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  • 84 | Foil Italver – Pittsburg paint sticker

    $20.00

    This sticker was used on the later 330s. The one that I have reproduced is from a 330 GTC. The paint color code was hand written using a ball point pen. 330 Foil Paint sticker

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  • 85 | Koni shock absorber stickers

    $10.00

    The early cars were equipped with the old-style lever action shock absorbers. Prince Bernard of Holland was an enthusiastic backer of Ferrari and was probably the force behind the switch to the Dutch “Koni” brand of tubular – type shocks in the early 1960s. Ferrari also used Allinquant, Miletto and G.M.F. shock absorbers, but most of the cars had Konis. In 1974 Koni switched to a later type of decal with an orange shock absorber on a white triangular backgroudn. Koni wing/shield shock absorber sticker

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  • 86 | Koni air shock stickers

    $15.00

    The larger, heavier, four passenger cars needed additional springing in the rear. The solution was an air shock also made by Koni. Foil Koni air shock sticker

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  • 87-1 | Carlo borrani wheel stickers

    $10.00

    Borrani wire wheels were the standard for the early Ferraris until the introduction of the cast alloy wheels on the 275 and 330 models. The wheels were made under license of the English company Rudge-Whitworth until the early 1950s when the name Carlo Borrani was adopted. In 1961 the company was sold and the markings were changed to Ruote Borrani. The Knock-off hub caps were manufactured by a company outside of the wheel factory and the old stock of Carlo Borrani hub caps was used up sometime in early 1963 before they were changed to the Ruote Borrani stamping also. For a complete history of the various stamping patterns please call Jim Wallner at Motion Products/ Borrani Americas at 920-725-4688. Carlo Borrani wheel stickers.

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  • 87-2 | Ruote borrani wheel stickers

    $10.00

    Borrani wire wheels were the standard for the early Ferraris until the introduction of the cast alloy wheels on the 275 and 330 models. The wheels were made under license of the English company Rudge-Whitworth until the early 1950s when the name Carlo Borrani was adopted. In 1961 the company was sold and the markings were changed to Ruote Borrani. The Knock-off hub caps were manufactured by a company outside of the wheel factory and the old stock of Carlo Borrani hub caps was used up sometime in early 1963 before they were changed to the Ruote Borrani stamping also. For a complete history of the various stamping patterns please call Jim Wallner at Motion Products/ Borrani Americas at 920-725-4688. Ruote Borrani wheel stickers.

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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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  • 89-1 | Abarth scorpion shield sticker

    $15.00

    Carlo Abarth was a noted race car driver and “tuner” and a good friend of Enzo Ferrari. His exhaust systems were used on all but a handful of the early cars until the Abarth Compnay failed in the mid-1960s. The change from the Abarth systems was made on the 275s sometime between car #675 and #6937. The 275s, 330s, and 365s used exhaust systems made by SPACEM, Galletti and Certto. The ANSA exhaust systems were adopted for the 365GTB/4 Daytonas. The bare show chassis had the Abarth stickers on the top of the mufflers; however, this placement was just for the advertising effect and on the real cars the Abarth stickers were placed on the bottom side. There is a small photograph of the mufflers on a 250 SWB on page 93 of Jess Pourret’s book The Ferrari Legend, 250 GT Competition., showing the typical placement of the Abarth stickers on a 250 Ferrari. The color photo that I have shows a system for a Fiat. The triangular “Made In Italy” stickers were typically placed across the mufflers on Ferraris, not lengthwise as this one is. There were Abarth Scorpion stickers on the two outside tailpipes, about three inches ahead of the chrome tips. Abarth Scorpion Shield stickers, 4 per car, two on the mufflers and two on the tailpipes.

