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Question regarding Ferrari parts source/supply

As I plan to replace over time some parts (mechanical or aesthetical needs) I wanted to ask you all who are the best, most reliable parts sourcing companies/websides for Ferraris from the 60's to the 80's ?

I remember once visiting a webside of a company who had all the official Ferrari "explosion" pictures from each relevant model (also the very latest models) with order number and price indicated. Unfortunately I forgot the name.

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post #2 of 11 Old 09-21-2010, 04:04 AM
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It is possible that you may have visited the Eurospares website.

http://www.eurospares.co.uk/index.asp


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I shall introduce two shops (not the normal kind) that speicalize in quality, trust, and hard to find or cannot find parts.
1) www.UNOBTANIUMSUPPLY.COM
2) http://www.resleeve.com/ Karp's PowerBrake Rebuilding and Stainless Steel Resleeving , which can be seen at TomYang.net
http://www.tomyang.net/cars/ferrari.html w/ smiles Jimmy
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It is possible that you may have visited the Eurospares website.

http://www.eurospares.co.uk/index.asp


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Thank you so much. Skipping quickly thru it..yes I believe it was this side !! Many thanks
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I shall introduce two shops (not the normal kind) that speicalize in quality, trust, and hard to find or cannot find parts.
1) www.UNOBTANIUMSUPPLY.COM
2) http://www.resleeve.com/ Karp's PowerBrake Rebuilding and Stainless Steel Resleeving , which can be seen at TomYang.net
http://www.tomyang.net/cars/ferrari.html w/ smiles Jimmy

Thank you Jimmy....lots of information. Wonderful !
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I have a very interesting site

for those that cannot source or need a great way to recreate, rebuild, or other such task.

http://www.oddparts.net/gallery/index.html

this guy lives in my home town.

He will fabricate lenses, rebuild motors, make 'almost' new items to the early Ferraris [etc.] to present.

A bit costly sometimes, but MUCH less than some new.

his web site is fun just to look and see.

PS: I recently removed an alarm system from my 456, and the Right blinker is not working correctly: He diagnosed the probelem as [we will get in there] NOT a switch which he said he could/would rebuild, but possibly the Clifford alarm being wired and not entirely removed. [I know this is a hijack....stick with me] That alarm had the ability to 'blink' the particular blinker on the side I walked up to when I unlocked the car....He did this over the phone.

Point being: He seemed to REALLY know his stuff.
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I've seen the parts lists with the exploded diagrams at Ricambi America...

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Thanks Colonel, Ricambi has it too, advantage of Eurosparse is: They have price indications...!
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@Granucci: Thanks, that guy knows how to build things...according to the pictures. Will keep the webadress..! Thanks!
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Official Ferrari Classic part supplier in the UK:

https://www.ferrariparts.co.uk/Default.aspx
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Official Ferrari Classic part supplier in the UK:

https://www.ferrariparts.co.uk/Default.aspx
Perfect ! Thanks Boxer. I guess by now I got enough adresses and hints. Thank you all for your kind effort !
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