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  • 54-3 | Yellow FISPA decal (FISPA letters printed in yellow on clear)

    $20.00

    With the electric fuel pumps there is a fuel filter also made by F.I.S.P.A. The filter element is contained in a steel bowl which is painted gray or an industrial green color which has a decal telling the mechanic to be sure to change the filter. These filters are always packed with mud and rust on the old cars. Be sure that the tank is near empty before removing the filter bowl. Yellow FISPA decal(FISPA letters printed in yellow on clear background)

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  • 55 | F.I.S.P.A fuel filter housing tag

    $25.00

    There is a small gold – colored metal tag, 14x34mm, riveted to the top of the filter mounting bracket. I have seen different patterns of these tags; this is a perfect duplicate of one. F.I.S.P.A Fuel Filter Housing Tag

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  • 56 | FIMAC Fuel pump tag

    $40.00

    The early racing cars used an aircraft rotary fuel pump. These are seen on the TRCs, Testa Rossas and the Maseratis from the 1950s and 1960s. These tags were screwed on the front surface. The dimensions are 43mmx43mm. FIMAC Fuel Pump I.D. Tag.

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  • 57-1 | 9-piece red fiber washers for inside plug engines

    $20.00

    Red fiber washers were used to seal the mating surfaces of the components on the fuel log and carburetors. These are all 12mm I.D.. Copper washers were also supplied with the Weber carburetor rebuild kits. Weber also supplied brass, unplated nuts, banjo bolts and other pieces as replacements. It is my opinion that the cars were delievered with the red fiber washers and with all of the fuel log components chrome-plated. 9-Piece Red Fiber Washers for Inside Plug Engines

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  • 57-2 | 12-piece red fiber washers for outside plug engines

    $25.00

    Red fiber washers were used to seal the mating surfaces of the components on the fuel log and carburetors. These are all 12mm I.D.. Copper washers were also supplied with the Weber carburetor rebuild kits. Weber also supplied brass, unplated nuts, banjo bolts and other pieces as replacements. It is my opinion that the cars were delievered with the red fiber washers and with all of the fuel log components chrome-plated. 12-Piece Red Fiber Washers for Outside Plug Engines

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  • 58B | Weber script is 6mm high (etched type)

    $20.00

    Weber carburetors were made in Bologna and were used on “all” of the Ferraris from the 815 and 125s through until the 512BBs. There are photos of T.R. #0666 and the four cam 290/315/335s with Solex carburetors but Webers were the norm. The really early carburetors had beautiful little cast brass tags, but Weber soon switched to the more conventional aluminum tags with the black overlay. These tags were attached to the carburetors with small u-drive rivets. Tipo (B) 23.5x45mm, hole spacing is 19.5x41mm, Weber script is 6mm high

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  • 58A | Weber script is 5mm high

    $15.00

    Weber carburetors were made in Bologna and were used on “all” of the Ferraris from the 815 and 125s through until the 512BBs. There are photos of T.R. #0666 and the four cam 290/315/335s with Solex carburetors but Webers were the norm. The really early carburetors had beautiful little cast brass tags, but Weber soon switched to the more conventional aluminum tags with the black overlay. These tags were attached to the carburetors with small u-drive rivets. Tipo (A) 24.8x46mm, hole spacing is 21x41mm, Weber script is 5mm high.

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  • 58C | Weber script is 6mm high

    $15.00

    Weber carburetors were made in Bologna and were used on “all” of the Ferraris from the 815 and 125s through until the 512BBs. There are photos of T.R. #0666 and the four cam 290/315/335s with Solex carburetors but Webers were the norm. The really early carburetors had beautiful little cast brass tags, but Weber soon switched to the more conventional aluminum tags with the black overlay. These tags were attached to the carburetors with small u-drive rivets. Tipo (C) 24×45.7mm, hole spacing 21x41mm, Weber script is 6mm high

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  • 58D | Weber script is 6mm high

    $15.00

    Weber carburetors were made in Bologna and were used on “all” of the Ferraris from the 815 and 125s through until the 512BBs. There are photos of T.R. #0666 and the four cam 290/315/335s with Solex carburetors but Webers were the norm. The really early carburetors had beautiful little cast brass tags, but Weber soon switched to the more conventional aluminum tags with the black overlay. These tags were attached to the carburetors with small u-drive rivets. Tipo (D) 25×46.4mm, hole spacing is 20×40.5mm, Weber scripit is 6mm high

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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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  • 60 | Early hydraulic brake reservoir aluminum tag

    $40.00

    These are aluminum tags that were used on the early 1950s cars. The reservoir mounting bracket had four tiny slots and the end tabs of these tags were inserted into these slots then bent to hold them in place. The brake fluid was very corrosive so few of these tags survived. Early Brake Fluid Reservoir Aluminum Tag.