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  • 89-2 | Abarth four ball world champion sticker

    $15.00

    Carlo Abarth was a noted race car driver and “tuner” and a good friend of Enzo Ferrari. His exhaust systems were used on all but a handful of the early cars until the Abarth Compnay failed in the mid-1960s. The change from the Abarth systems was made on the 275s sometime between car #675 and #6937. The 275s, 330s, and 365s used exhaust systems made by SPACEM, Galletti and Certto. The ANSA exhaust systems were adopted for the 365GTB/4 Daytonas. The bare show chassis had the Abarth stickers on the top of the mufflers; however, this placement was just for the advertising effect and on the real cars the Abarth stickers were placed on the bottom side. There is a small photograph of the mufflers on a 250 SWB on page 93 of Jess Pourret’s book The Ferrari Legend, 250 GT Competition., showing the typical placement of the Abarth stickers on a 250 Ferrari. The color photo that I have shows a system for a Fiat. The triangular “Made In Italy” stickers were typically placed across the mufflers on Ferraris, not lengthwise as this one is. There were Abarth Scorpion stickers on the two outside tailpipes, about three inches ahead of the chrome tips. Abarth Four Ball World Champion stickers, two per car, centered on the rear mufflers.

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  • 89-3 | Abarth made in Italy sticker

    $15.00

    Carlo Abarth was a noted race car driver and “tuner” and a good friend of Enzo Ferrari. His exhaust systems were used on all but a handful of the early cars until the Abarth Compnay failed in the mid-1960s. The change from the Abarth systems was made on the 275s sometime between car #675 and #6937. The 275s, 330s, and 365s used exhaust systems made by SPACEM, Galletti and Certto. The ANSA exhaust systems were adopted for the 365GTB/4 Daytonas. The bare show chassis had the Abarth stickers on the top of the mufflers; however, this placement was just for the advertising effect and on the real cars the Abarth stickers were placed on the bottom side. There is a small photograph of the mufflers on a 250 SWB on page 93 of Jess Pourret’s book The Ferrari Legend, 250 GT Competition., showing the typical placement of the Abarth stickers on a 250 Ferrari. The color photo that I have shows a system for a Fiat. The triangular “Made In Italy” stickers were typically placed across the mufflers on Ferraris, not lengthwise as this one is. There were Abarth Scorpion stickers on the two outside tailpipes, about three inches ahead of the chrome tips. Abarth Made in Italy stickers, two per car, across the rear mufflers

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  • 90 | ANSA exhaust system stickers

    $10.00

    Ferrari began using the ANSA exhaust systems with the introduction of the 365 GTB/4 Daytonas in the late 1960s. These stickers were positioned on all four of the exhaust tips about 1/2″ from the rear edge. I have seen several different ANSA stickers, but these are the most common. ANSA exhaust tip stickers (30mm tall)

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  • 91A | Daytona service sticker

    $25.00

    Ferrari introduced its new front engined GT car at the Paris salon in October 1968. The car was larger, heavier, and was intended to be the ultimate front engined tourer. The new car was quickly nicknamed the Daytona to celebrate the 1-2-3 victory of the 330 P3/4s at the 1967 Daytona 24-hour race and the subsequent manufacturer’s championship. Ferrari had avoided a sale to Ford but had completed the sale of 90% of the company to Fiat. In the U.S. the E.P.A and D.O.T. were implementing a whole slew of new pollution and safety regulations as were most of the governments in the major European markets. This was a very tumuluous time for Ferrari as the Fiat staff moved into the managerial positions in Maranello. The volume and speed of the component and specification changes were staggering and have created a real challenge for the restorers today. Daytona Service Sticker

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  • 91B | Daytona firing order stickers

    $25.00

    Ferrari introduced its new front engined GT car at the Paris salon in October 1968. The car was larger, heavier, and was intended to be the ultimate front engined tourer. The new car was quickly nicknamed the Daytona to celebrate the 1-2-3 victory of the 330 P3/4s at the 1967 Daytona 24-hour race and the subsequent manufacturer’s championship. Ferrari had avoided a sale to Ford but had completed the sale of 90% of the company to Fiat. In the U.S. the E.P.A and D.O.T. were implementing a whole slew of new pollution and safety regulations as were most of the governments in the major European markets. This was a very tumuluous time for Ferrari as the Fiat staff moved into the managerial positions in Maranello. The volume and speed of the component and specification changes were staggering and have created a real challenge for the restorers today. Daytona Firing Order Sticker

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  • 91C | Daytona Surge tank sticker

