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love to have a enzo key,does it work on a 2001 modena?
Yes it does.

Yes it does!

(to mimic your double post).

Here's how it goes. You purchase an Enzo key from a Ferrari retail store or Wynn Las Vegas for about $200.00.

There is a cut key in it. However, the infamous group of wizards has figured how to remove the existing key from the ring and how to replace it with a key for your ignition.

ILCO makes a key blank # X152 FT46 for Alfa, Fiat, etc. Any good key shop should have it or should be able to get it.

Have them cut it for your ignition key.

It can then be replaced into the Enzo key housing and epoxied into place.

I have done a ton of them.

I can provide further info how to do it or if I am not too busy can do it if you sent everything to me.

I have two of them for my car, and they are beautiful and very functional.

I'll post pictures of the process the next time I do one.
 

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I am unable to post to the 360 Owner's list.

You need to contact ANDREW. He'll fix it for you: AND Welcome. Fill out your location too and post your pics.

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I'm at 9,497 so far with no signs of giving up. :steeringwheel:
Just in case anyone cares, I'm up to 9,655. :cry3:

360 Challenge: 347.
360 Modena: 3,975 (of which 2,251 are F1).
360 Spider: 4,397 (of which 1,232 are manual).
Challenge Stradale: 936 (of which 372 are in North America, of which 111 have at least some leather (not including the steering wheel) somewhere in the interior).
 

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Carbon- Did you get those two new 575M HGTCs?
 

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Carbon- Did you get those two new 575M HGTCs?
To which two are you referring? Are there links or threads or pictures or secret Ferrari agents who will land outside my door in helicopters and hand me hard copy information straight from Luca's file cabinet?!?

Also, after doing some work the last few hours, I can once again update my numbers - 9,657:

360 Challenge: 347.
360 Modena: 3,976 (of which 2,252 are F1).
360 Spider: 4,398 (of which 1,232 are manual).
Challenge Stradale: 936 (of which 372 are in North America, of which 111 have at least some leather (not including the steering wheel) somewhere in the interior).
 

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360 Challenge: 347.
360 Modena: 3,976 (of which 2,252 are F1).
360 Spider: 4,398 (of which 1,232 are manual).
Challenge Stradale: 936 (of which 372 are in North America, of which 111 have at least some leather (not including the steering wheel) somewhere in the interior).
Still hammering away - still no change in the number of Stradales for which I've accounted...

360 Challenge: 349
360 Modena: 3,979
360 Spider: 4,402
Challenge Stradale: 936

Total: 9,666.

Feel free to post your serial number so that I can continue adding to and updating my database!
 

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Carbon - are you saying you have 372 US stradale's in your database? That would be essentially all of them, right?

That would be freaking awesome! Especially if you knew which one's were RIP...
 

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Carbon - are you saying you have 372 US stradale's in your database? That would be essentially all of them, right?

That would be freaking awesome! Especially if you knew which one's were RIP...
I have a vague idea of which ones are totaled, but like with almost everything else in my database, that information is incomplete. I believe Ferrari made 375 Stradales for the US, and if that's true, then I'm missing three. But I bet it was closer to 400.

Carbon, do you have mine in your database? 138922
Indeed I do! Although, until right now, I didn't know it was owned by you. How long have you owned it? I saw it at Cars & Coffee in Irvine on 22 October 2011, manual, red with tan leather, standard seats, subwoofer, tan carpets, shields, black top, standard wheels, red calipers, front Challenge grilles, DoD stickers, Ft. Meade, etc. Your serial number falls right between two RHD F1 Spiders (138921 was made for Australia, 138923 was made for the UK). Before I spotted your car, it was last on my radar in March, 2008, when it was for sale on eBay in Great Falls, VA, with 7,952 miles.

137957-55033
I didn't have this assembly number - thank you!

137255-54377
I got the assembly number when I saw it in May, 2006, when it was owned by Mike - maybe he still owns it. He gave me a ride in it - then his wife gave me a ride in the 575M! That was a great day!

135982-53094
I didn't have this assembly number, but oddly enough, I also saw this car in May, 2006, before John owned it (but at the same event where I saw Mike's car).
 

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I must say, I'm digging the renewed interest in this thread. Please keep the serial number-laden responses coming! Hell, break into your neighbors garage and photograph his VIN if you have to!
 

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I must say, I'm digging the renewed interest in this thread. Please keep the serial number-laden responses coming! Hell, break into your neighbors garage and photograph his VIN if you have to!
Carbon
My 360 Modena is serial no. 118228. Know anything about it?
I've owned it since March 2007.
 

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I must say, I'm digging the renewed interest in this thread. Please keep the serial number-laden responses coming! Hell, break into your neighbors garage and photograph his VIN if you have to!

I have quite a few 360's on file. I'll post em up as I have time. Forgive me in advance for the dupes.
 
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