New old Stock shifter knobs for Dino 246Gt 308 328 348 - Ferrari Life
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post #1 of 4 Old 03-28-2013, 10:52 AM Thread Starter
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New old Stock shifter knobs for Dino 246Gt 308 328 348

maybe this is something for those classic FERRARI owners wanting one of
the nicest original interior parts brandnew and in true OEM specification

True concours condition cars should only get those and not Mickeymouse stuff.

You daily touch this ball
! So haptics should be exactly as intended by Pininfarina and not Shanghai plastics INC ;-) .

New old stock engraved and white filled shifter knobs with reverse on the left top...
in the old black 43mm hard plastic size with precisely machined metal thread---
Attention, newer replicas have plastic thread never fit tightly the chrome lever...

These are my new old stock ones: Definitely from ex Ferrari Motors Mantova dealer

often those knobs are replaced by cheap aftermarket alloy / leather stuff or something
totally grabbed off / cracked by UV radiation and dirty by dacades of handsweat...

Thomas Magnum P.I. would love to get one of these brandnew after all those years ;-)

Only few left in my stock 150 Euro = 190 US Dollars (exchange rate 03.28.2013)
sending from Germany worldwide, please ask for shipment fees (I dont earn money
with handling and shipment) Using DHL German post registered air mail economy or express.

non available anymore at the dealers list.

There are some cheap fake china knobs on the market,

Fake 40mm "toy look" pseudo Ferrari knob from China

beware of those they are ugly (wrong too narrow "pop art" typo, made from light
plastic and those are too small (40mm) looking trivial and much too tiny on any good original Ferrari.

The original Ferrari knobs like mine have 43mm diameter

not 44 not 45 and not 40mm.

If interested, please email under [email protected] or send a PN

Best regards from Germany

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post #2 of 4 Old 03-28-2013, 11:02 AM Thread Starter
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Original for any of those old Ferrari from Daytona to 246Gt

Original knob mounted on a Dino 246Gt
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post #3 of 4 Old 03-28-2013, 02:46 PM
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i dont think that is a N.O.S knob for a Dino it look to shiny to be 40 years old and the fonts are still wrong
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post #4 of 4 Old 03-28-2013, 03:54 PM Thread Starter
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I am sorry to say that these are new old stock...
they were wrapped in paper so no scratches....

Oh the typo is wrong?

Sorry you are wrong!

There were at least 2-3 different "numer only" types used with different 1, 3 and 4 number typos...
I know that Femsa, Carello and Stars as well as Fispa manufactured plastic buttons and knobs for
Fiat and Ferrari, they all were used during 40-50 years of production looking slightly different.
Allone for my Dino Fiat there were more than 4 versions of knobs on Fiats OEM equipment list.

A good used one (note the price):

Or this one with Ferrari 365 / 400 / 412 pattern

Here one from some kind of Mondial or later 328 QV

here a red one from a 328GTS or even Testarossa still in package

Here an overprized cracked and worn off one from a scrap car (note the silly price for a defective piece of junk): 3D222001%26algo%3DSIC.CURRENT%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D11% 26meid%3D6571752261666731731%26pid%
3D100011%26prg%3D1005%26rk%3D1%26sd%3D160948013953 %26

Oh maybe they all are fake ;-)

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