    $15.00

    Ferrari introduced its new front engined GT car at the Paris salon in October 1968. The car was larger, heavier, and was intended to be the ultimate front engined tourer. The new car was quickly nicknamed the Daytona to celebrate the 1-2-3 victory of the 330 P3/4s at the 1967 Daytona 24-hour race and the subsequent manufacturer’s championship. Ferrari had avoided a sale to Ford but had completed the sale of 90% of the company to Fiat. In the U.S. the E.P.A and D.O.T. were implementing a whole slew of new pollution and safety regulations as were most of the governments in the major European markets. This was a very tumuluous time for Ferrari as the Fiat staff moved into the managerial positions in Maranello. The volume and speed of the component and specification changes were staggering and have created a real challenge for the restorers today. Daytona Surge Tank Sticker

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  • 91D | Daytona high voltage warning sticker

    $15.00

    Ferrari introduced its new front engined GT car at the Paris salon in October 1968. The car was larger, heavier, and was intended to be the ultimate front engined tourer. The new car was quickly nicknamed the Daytona to celebrate the 1-2-3 victory of the 330 P3/4s at the 1967 Daytona 24-hour race and the subsequent manufacturer’s championship. Ferrari had avoided a sale to Ford but had completed the sale of 90% of the company to Fiat. In the U.S. the E.P.A and D.O.T. were implementing a whole slew of new pollution and safety regulations as were most of the governments in the major European markets. This was a very tumuluous time for Ferrari as the Fiat staff moved into the managerial positions in Maranello. The volume and speed of the component and specification changes were staggering and have created a real challenge for the restorers today. Daytona High Voltage Warning Sticker

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  • 91E | Gold and blue daytona coil stickers

    $15.00

    Ferrari introduced its new front engined GT car at the Paris salon in October 1968. The car was larger, heavier, and was intended to be the ultimate front engined tourer. The new car was quickly nicknamed the Daytona to celebrate the 1-2-3 victory of the 330 P3/4s at the 1967 Daytona 24-hour race and the subsequent manufacturer’s championship. Ferrari had avoided a sale to Ford but had completed the sale of 90% of the company to Fiat. In the U.S. the E.P.A and D.O.T. were implementing a whole slew of new pollution and safety regulations as were most of the governments in the major European markets. This was a very tumuluous time for Ferrari as the Fiat staff moved into the managerial positions in Maranello. The volume and speed of the component and specification changes were staggering and have created a real challenge for the restorers today. Gold and Blue Daytona Coil Stickers. 60x30mm for the early gold BZ 201 A coils.

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  • 91F1 | Daytona fuse cover stickers (Type 1)

    $20.00

    Ferrari introduced its new front engined GT car at the Paris salon in October 1968. The car was larger, heavier, and was intended to be the ultimate front engined tourer. The new car was quickly nicknamed the Daytona to celebrate the 1-2-3 victory of the 330 P3/4s at the 1967 Daytona 24-hour race and the subsequent manufacturer’s championship. Ferrari had avoided a sale to Ford but had completed the sale of 90% of the company to Fiat. In the U.S. the E.P.A and D.O.T. were implementing a whole slew of new pollution and safety regulations as were most of the governments in the major European markets. This was a very tumuluous time for Ferrari as the Fiat staff moved into the managerial positions in Maranello. The volume and speed of the component and specification changes were staggering and have created a real challenge for the restorers today. Daytona Fuse Cover Stickers. I have 3 different types (see the pictures)

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  • 91F2 | Daytona fuse cover stickers (Type 2)

    $20.00

    Ferrari introduced its new front engined GT car at the Paris salon in October 1968. The car was larger, heavier, and was intended to be the ultimate front engined tourer. The new car was quickly nicknamed the Daytona to celebrate the 1-2-3 victory of the 330 P3/4s at the 1967 Daytona 24-hour race and the subsequent manufacturer’s championship. Ferrari had avoided a sale to Ford but had completed the sale of 90% of the company to Fiat. In the U.S. the E.P.A and D.O.T. were implementing a whole slew of new pollution and safety regulations as were most of the governments in the major European markets. This was a very tumuluous time for Ferrari as the Fiat staff moved into the managerial positions in Maranello. The volume and speed of the component and specification changes were staggering and have created a real challenge for the restorers today. Daytona Fuse Cover Stickers. I have 3 different types (see the pictures)

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  • 91F3 | Daytona fuse cover stickers (Type 3)

