Help identifying these screwdrivers

Moderators: 330GT, abrent

Post Reply
Steve Meltzer
Posts: 847
Joined: Mon Sep 06, 2004 10:31 am
Location: with Barney the Beagle boy and Enzo 8995

Help identifying these screwdrivers

Post by Steve Meltzer » Wed May 23, 2018 9:56 pm

Sorry this X-posted with FC....I bought these drivers but fear they're either all wrong, or mostly wrong. Can anyone help me to id these as correct reproductions (I know they're not new) or where they heck they come from? Trying to assemble a reasonable repro tool kit for a '66 GTC. thanx steve
P5230013_2.JPG
P5230013_2.JPG (180.91 KiB) Viewed 864 times
P5230013_2.JPG
P5230013_2.JPG (180.91 KiB) Viewed 864 times
Attachments
P5230012.JPG
P5230012.JPG (213.2 KiB) Viewed 864 times
P5230010.JPG
P5230010.JPG (247.17 KiB) Viewed 864 times
P5230009_2.JPG
P5230009_2.JPG (186.78 KiB) Viewed 864 times
steve
meltzer, "“With a Ferrari, whatever it is, it’s a $1000. If that’s what it is.”"
'66 330 GTC, '72 Daytona-red, did they make any other colors?

User avatar
tyang
Posts: 3739
Joined: Wed Nov 27, 2002 10:28 pm
Location: New York
Contact:

Re: Help identifying these screwdrivers

Post by tyang » Wed May 23, 2018 10:31 pm

Not like Horse shoes and hand grenades..., these are all close, but not good enough. I don't think the original wood handled ones had any writing on them, let alone had the shafts go all the way through the handle. The original plastic handled ones did not have heat treated tips. They might pass at a local car show, but not at a Ferrari show where the judges know something,...if the judges know something!

Is it the light, or are those screwdrivers gold plated?! :lol:

Tom
'63 330 America #5053

Steve Meltzer
Posts: 847
Joined: Mon Sep 06, 2004 10:31 am
Location: with Barney the Beagle boy and Enzo 8995

Re: Help identifying these screwdrivers

Post by Steve Meltzer » Thu May 24, 2018 1:37 am

Tom, thanx for the info. I had no doubt that tho' the heat treated tips looked cool, they were wrong. And yes, all of the tools I showed and use in my garage are gold plated. Forget Snap-On, these jewels are Harbor Freight all the way. s
steve
meltzer, "“With a Ferrari, whatever it is, it’s a $1000. If that’s what it is.”"
'66 330 GTC, '72 Daytona-red, did they make any other colors?

User avatar
Tom Wilson
Posts: 1040
Joined: Tue Sep 03, 2002 1:01 pm
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Contact:

Re: Help identifying these screwdrivers

Post by Tom Wilson » Thu May 24, 2018 11:59 am

Hi Steve, I am not much help on GTCs, but these are original GTE screwdrivers. No heat treated tips, no printing, no shaft poking out of the bottom...
DSC02922-2.JPG
DSC02922-2.JPG (68.03 KiB) Viewed 841 times
DSC02924-2.JPG
DSC02924-2.JPG (139.51 KiB) Viewed 841 times
Tom Wilson - Series III 250 GTE, SN 4247 GT
250 GTE Register
http://www.Ferrari250GTE.com

Steve Meltzer
Posts: 847
Joined: Mon Sep 06, 2004 10:31 am
Location: with Barney the Beagle boy and Enzo 8995

Re: Help identifying these screwdrivers

Post by Steve Meltzer » Thu May 24, 2018 1:17 pm

Tom, thanx a bunch...pretty clear I've got a bunch of wannabes. Good thing I didn't really pay much for them. s
steve
meltzer, "“With a Ferrari, whatever it is, it’s a $1000. If that’s what it is.”"
'66 330 GTC, '72 Daytona-red, did they make any other colors?

Post Reply