Fixing my Junkyard Ferrari’s Dangerous Factory Flaw (This Should’ve been a RECALL)

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If you’ve ever wondered why so many Ferraris Catch on Fire, I can show you in just a few minutes. We then fix the Fuel Pumps on our 360 Spider so that it runs much better and is no longer a risk to drive. Also with the convertible top assembly removed we can finish up some final repairs before buttoning everything up.

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26 thoughts on “Fixing my Junkyard Ferrari’s Dangerous Factory Flaw (This Should’ve been a RECALL)

  1. Brilliant video Sam. Now, I hope you're also planning on replacing the rollover valves. They also have a 10-20 year lifespan, and will leak fuel. Even the late model 360 Spiders have to have the capote top removed to replace them.

  2. That's exactly what happened to my Alfa 156 with its Bosch fuel pump. It looks pretty much the same except for the height. I ended up filling it with a rubber casting compound and covering that with epoxy. After 2 years it was still working when the coolant bottle went taking the head gasket with it.

  3. Sam-your videos are the best!
    If only you had someone helping film so you could put them out more often….

  4. With the Hydraulics that have no visible way to remove, two things to check 1) is that gland end just covered up with something like a bit of plastic hiding screws / clips etc? 2) can you depress it at all and possibly turn it to unhook it?

  5. "Hi, I'm Sam, I'm on Crac, because I buy horrible project cars, then spend the next 4 years lamenting that they are broken. Welcome back! On this weeks episode, I buy a pile of sheet metal, and turn it into a 1985 Porsche 944! Stay tuned!"

  6. Your humor is one of the reasons why i love this channel. Your "special Ferrari fuel pump tool made in Pittsburg". Hahahahaha

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