Ok, paid for the project way back in Nov. '08...Mondi goes in to shop, Dec '08, for an 'item' ... new steering pump assembly....get ready to pick it up....no juice....NEW updated alternator....hard to find BTW..not to mention when box arrived it was missing a 'piece'
.... wait, FINALLY...ya' got it back and been driving it for a couple three weeks.
Leather gal had a couple airplanes to redo and now her schedule if FREE. They have a special project, hope to post when they are done, of a full body restoration interior, exterior and new engine for a kid in Iraq, where his mother [he has no clue] paying big bucks to pimp his ride. Gal is donating the interior fully in leather, other locals doing at cost the other stuff.
anyway, took car in this morning and they are working on it to finish for me on pickup this next Monday. Will post pics. Have made a few changes as want side mirrors now fully covered.
Asked him to design a wind screen for between the two seats, low profile with magnets at bottom to hold on middle console. Couple ruck sacks for the rear seats too.
Will update and finish[?] this thread ... FINALLY after what, a 1/2 year wait.
PS: BTW, for those that have the coup/cabriolet T there was a factory item that came with the car that was used only for transportation purposes. It was to protect the top or for longer term storage and that is all. Many dealerships just junked them where the owners never saw them again. Some received them as both a bling to the new owner and release of problem to dispose by the dealer = win win ?
Anyway: That top is NOT a toneau as some may believe. Pictured below are three pics showing its use by a member of another[the other] Ferrari site, without his permission, BUT, it was posted in the 'general' section and open to the entire net, so, I do not feel remorse on this one. BUT for credit to the OP and that site, here is the link too. Everyone happy? http://www.ferrarichat.com/forum/sho...d.php?t=228795
We got a good site and know we can handle it...we have better, more concise, well mannered thread with a good reference library.