View Full Version : F40 details

03-27-13, 06:47 PM
Is there anyone who have some clouse up pictures of the throttle arangement and how they are connectet together, it looks like there is a solid bar betwin the 2 intake tubes where the axel is running and the linkage operated in the center of the 4 intake tubes.

03-28-13, 10:47 AM

Not photos, but have you tried

Ferrari Parts, Ferrari Accessories, and Ferrari Performance Products - Ricambi America, Inc. (http://www.ricambiamerica.com/parts_catalogs.php?M=FE&V=model&I=10)


03-28-13, 01:08 PM
Thanks Ron but I tryed the UK version of a dealer, nothing sofar, these drawings are good for detailing and now I asked them to.

03-28-13, 02:13 PM
Hi Egon,

I have the drawings too....and a complete (german) DVD of a restauration of a F40 which was smashed. I don't need it anymore so I can sell it to you.

03-28-13, 06:22 PM
Thanks Ton, at the moment I only need the detailed pic of the intakes, do your CD have these ? Price ?

03-28-13, 07:04 PM
The CD shows a lot of detail of the car inner and from the engine too. But I don't know if it shows the specific parts

04-08-13, 08:13 AM
A dealer in Denmark has a F40 and allowed me to take the pics I want. 1yeah1

This webpage has many fine Pictures:
The Official Ferrari F40 Picture and Info Thread - Page 51 - Teamspeed.com (http://teamspeed.com/forums/ferrari-super-cars/727-official-ferrari-f40-picture-info-thread-51.html)

04-08-13, 12:26 PM
You can't have a better source!

04-09-13, 12:26 PM
Here are some pic, very hard to take pic as there are no room for the camera.

Wet Sellery
07-06-13, 03:34 AM
Hi Egon,

Maybe this can help you ? :


I have to work today, but I'll check my references tomorrow for more pics.



07-06-13, 01:07 PM
Thanks Pascal. Yes thats a fine one, and maby from other sides would be just perfect.

07-08-13, 10:23 AM
Body details: Open the gills, what a job, used a whole roll of cutting discs (100) that was flying around the room when they break.

07-08-13, 10:35 AM
Egon. I do remember! One most terrible moments in this building job. The metal is almost as hard as diamond!

07-25-13, 07:43 PM
Paint stripping: pretty hard job, 4 time with paintstripper and had to go manuel with the scalpel on the last bits, front polished just for fun.

08-30-13, 06:42 PM
Update on details: I have been working a bit on the doors, hinges and locks, the real doorlock is very complicated to copy so I did my own simple that works fine, hinges on enginehatch reduced to a more realistic look, all parts handmade.

08-30-13, 06:55 PM
Great job!

02-25-14, 03:44 PM
Egon, are you still working on this model?

02-25-14, 04:33 PM
Yes still on the bench but not working at the moment, havn't got the spirit to do anything.
Did work on the Windows and got stuck.

02-25-14, 05:49 PM
WOW Egon!!!!

02-25-14, 07:05 PM
That's a shame. Would you say you went too far with the detail? Reason I ask is I have a Pocher F40 and can't decide if I should go the Autograph route with it or use a mix of Sacaledetails/Tremonia parts and therefore keep it simpler.
I'd hate to spend that kind of money and then not finish it!
Whats your experience?

02-25-14, 07:41 PM
Well I have no experience with the transkits, so I can't guide you there, Ton can, I do all my parts by hand and from lots of pictures, the rest I guess, like the doorlock, I to think the transkits are to pricey, I downloaded the pictures from Autograph to see how the tanks shape are, it's my intention to do a loot of details more than Autographs kit, but this F40 pushed back my Rolls K72 and my Merc. K82 that to was to be detailed, you can see my galley of RR details.
But I need the spirit to push on and who knows when it comes.

02-25-14, 08:13 PM
I can give you guys a sneak preveiw of my intention on the rolls, if successful ? time will tell

02-26-14, 04:19 AM
I'd hate to spend that kind of money and then not finish it!
Whats your experience?

Hi Guiddy,

If you are used to the the minimal instructions of the manual and you have the necessary modelling skills the transkit it is not that difficult. But it is a challenge for your perseverance gringrin because you it "takes" roughly 600 to 800 hours of your live 1gramps1 That is for most of the builders to much....and the model gets on the shelve

02-26-14, 05:28 PM
for some overall diagrams of the F40, real thing, you might take a look at either or both of the following sites for Ferrari parts:

Eurospares.co.uk and RicambiAmerica.com