    $20.00

    Ferrari introduced its new front engined GT car at the Paris salon in October 1968. The car was larger, heavier, and was intended to be the ultimate front engined tourer. The new car was quickly nicknamed the Daytona to celebrate the 1-2-3 victory of the 330 P3/4s at the 1967 Daytona 24-hour race and the subsequent manufacturer’s championship. Ferrari had avoided a sale to Ford but had completed the sale of 90% of the company to Fiat. In the U.S. the E.P.A and D.O.T. were implementing a whole slew of new pollution and safety regulations as were most of the governments in the major European markets. This was a very tumuluous time for Ferrari as the Fiat staff moved into the managerial positions in Maranello. The volume and speed of the component and specification changes were staggering and have created a real challenge for the restorers today. Daytona Fuse Cover Stickers. I have 3 different types (see the pictures)

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  • 91G | Oil Tank sticker, black on foil

    $25.00

    Ferrari introduced its new front engined GT car at the Paris salon in October 1968. The car was larger, heavier, and was intended to be the ultimate front engined tourer. The new car was quickly nicknamed the Daytona to celebrate the 1-2-3 victory of the 330 P3/4s at the 1967 Daytona 24-hour race and the subsequent manufacturer’s championship. Ferrari had avoided a sale to Ford but had completed the sale of 90% of the company to Fiat. In the U.S. the E.P.A and D.O.T. were implementing a whole slew of new pollution and safety regulations as were most of the governments in the major European markets. This was a very tumuluous time for Ferrari as the Fiat staff moved into the managerial positions in Maranello. The volume and speed of the component and specification changes were staggering and have created a real challenge for the restorers today. Oil Tank Sticker. Black on foil 110x35mm “Attenzione, Per I1 Controllo Del Livello”

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  • 91H | Baruffaldi frizioni

    $25.00

    Ferrari introduced its new front engined GT car at the Paris salon in October 1968. The car was larger, heavier, and was intended to be the ultimate front engined tourer. The new car was quickly nicknamed the Daytona to celebrate the 1-2-3 victory of the 330 P3/4s at the 1967 Daytona 24-hour race and the subsequent manufacturer’s championship. Ferrari had avoided a sale to Ford but had completed the sale of 90% of the company to Fiat. In the U.S. the E.P.A and D.O.T. were implementing a whole slew of new pollution and safety regulations as were most of the governments in the major European markets. This was a very tumuluous time for Ferrari as the Fiat staff moved into the managerial positions in Maranello. The volume and speed of the component and specification changes were staggering and have created a real challenge for the restorers today. Baruffaldi Frizioni 97 x 15 foil sticker for air compressor

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  • 91I | Red 83 x 35 automatic transmission fluid sticker

    $25.00

    Ferrari introduced its new front engined GT car at the Paris salon in October 1968. The car was larger, heavier, and was intended to be the ultimate front engined tourer. The new car was quickly nicknamed the Daytona to celebrate the 1-2-3 victory of the 330 P3/4s at the 1967 Daytona 24-hour race and the subsequent manufacturer’s championship. Ferrari had avoided a sale to Ford but had completed the sale of 90% of the company to Fiat. In the U.S. the E.P.A and D.O.T. were implementing a whole slew of new pollution and safety regulations as were most of the governments in the major European markets. This was a very tumuluous time for Ferrari as the Fiat staff moved into the managerial positions in Maranello. The volume and speed of the component and specification changes were staggering and have created a real challenge for the restorers today. REd 83 x 35 Automatic transmission Fluid sticker for power steering pump reservoir

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  • 91J | Thermostatic valve 74×21 mm foil sticker for 365 radiator

    $20.00

    Ferrari introduced its new front engined GT car at the Paris salon in October 1968. The car was larger, heavier, and was intended to be the ultimate front engined tourer. The new car was quickly nicknamed the Daytona to celebrate the 1-2-3 victory of the 330 P3/4s at the 1967 Daytona 24-hour race and the subsequent manufacturer’s championship. Ferrari had avoided a sale to Ford but had completed the sale of 90% of the company to Fiat. In the U.S. the E.P.A and D.O.T. were implementing a whole slew of new pollution and safety regulations as were most of the governments in the major European markets. This was a very tumuluous time for Ferrari as the Fiat staff moved into the managerial positions in Maranello. The volume and speed of the component and specification changes were staggering and have created a real challenge for the restorers today. Thermostatic Valve 74x21mm foil sticker for 365 Radiator

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