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I work for an independant specialist (car sales), we have just sold a beautiful 246 Dino which is with our service chaps now, they are struggling with a few things, that I thought you may know the answer to.

We need to get hold of a distributor cap, Ferrari no longer manufacture, a n/s front quarter window as the hinge at the bottom has snapped.

Everything else appears okay, we are sending the wheels away for a refurb, it did have a full restoration 8000 miles ago by maranello's,

The customer has asked about an unleaded petrol conversion, our service bay tell me they can fit a small tank of addative to the fuel line which is guaranteed for 10 years, what do you guys think?

Thanks

Wayne
 

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There's a shop in England that stock all thes eitems. Maybe one of our UK members can help. Or maybe Andrew has the address. Good luck.
 

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Boxer said:
You can order all the parts needed via:

http://parts.ferrari.co.uk/v2/modelselection.asp

which is run by Ferrari UK.

Good luck.
Thanks for that, however it appears I need to own a Ferrari to register with that site.

We have checked with Maranello, and Ferrari UK no longer supply / manufacture the parts we need.

Do you know of any specialists in classic Ferrari parts?
 

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Glad some people here could help. I think it is a wise move to collect some partssuppliers on a linksite so we can direct people there if a question like this pops up, which is quite often. If some people have more links like this, please post them here so I can put something together.
 

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Bob,
I use Dennis McCann in Ohio for all my hard-to-find parts. And when I have searched around for a part, he's usually the cheapest. Easy to use site, you can just type in the Ferrari part number http://www.allferrariparts.com/
 
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Dr. Bob.

Spent some time a little while ago compiling a list of websites. THere are also a few sources for Dino parts and information that are not internet savy. I don't buy from them, so I don't have that info.

Here's my list of frequently visited Dino sites.


https://www.owners.ferrari.com/ - Ferrari Owner's site - parts for cars up to 328

http://www.koenigs-klassik.de/indexe.html - Original period correct radios

http://reoriginals.com/ - interiors, seats, and some parts New, and NOS

http://www.andoauto.com/Ferrari_seat_belts.htm - seat belts

http://worlduph.com/ferrari.htm - Interiors, carpets, headliners

http://www.italiancarparts.com/ - large selection of classic and modern parts, interiors, manulas, etc.

http://www.carburetion.com/ - weber carbs and parts

http://www.cibieusa.com/index.htm - cibie lights

http://www.clubplug.net/ - spark plugs

http://www.dinoparts.de/content.php...bcf03b74927623b - new and some NOS Dino parts

http://www.hdrogers.com/europarts.html - H.D. Rogers and Sons brakes, fuel lines and a host of other parts

http://www.eurospares.co.uk/ - parts, parts, parts often has hard to find stuff.

http://www.allferrariparts.com/home.html - Dennis McCann, great source of online parts. However, often lists parts as in stock that are not.

http://www.afe.co.nz/parts-replica.html - tool bags and tools - replicas, look nice.

https://www.4filters.com/ - K&N air filters

http://www.keys4classics.com/ - blanks and cut keys for Ferrari and others, very reasonable, very responsive. Often on Ebay.

http://www.redlineweber.com/ - Weber carbs and parts

http://www.restorationspecialties.com/ - hard to find trim pieces for windows, doors, etc.

http://ricambiamerica.com/ - Daniel will work extra hard to find what you need, parts, filters, etc.

http://www.superformance.co.uk/index.htm - New parts for dino through 328 - great source for parts and information- many US suppliers sell their stuff here.

http://www.rondavisradiators.com/Radiators.htm - Custom builds radiators.

http://www.tirerack.com/index.jsp - Modern tires

http://www.tubistyleusa.com/ - exhausts

http://www.maranelloautoparts.com/ - Hard to find new and used parts

http://www.blackbartsemporium.com/ - OEM Badges and emblems

http://ferraripartsexchange.com/ - Lyle Tanner . Lots of hard to find parts, and helpful folks.

http://www.racecar.co.uk/paulbaber/index.htm - manuals at LIST PRICE AND OVER

http://www.trutlands.com/index.htm - New and used parts

http://www.usedpartslive.com/ - on line exchange for salvage parts

http://www.vintageferrariparts.com/ - new site still under construction

http://www.octagonauto.com/default.htm - wrecking yard, occasionally has cars for sale.

http://www.ferrariservice.ws/ - Ferrari Service of Costa Mesa - rebult and reproduction parts

http://fiatplus.com/ - fiat parts. Many cross over to Ferraris.

http://www.daveolimpiautomobiles.com/ - cars for sale and a newsletter

http://www.eastwoodco.com/ - Eastwood sells abrasives, paint, and all kinds of body work stuff.

http://www.electromotive-inc.com/index.html - ignition systems

http://www.wordreference.com/ - Italian to English translations

https://www.owners.ferrari.com/ - Ferrari owner's site - new parts for cars through 348

http://www.racecar.co.uk/quicksilverferrari/ - stainless exhausts for Ferrari

http://www.ferrari-forsale.com/ - worldwide listings

http://www.ferrariparts.be/ - odds and ends, hard to find parts.

http://www.h3r.com/index.htm - Fire extinguishers

http://www.hill-engineering.co.uk/ - fabricated Ferrari parts, lugs, shift gates and knobs and more.

http://www.metricmcc.com/ - metric fastners in bulk.

http://www.qv500.com/qvindex.htm - exotic car resource - tons of historical information

http://www.sportscarmarket.com/ - the bible of value.

http://www.dinoregister.com/- Dino 246 Register

http://www.330register.com/index.cfm - 330 Register

http://www.jb330gt.com/Colors.htm - vintage ferrari paint chips and codes.

http://www.ferraris-online.com/index.shtml - Michael Sheehan's site

http://www.tomyang.net/cars/ferrari.html - step by step restoration of a 330 by Tom Yang.

http://cavallino.com/ - Cavallino Magazine.

http://www.ferrarimarketletter.com/

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Dave,

Great list. This just gave me a wonderful idea. In the models pages I will include links like these at the bottom so people can find more related to that model.

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Thanks a lot for that list. andrew, i think it is better to make one list, and behind each link you can put a description about the site. If you put it in the models section, people look only at the specialized sites you put there, while there are maybe many more that can supply the parts, but are maybe not specialized in that type only.
 
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I have an additional list of more generalized Ferrari and non Ferrari car sources that I'll put togther in a neat list in the next few days and post up here.

Gotta know when you own an older Ferrari, that there's no such thing as too many sources.

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dm_n_stuff said:
I have an additional list of more generalized Ferrari and non Ferrari car sources that I'll put togther in a neat list in the next few days and post up here.

Gotta know when you own an older Ferrari, that there's no such thing as too many sources.

Dave
This would be great! Thanks
 
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