BMW M1 Procar M88 engine & parts

BMW M1 Procar M88 engine & parts

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Ferrari 246 Dino header tank

Ferrari 246 Dino header tank

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Ferrari 512 BBLM hydraulic pump

Ferrari 512 BBLM hydraulic pump

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Fram by pass oil filter canister for Ferrari 250

Fram by pass oil filter canister for Ferrari 250

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Magneti Marelli ignition coil for Classic Ferraris

Magneti Marelli ignition coil for Classic Ferraris

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Radiator for Ferrari, Maserati and Lancia

Radiator for Ferrari, Maserati and Lancia

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A pair of Weber Type 40 DCO3 carburetors

A pair of Weber Type 40 DCO3 carburetors for sale Two pair available Used on vintage Italian cars like the Maserati A6 series. Need other Weber carburetor? Email us at info@saxonparts.com Weber is an Italian company which produced carburetors; it is owned by Magneti Marelli Powertrain S.p.A., which is in turn part of the Fiat Group. Carburetor production in Italy ended in 1992, although Weber carburetor production was shifted to Madrid, Spain, where it continues today. Edoardo Weber (1889–1945) began his automotive career working for Fiat, first at their Turin plant (in 1914) and later at a dealership in Bologna. After the war, with gasoline prices high, he reached a certain success in selling...

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Ferrari 288 GTO engine F114

Ferrari 288 GTO engine F114 for sale Used, Good condition with internals. No headers. Gearbox is also available. Email us for more information and photos at info@saxonparts.com Ferrari 288 GTO The Ferrari GTO (often referred to as Ferrari 288 GTO) is an exotic homologation of the Ferrari 308 GTB produced from 1984 through 1985, designated GT for Gran Turismo and O for Omologato (homologated in Italian). The Ferrari GTO was built to compete in the new Group B Race series and a minimum of 200 cars were required for homologation. However, after the death of Henri Toivonen and his co-driver Sergio Cresto in the 1986 Tour de Corse, the FIA disestablished the class, leaving...

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Kugelfischer mechanical fuel injection system

A variaty of new old stock, refurbished and used Kugelfischer mechanical fuel injection systems for sale. Some systems are the BOSCH of Schäfer type. 4 cylinder 6 cylinder Street or racing units available and the Alpina slide throttle body for BMW 2002 For more info see here–> injection service Email us for more info. Kugelfischer Kugelfischer is the name for a mechanical fuel injection (MFI) pump. It was produced by FAG Kugelfischer and later by Robert Bosch GmbH. Derived from diesel pumps from the early 1960s, the Kugelfischer system was the most widely-adopted mechanical injection pump for performance vehicles. It was among the first units with manufacturer-customizable fuel delivery maps which used rpm, throttle...

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Kugelfischer Mechanical Fuel Injection for Ferrari 308 V8

Kugelfischer Mechanical Fuel Injection for Ferrari and some other Italian V8 cars. This used Kugelfischer unit was used on a Ferrari 308 GTB Group IV. These same units you find on other 308 Rally cars and the Ferrari 308 GT/M We had two original units for sale. One is now fitted on an original 308 GTB/M Group IV and still have one in stock. Soon we have remanufactured units on sale. Kugelfischer is the name for a mechanical fuel injection (MFI) pump. Derived from diesel pumps from the early 1960s, the Kugelfischer system was the most widely-adopted mechanical injection pump for performance vehicles. It was among the first units with manufacturer-customizable fuel delivery maps...

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Lucas Mechanical Fuel Injection for Ferrari

Lucas Mechanical Fuel Injection for Ferrari These used Lucas Mechanical Fuel Injection systems were used on the 70s-80s Ferrari F1 cars (until the Turbo cars) You find these injection systems also on the Ferrari 512 BBLM, the 512S and 512M. For a V6 engine there is also one available. Email us at info@saxonparts.com for other...

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Ferrari 365 GTC4 engine

For sale a Ferrari 365 GTC4 engine Motor sold as is. Ferrari 365 GTC/4 The Ferrari 365 GTC/4 was a 2+2 sports car produced from 1971 until 1972. It was based on the chassis of the Ferrari 365GTB/4 Daytona. Although not generally recognized as a true “Daytona”, the 1971 365 GTC/4 used the same chassis. Its coupe bodywork by Pininfarina enclosed four seats, making it a successor to the 2+2 330 GT and 365 GT. However, the rear seats are small and the rear window slanted, so it can also be seen as the successor to the two-seat 365 GTC. 500 examples of the GTC/4 were produced in two years. The GTC/4 rode on...

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