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Don't know what to say to that. as it is a still a good consideration. Actually, without a properly trained mech stateside, or the ready parts, one needs to wait months for even a Mondial T fuse block, which is way more documented as failing and needing replacing IF one can be found. Usually in the $1K+ range just for the part.
crazy, it's just a fuse block that can be easily re-mfgr.
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1990 Mondial T Cabriolet SN 86247 : Red/Tan
1995 456 GT 2+2 SN 99987 : Roso Metalizzato [Fer 311/C] & Tan