Ferrari is known to the world as being the top of the line supercar, from the first 125S that rolled out of Maranello to the late and great Ferrari F40. Enzo Ferrari’s last creation before his passing in 1988. Although these are super cars, their inner workings are fairly similar to one of a Honda Civic that tends to always cross your path during your summer cruise down the coastline. Getting your hands on a Ferrari Parts Catalogue will guide you do it yourselfers throughout the job, who knows with enough practice you might be contacted by the Scuderia Formula 1 Racing Team.
But before you get contacted by Scuderia and become the greatest of all time, I think it’s fair to say Ferrari is not one to be blowing head gaskets. Truth be told as long as you treat your Ferrari with the respect she deserves she’ll last you a lifetime.
There are a few items that must be maintained, for example: Oil Change, Annual Fluids, Clutch, Brake Pads, and sometimes we’ll step into the Major Service arena. You may feel competent to tackle the easy stuff, but many Ferrari owners disown the idea of “DIY” due to resale value and rather have a trained technician change the oil. But why? If you enjoy getting your hands dirty under your 360 Modena the only way to truly grasp her inner workings is an adrenaline rushed movie only you will understand. Of course resale value crosses the mind but would you want to sell your pride and joy?
Before you attain the confidence of adventuring to the unknown and decide you want to tackle a clutch replacement you’ll have to get your hands on a Ferrari Parts Catalogue. What you'll find in the Ferrari Parts Catalogue is exactly what it sounds like. Each page will have each part of your Ferrari in a exploded view to guide you as you tackle the job. With part numbers and part names you will not be walking in the dark, or renaming pieces with “The Slider Thing” may you be a beginner or an experienced Ferrari technician. A Ferrari Parts Catalogue sided by a Ferrari Service Manual and the desire to adventure into the jungle and walking out rich with experience is all you need.