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Reply by warrenvictor

My understanding is single pod dashes and vin#s are not a hard and fast rule! In Italy they often mixed these things in production.

Reply by davidnunn

I was under the impression the single pod dash didn’t start being used until just prior to 5200. I know for sure 5165 didn’t have one.
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Reply by nate

George, that would be MUCH appreciated!! Serenissima & Volpi really catch my attention. (I recall seeing a heavily cropped picture...

Reply by warrenvictor

Dashes were based on when in 1973 the cars were made! The "later" cars in 1973 had the single pod dash! Cheers Warren

Reply by newandslow

Interesting that my car 4975 has the dual pod dash vs the single pod on your 4981
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Reply by muttsjet

Previous Ball Joint Threads closed for replies, so... Has anyone tried these ball joints Beck Arnley 101-3618 for Fiat 124 front upper?

Reply by jfb05177

I am befuddled with two questions . . . first, is "ejection" referring to quick removal of the passenger a la JB's DB5 ? second, why...
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Reply by leea

anybody know the vin? only because of the earlier round marker lights, I am thinking around 8ma950...(the earliest 2 headlight car...

Reply by George P

Denis you're getting ahead of me. Thanks to those who have shown interest, I'm working on the story …. but its not ready to post … and I...
George P

Reply by sharkey

Negative. George it's in 2421 isn't that just crazy???? 1/72 data tag. I just knew you'd scratch you head on ~this~ one, lol
sharkey

Reply by George P

De Tomaso's Serenissima prototype (Ghia GT) had been in the possession of Count Volpi since new (after being shown at the Turin, Geneva,...
George P

Reply by husker

I only want to know is why is she barefoot? I'm imagining the entire story culminates with this statement: "So, it was agreed that the...
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