Italian Parts

Ferrari 308 and 328 Supercharger Kit Found in Long Beach

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Ferrari 308 and 328 Supercharger Kit
  Spotted in Long Beach is a Ferrari 308 and 328 Supercharger Kit for $5,800 USD.   Not much is known about this kit.  It is made in Australia by Raptor Supercharger.  I am very interested to know the specs on this product.  Their website does not show a Ferrari supercharger product at this time. Would you buy this for your 308 or 328 ?

Ferrari 550 Maranello Wheels Found in Ontario

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Ferrari 550 Maranello Wheels
Spotted in Ontario, California are Ferrari 550 Maranello Wheels  for $995 USD.  These are OEM wheels that are made by Speedline.   They are 18  x 10.5  and 18. 8.5  in size.   There are small chips  but the wheels are straight and true.   I always thought these wheels looked correct for this car.   I never liked the after market wheel options for this car. Are these wheels cheap? Post your comments!

Ferrari F40 Luggage Set Found in Manasha

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Ferrari F40 Luggage Set
Here is a Ferrari F40 Luggage Set for sale in Menasha, Wisconsin for $5500 USD.    These are pretty rare sets to find especially ones that are in perfect shape.  These luggage pieces tend to crack and become brittle if not properly cared for and stored correctly.   This is true especially around the luggage handles.   The set was originally delivered new with the car.  The eventual buyer of the F40 did not want to buy the luggage and left them with the seller.    Seller states this set to be rated a 9.5 out of 10.  I would say judging from the pictures that looks to be correctly valued. Have you seen another set of F40 Schedoni Luggage?  

Luggage has been Sold


Ferrari Ruote Borrani Wheels Found in Orange

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Ferrari Ruote Borrani Wheels
Here are Ferrari Ruote Borrani Wheels for sale in Orange County for $12,000.   Borrani wheels were original equipment or manufacturer’s options of the most prestigious car makers such as Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, Maserati, Aston Martin. This cooperation started in the early days of automobile competition, and continued all the way through the golden age of Italian car design.   These wheels are perfect for a 250 GT.  They measure 15 x  7.5 with all wheel numbers matching with R W 4075. Are these that expensive now?  Post your comments!