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  • 61 | “Livello” brake fluid sticker

    $15.00

    The aluminum “Milk Bottle” brake reservoirs were inherited from the Fiat “Topolinos” and were used on a lot of the Ferraris in the mid to late 1950s, notably the T.R.s. On the Fiat Topolinos there were two decals, one with the Fiat brake fluid information and a second “Livello” decal indicating the correct level to fill the bottle. This one is white with red and green lettering. These stickers can be seen on the “King Leopold” chassis on page 30 of the Fitzgerald and Merritt book Ferrari, The Sports and Grand Tourisimo Cars. “Livello” Brake Reservoir Sticker

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  • 62 | “Sabif” brake reservoir sticker

    $25.00

    This one was on one of the 250MM Mexican Road Race cars from the early 1950s. The background information on this one is a little vague and I have not seen an original or a period photograph of one. “Sabif” Brake Reservoir Sticker

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  • 63 | Bendix “servofreno” brake booster sticker

    $25.00

    Mike Hawthron and Peter Collins were the top F1 drivers for Ferrari in 1958. Both had driven the “C” and “D” Type Jaguars with Dunlop disc brakes and tried to convince Enzo Ferrari to use them on his cars. Peter went as far as having the Dunlop disc brakes installed on his personal 250 P.F. Spyder #0655. Peter was killed in the German G.P. and the old Ferrari drum brakes were blamed for the accident. Mike Hawthorn insisted that Ferrari install disc brakes on the F1 cars for the last race in Morocco. At Casablanca Mike finished second to Stirling Moss but won the F1 championship by a single point. In the fall of 1959 Ferrari fitted Dunlop disc brakes on the SWB #1539 at the Paris show. They were quickly adopted on all of the street and competition cars. Ferrari chose to use a power booster made in Italy by Bonaldi under license of the U.S. Bendix company. The vacuum can was cadmium-plated, the cast aluminum components were left unpainted and the four hooks that attached the can were either cad-plated or had a black finish. The red “Servofreno” stickers were centered, front to rear on the can between the top vacuum line and the adjacent retaining hook. The stickers were positioned to be read from the front or “snout” end of the booster. Bendix Servofreno Booster 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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  • 65 | 275/330/365 Bonaldi green booster sticker

    $20.00

    Bonaldi also made brake boosters for these later cars. The earlier ones, used as late as the Dayonas were a lighter color, like the color of grass. The later ones on late Daytonas were a lot darker, like hunter green. Green Bonaldi 275/330/365 Brake Booster Sticker

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  • 66 | Dunlop brake booster sticker

    $20.00

    Dunlop / Girling made most of the brake components and supplied the black brake boosters used on some of the 275 and 330 series cars. This is a water transfer decal, yellow background with black print. The correct brake booster for each car is listed on the build sheets. Dunlop Booster Decal

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  • 67 | Dunlop master cylinder parts I.D. tag

    $30.00

    The Dunlop master cylinders had a small plastic “zip tie” parts tag embossed with the part number and the date of manufacture. This is a very detailed reproduction of a 275 GTB original. Dunlop Master Cylinder I.D. Tag

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  • 68 | Small oil filter decal set

    $40.00

    The early 250 series cars used a small catridge type oil filter built under license of the U.S. Fram Corporation. The small one is 4 3/4″ long and uses filter #CH6PI. These filters were used on cars built in the mid 1950s until about 1958. Set of Four Decals for the Short Cartridge – type Oil Filters

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  • 69-1 | Fram C-30 long filter top decal

    $25.00

    At about the time of the introduction of the P.F. Coupes and Spyders Ferrari changed to the long (8″) type Fram oil filters. This type uses a Fram #C-30 filter element and there is a decal on the top and another one on the side of the can. These are water transfer decals and the top one is very difficult to install due to the compound curve of the top. I recommend that you remove the filter top from the car, soak the filter in a pan of warm water, remove the decal from the backing paper as soon as it will slide, then carefully position it on the top. Fram C-30 Long Filter Top Decal

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  • 69-2 | Fram C-30 long filter top decal

    $25.00

    At about the time of the introduction of the P.F. Coupes and Spyders Ferrari changed to the long (8″) type Fram oil filters. This type uses a Fram #C-30 filter element and there is a decal on the top and another one on the side of the can. These are water transfer decals and the top one is very difficult to install due to the compound curve of the top. I recommend that you remove the filter top from the car, soak the filter in a pan of warm water, remove the decal from the backing paper as soon as it will slide, then carefully position it on the top. Fram C-30 Long Filter Top Decal

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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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