and therefore would have the directional arrow pointing from left to right. Blank Distributor tags.

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  • 38 | S-85-A distributor tags

    $15.00

    These have red printing and are used on the outside plug 250s and later engines. S-85-A Distributor tags

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  • 38A | S 85 E-8

    $15.00
    This distributor tag is the same layout as the “Normal 85 A” but was used on some of the 275s with the 8° advanced distributors. S 85 E-8° Advanced Distributor Tags
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