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longyard 11-20-2018 08:39 AM

Ferarri 250GTO Frame?
 
Anyone have, or know of a source for, plans or drawings for the chassis of a Ferrari 250 GTO?

Peter Tommasini 11-20-2018 04:57 PM

Bill

One good place to try would be ....

Carrozzeria Nova Rinoschente ... they are in Vigonza Italy.
You could possibly Emailed them or I should have their Phone N here somewhere

Another source would be Brandoli (they are in Modena Italy) they work on Ferrari only

PS I know of 2 people that worked on booth places there, and they are in OZ at the moment let me know if I can be of any help
Peter

longyard 11-20-2018 09:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Peter Tommasini (Post 150836)
Bill

One good place to try would be ....

Carrozzeria Nova Rinoschente ... they are in Vigonza Italy.
You could possibly Emailed them or I should have their Phone N here somewhere

Another source would be Brandoli (they are in Modena Italy) they work on Ferrari only

PS I know of 2 people that worked on booth places there, and they are in OZ at the moment let me know if I can be of any help
Peter


Peter, This is very helpful! I'm looking for design drawings with dimensions to build one. Which would be the best source for that? THANKS!

Peter Tommasini 11-20-2018 10:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by longyard (Post 150851)
Peter, This is very helpful! I'm looking for design drawings with dimensions to build one. Which would be the best source for that? THANKS!

Bill
I will look in to it :D see if I can arrange something
Peter

vroom 06-11-2019 12:41 PM

So Bill now you want to build a GTO?

I have it on good authority that Gilco Autotelai in Modena made all the frames from that period. Ferrari, Maserati, Stanguellini, Alfa specials. etc.. And your in luck they are still in business http://gilcodesign.com/it/ I think they mostly make custom tubing today but they provide information for restorers.

Good luck.
Call me sometime.

Tim

mastuart 06-12-2019 12:21 AM

Both of you guys Bill and Tim how are your projects coming along?


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