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#1 Lone Wolf

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Posted 13 December 2016 - 01:33 PM

Just want to make sure I have these in the correct box. Can someone verify the body and interior plates are correct for the boxes shown. 





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Posted 13 December 2016 - 01:50 PM

The bodies are with the correct boxes... don't know about the interiors.

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Posted 13 December 2016 - 11:24 PM

Can/Am: open cockpit.   P-3/4 usually was coupe, but roof could be cut out to make roadster version. Rollbar hoop stayed in. 

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Posted 06 January 2017 - 08:15 PM

The Ferrari Can Am Spyder was the up engined version of the 330P4 with a 4.2 litre engines called the 350P

The Coupe is the Ferrari 330P4 The other version of this car that were private teams entries had a similar coupe body with minor differences 1) the 330P4 works cars had two inlets on the front above the main intake. The 412P had one. 2) the works P4 rear deck bottom was raised a coupe of inches. The 412P had the bottom of the rear deck level and inline with the bottom of the door. There were three true works coupe 330P4 and one works P3/4 Spyder that won Daytona in 1967. It was called a works P3/4 Spyder because it was Speced out like the works Coupes with a 36 valved engine and a Ferrari gearbox. The other 412P's used the 1966 speced engine with a 24 valves and a ZF gearbox. They had 30 bhp less than the works cars as Ferrari did not want the private teams beating this works ones! Most of the 412P's as the factory called the customers cars were based on the previous seasons 330P3 chassis. I have an acquintance who owns the works Spyder and called it a P3/4 since it was the first works Ferrari with the P4 spec but using a P3 chassis. The works P3/4 No 20 crashed at the 1967 Le Mans. One of the three remaining coupes was rebodied in to a true 330P4 Spyder for the last race of the 1967 season the BOAC 500.

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