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Production Changes

Coach Number
Serial Number
(LHD/RHD)

Description

1/1
4963/5465

4HL model released

65/2
5561/5805

Battery tray

131/2
5781/5805

Windshield wiper switch knob

160/10
5933/5965

Bolsters under dash
Glove box light switch

221/22
6153/6155

Package shelf and padding

248/29
6229/6203

Glove box lock

271/29
6277/6203

Front bumper spacer
Rear bumper spacer

301/31
6355/6297

B pillar inner trim added
Coat hooks added

330/33
6413/6477

Outside rear trim on side window
Outside top trim on side window

365/32
6487/6503

Front fender front splash shield

371/34
6525/6519

Spare tire cover

425/47
6795/6783

Windshield wiper motor

451/51
6911/7131

Interim model (4HL, 5 speed)

5 speed 571/65 transmission
Hanging pedals
Single Dunlop brake booster
RW 3812 Borrani wheels
Roof
Trunk lid
Trunk lock
Trunk lid latch
Outside fascia on B pillar
Fuel filler lid
Hood springs from coils and flat plates to torsion rods
Drip rail above door and rear quarter window
1 piece Pininfarina shield and crown
Carpet and padding
Kick panels
Fiberglass trim piece above windshield
Rear view mirror
Seat slides
Dash
Steering column interlocking ignition switch
Fog light switch (F) added where ignition switch used to be

531/59
7339/7323

Marchal 530 reverse light replaced
with Marchal 540

561/59
7515/7323

Vent window glass
Vent window door frame
Vent window glass frame
1 piece vent window rubber

567/60
7553/7353

2HL model released.

Most front body panels
3 piece front fender vents w/chrome surround
Front support for radiator and fender area
Front inner panels
Round front parking/turn light changed to oblong style
Fuel filler moved from right hand side to left
Fuel filler locking lid changed to spring loaded cap with Ferrari horse emblem
Fuel filler interior release lever and lock
Trunk carpet covering fuel filler access panel
Hood trim lengthened from 3.2 meters to 3.5
Hood release mechanism
Hood pad
Interior door panels
Electric windows standard
Alloy wheels standard, Borrani wheels optional
Power steering optional
Air conditioning optional
Some earlier cars had factory A/C.
If equipped with A/C, then the 3 vent dash was used (see 676/76 changes)
Vent window trim and rubber
3 piece front bumper with overriders
3 piece rear bumper with overriders
Rear window with electric defroster lines
Package shelf and padding
Inner door scuff plate

573/60
7589/7353

Seat back hinge cover
Seat hinge

626/71
8095/8097

Marchal headlight trim and rubber

676/76
8279/8401

Front support for radiator and fender area
Vent window lever lock changed to rotating knob
Vent window inner trim panel
Vent window door frame
Vent window glass frame
Vent window glass
Inner door panel
Door arm rest
Upper door panel (just below window)
Carpet edge trim by door
Spare tire cover carpet
Kick panels
5 speed 571/66 transmission
Transmission tunnel
Fiberglass trim piece above windshield
Dash with 3 vent holes
Electrical switch panel moved from center
Heater lever moved to side
Heater duct differences
Console
Electric window switches on console
Radio blanking plate
Rear view mirror
16 fuse electric panel

Fuse panel cover
Twin Carello reverse lights

781/81
8651/8563

Carello headlights
Headlight trim, bucket and rubber

861/94
9129/9933

Shoulder harness plugs (in rear dogleg panels)

886/90
9203/9071

Fuel filler cap (275/330/365 GTS part prefix)

1011/95
10181/9929

Supervis” windshield
The 1011 is the coach number in the PF body parts book,
but I believe that this change occurred much earlier.

* The coach number (vettura numero) is a sequential number assigned as Pininfarina made the bodies.  The left and right hand drive models had their own coach number.  The Pininfarina body parts manual specifies these when production changes occurred.  The serial numbers are approximate, determined by adding the LHD and RHD coach numbers and comparing the sum to the PF order number in Raab's red book to determine the serial numbers.  Since Ferrari did not use the bodies in the PF number order, some cars with earlier serial numbers (but later PF order numbers) might have changes that are not on a later car.  Further, Pininfarina built bodies out of order number order if Ferrari ordered a car with special requirements.

If you would like to help clarify exactly when Ferrari or Pininfarina made production changes, please fill out the Production Changes Form.