A propeller shaft in used condition, distinctively labelled “250”.
The Cavalino Hoard parts sale
A selection of winged and hexagonal wheel nuts, some labelled Carlo Borani.
A large selection and variety of various wheel hubs and wheel nuts, clearly by inspection of a competition nature.
A collection of five large format original Ferrari speedometers from various eras including two instrument panel forma plates.
A selection of clocks and instrumentation including some very early items specifically labelled Abarth, Alfa Romeo and Jaeger amongst others, including a three clock instrument panel, likely to have originated from a Formula 1 car.
A selection of period clocks and instrumentation, some of an early variety, variously labelled Jaeger and Veglia and some of which remain in their original boxes.
A positively glittering selection of period rear-view mirrors, many fabulously still in their original boxes, including a pair specifically labelled SWB 2417.
A complete competition dashboard with large format tachometer, with all other gauges in place and indicator lights and switches, still including its key in the ignition, labelled OT1300 and assumed of Abarth origin.
A used bell housing unit, labelled Bell Housing 308.
A Momo steering wheel labelled Ferrari Prototipo P2/3.