206 GT chassis number #00306

correction:

On the page 277 it says "had an auxiliary fuel tank in the boot". That was actually an incorrect information. The original pit record and ex team chief confirmed the Dino just had his regular fuel tank.

The car number 38 on the co-driver side, mandatory to illuminate, had originally an GE illuminated panel. Operated with 12 volt the cable was put through the triangle window. The light had a slightly blue/greenish touch.

A period picture of the Dino in the starting line at race day confirms no Nart sticker on the back of the car.

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suspension springs

All suspension springs were tested at the factory before fitted to the cars. Springs who passed the test were marked green on white underground. 30kp seemed to be correct. Thank you to Max who cleaned the springs of his L-series #00586 and took the pictures.

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lead hammer 206 GT and 246 GT L-series

correction:

The on page 107 and page 145 shown lead hammer is an original Ferrari lead hammer from the mid 1970s.

The original lead hammer, which came within the jack bag, was a little bit smaller (270mm high incl. the head, approx. 1500gr heavy).

Original colours grey / yellow.

On the left side you see a used original one, on the right side a perfect Parker Hall reproduction.

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dashboard 206 GT

Early 206 GT had a full vinyl dashboard originally (see first picture of #00154). The change to partly mousehair and vinyl was in between #00190 and #00198. Both transition 206 GT (#00404 and #00410) started to have the full mousehair dashboard that can be found on all 246 GT L-series. 

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Bendix fuel pump stickers

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two different types of stickers were used on the Bendix fuel pumps....

the first version can be found on early 206 GT`s, the second version on late 206 GT`s until end of M-series production

the change was in-between #00210 to #00304

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