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Rare Custom Ferrari Jacket Monterey 1984 Size M 308 512 328 348 365 330 275 on 2040-parts.com

US $300.00
Location:

Ventura, California, United States

Ventura, California, United States
Condition:New without tags

This is a VERY RARE jacket that was custom made for the giant Ferrari gathering in Monterey California in 1984.
A well known Ferrari guy who owned a company took limited orders and had these made. It has a thinsulite insulation
under a nylon shell.

I ordered a size medium on accident and it did not fit, so I never wore it. Laying flat it measures 20" from armpit to armpit, 
19" from shoulderto Shoulder, 24" from shoulder to end of cuff, 23" from shoulder to waist. This is as new, the cuffs and waist are 
still elastic, and there are no marks or stains even after 32 years of dry storage in a a smoke free home!

This is Ferrari yellow and is all embroidered, and of the highest quality. I wish I were a bit smaller!! This would be perfect if
these measurements fit you or for your companion, for that Ferrai event or race! This is from the day when you could buy all sorts of 
non official Ferrari merchandise and there was some really high quality items available. Alas all is now regulated and pretty dull.

I am having to downsize my Ferrari collection of 50 years so check back for rare items.

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