330 GT Registry
There are a number of decals and stickers on various parts of a 330 GT. Of course, nothing is for sure in this area and I welcome more information.
The brake booster unit has a sticker on the top.
The Series 1 cars had dual boosters made by Bonaldi.
4 speed - Bonaldi
|With the introduction of the 5 speed transmission in the interim model and continued for the Series 2, Ferrari changed to a single booster made by Dunlop.|
5 speed - Dunlop C84
|Late in the Series 2 production starting with 9083, Ferrari changed again, to a booster made by Bonaldi. This was finished in gold cadmium.|
Late 5 speed (gold cadmium Bonaldi VAC)
The power steering pump (if so equipped) has two stickers on it.
The windshield bag has a silk screened logo on it. Hopefully your logo is in better shape than mine.
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The ignition coils have stickers on them.
The fuel filter at the rear near the fuel tank has a decal on it.
The rear window with the electrical defroster wires embedded in the glass has this label silk screened on it.
The paint label is located in the trunk centered between the two hinges on the body. The paint code was hand written into the Prodotto field by a ball point pen.
Note, PPG bought Italver ~1965, but evidently Pininfarina kept using the Italver stickers until mid 1966.
The Borrani wire wheels have stickers on them.
Inside the car, there are little round dots at the top and bottom of the heater controls.
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Ferrari used various makers for the exhaust during the 330 GT production. Through ~6800 were Abarth, 6800-8400 were Spacem, with those after 8400 being from Ceretto.
Ceretto decal on 330 GTC Speciale 9439
ANSA mufflers were never OEM on 330 GTs. Ferrari changed to ANSA with the introduction of the Daytona in 1968, including getting replacements for earlier cars from ANSA.
The ANSA exhaust pipes have a sticker on each side for a total of four.
There are three stickers on the exhaust cans as delivered from ANSA. They are from a NOS exhaust for a GTE. Of course, these will get hot and eventually drop or get scraped off.
Note, this ANSA shield is much larger than the one for the chrome tips.
The Koni shocks have a sticker on each for a total of four.
There is a sticker on the jack in the toolkit. This is for the blue jack, not for the yellow jack supplied with late models.
There are two stickers on the voltage regulator.
There are numbers on the distributor caps. Note, both caps are numbered 1-6, not 1-6 and 7-12.
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The battery would have the manufacture's sticker on the side. The build sheet specifies exactly which battery came with the car. In general, cars through ~5500 used Baroclem, 5500-6100 used Marelli, 6100-8300 used Safa 6SFS4 and after 8300 used Safa 6SNS5.
Stickers from Kilimanjaro Designs
Batteries from Restoration Battery
Pirelli hose stickers
One on the upper radiator hose, a couple each on the heater hoses.
Here are some original dealer stickers
Crepaldi - Milano
Pozzi - Paris
VECAR - Rome
Lowe - Australia