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  • 20-5 | SAFA 6SNS5 battery sticker

    $20.00

    Most of the serious restorers use reproduction batteries designed to look like the original “Tar Top” ones. Ferrari used batteries from several different manufacturers. The correct battery for a particular car can be found on page four on the cars that have “build sheets”. If the build sheet information is not available I suggest that you look in Keith Bluemel’s wonderful book Original Ferrari V 12, 1965-1973. The batteries are listed along with most of the major electrical components. The reproduction batteries usually have a 4″x6″ smooth panel, on the long side, for the manufacturer’s logo. When you call for a reproduction battery you will need to know all of the dimensions, the positive and negative post layout and which side you want to use for the logo. A sketch helps. The battery company people cannot relate to Ferrari models and will be looking for this information. 4″x6″ reproduction manufacturer’s logos for batteries. SAFA 65 N85..Used on the 275 GTB/4s.

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  • 21 | Firing order tag

    $45.00

    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 Tag with correct rivets.

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  • 22 | Daytona firing order sticker

    $40.00

    The Daytonas switched to a heavy foil order sticker, mounted to the top of the air cleaner. Daytona Firing Order foil sticker.

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  • 23 | Early fuse cover tags

    $100.00

    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.

    (Sold with one (1) large tag, one (1) small tag and correct rivets for both)

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

    $40.00

    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.

    (Sold with one (1) large tag, one (1) small tag and correct rivets for both)

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  • 24A | 250 Turn signal fuse cover tag

    $35.00

    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.

    (Sold with one (1) large tag, one (1) small tag and correct rivets for both)

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  • 26 | Late 250 GTE and 275 fuse cover tags

    $45.00

    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.

    (Sold with two (2) separate tags and correct rivets for both)

     

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  • 27 | 330 fuse cover tags

    $50.00

    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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  • 28A | Voltage regulator decals 1R19A

    $35.00

    These are reproductions of three different voltage regulators from the late 1950s through the early 1960s. The decals are mounted so that the top of the writing faces the bottom of the mounting surface as the regulator is attached to the electrical panel. The voltage regulator information is not contained on the build sheets and the changes were probably made by Pininfarina to adjust the electrical system to the additional electrical equipment of the later cars. Voltage Regulator Decal 1R19A, from P.F. Series 1 Spyder #1211

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  • 28B | Voltage regulator decal 1R19B

    $40.00

    These are reproductions of three different voltage regulators from the late 1950s through the early 1960s. The decals are mounted so that the top of the writing faces the bottom of the mounting surface as the regulator is attached to the electrical panel. The voltage regulator information is not contained on the build sheets and the changes were probably made by Pininfarina to adjust the electrical system to the additional electrical equipment of the later cars. Voltage Regulator Decal 1R19B probably P.F. Cabriolets & similar Scaglietti cars.

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  • 28C | Voltage regulator decal 1R50A

    $45.00

    These are reproductions of three different voltage regulators from the late 1950s through the early 1960s. The decals are mounted so that the top of the writing faces the bottom of the mounting surface as the regulator is attached to the electrical panel. The voltage regulator information is not contained on the build sheets and the changes were probably made by Pininfarina to adjust the electrical system to the additional electrical equipment of the later cars. Voltage Regulator Decal 1R50A, Lusso #4391 and late GTEs

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  • 29 | I.D. sticker for the red voltage regulators on the 275 series

    $20.00

    The 275s used a new red-colored voltage regulator, still from Magneti Marelli. This is a small 15x40mm foil sticker placed on the short side of the regulator as shown in the photo. It is identified as Tipo RTT 101C. Foil I.D. Tag for Red Tipo RTT 101C Magneti Marelli Voltage regulator.

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  • 30 | Warning sticker for red voltage regulator

    $15.00

    The red voltage regulators also had a tiny 8x50mm Paper tag warning not to “Scambiare” (scramble) the connectors when installing a new regulator. Warning Sticker for the Red Voltage Regulators

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  • 31 | Horn relay decal

    $12.00

    The early cars used this decal on the electrical relay for the horns. Yellow Horn Relay Decal

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  • 32 | Carello flasher decal

    $20.00

    There is a good crisp photo of this one at the Pininfarina works on page 28 of the Inside Ferrari book. Carello Flasher Decal

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  • 33 | Electrical panel cover nuts

    $65.00

    On the 250 series P.F. cars, such as the Coupes, Cabriolets and the GTEs, the electrical panels are mounted in the engine compartment and are protected from the elements by a black wrinkle-finished aluminum panel. These covers are held in place with three small knobs. These knobs are machined from brass bar stock and nicely finished in chrome. 250 P.F. Electrical Panel Knobs.

    Original Ferrari Part Number: 239-80-348-02

     

    ***Note: These cover nuts are sold individually.

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  • 34.Battery cable ends

    $89.00

    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

     

    ***Note: These cable ends are sold as a pair including one (1) positive and one (1) negative end.

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  • 35 | Distributor cap numbers

    $20.00

    These numbers are used to denote the firing order sequence and are positioned in the top of the distributor caps. This package is for three sticker sets of 1-12. Numbers 1-6 are used on each of the distributors and a spare in case of any mistakes. Distributor Cap Numbers.

    Please note, numbers 7-12 on the sticker sheets are not normally used and only needed on RARE occasions. These are included just in case.

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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

    $30.00

    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

    $20.00

    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

    $25.00
    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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