I.  Introduction, with production and serial numbers.
II. Italia GFX Owner's Manual (condensed).
III.Italia Service Manual (condensed).
IV. Parts Interchange
        A. Engine & Drivetrain
        B. Steering
        C. Suspension
        D. Brakes
        E. Body & Frame
        F. Electrical & Accessories
        G. Apollo specific parts
This book is a compilation of information provided in the newsletters of the Intermeccanica Owners' Club and original factory manuals. It should not be thought of as complete, or even necessarily as correct. Neither the author nor I.O.C. take responsibility for its accuracy.  The bulk of the information contained herein concerns the Italia GFX. There is also a significant amount of information for Omegas and Torinos. But, Intermeccanica built a lot of other cars in Italy:
21    1960 IMP 700 GT powered by Steyr Puch 645cc,
1     1962 Fitch Phoenix,
90    1963 Apollo powered by Buick V8 (also called Vetta Ventura),
14    1966 Griffith 600 powered by Chrysler 273,
33    1967 Omega powered by Holman & Moody 289 Ford,
752   1968-1972 Torino-Italia powered by Ford 289HP, 302, 351W, 351C,
10    1969 Murena stationwagon powered by Ford 429,
200   1970-1974 Indra powered by Chevy 350.
The following material about serial numbers is based on experience and not factory records of which there are none known to exist.
Italia GFX: #IM5-5924-2314,
IM: Intermeccanica,
5-5: convertible, coupes are 4-4,
9: year of manufacture- 1969,
24-2: unit number,
3: no A/C, A/C equipped is 4 (A/C was often installed on the wrong cars).
14: suspected to be transmission and axle numbers.
Torino #40051,
4: coupe, convertibles are 5,
0051: unit number.
Coupes and convertibles were numbered separately. Therefore, there is a Torino #50051 as well as #40051.
Omega: #SIC.101.123,
SIC: Suspensions International Corporation,
101.1: unknown,
23: unit number.
Apollo #AIC 652009,
AIC: Apollo International Corporation,
65: date of manufacture,
2: suspected to mean convertible,
009: unit number.
ITALIA GFX OWNER'S MANUAL (condensed by section)
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Manufacturer's warranty - Torino of America
Battery warranty - Autolite.
New Tire Guarantee- Pirelli.
Locks & keys
Cooling system- Pressurized to 14 pounds, boiling point 254 degrees F.
100 degrees C may be considered normal operating temperature. Lubrication- 3,000 mile maintenance; oil & filter, FoMoCo bail joint grease to four points in front end, rack & pinion requires standard chassis lube.
Cockpit instrument location picture.
Capacities- Crankcase - 6 quarts
Transmission - 3 1/2 pints
Radiator - 15 quarts (with heater)
Differential - 5 pints
Fuel tank - 20 gallons.
Front wheel alignment- 3 1/2 degrees positive castor, 0 degrees to 15 minutes positive camber, 3-5mm toe-in with 150 pounds on each front seat.
Tire pressures- Pirelli Cinturato - 185x14 HR,
Revs per mile - 827 at 62 mph with 30 pounds pressure.
Steering gear- dealer serviced.
Distributor points and/or spark plugs-
Point setting - .017,
Dwell - 26-31 degrees at 675 rpm,
Point spring tension - 27-30 ounces,
Compression pressure - 130-170 pounds at cranking speed,
Timing - 6 degrees B.T.D.C. at idle speed with vacuum advance disconnected,
Valves intake & exhaust (hydraulic) - Lift In. .418, Ex. .448.
Idle speed - 675 rpm.
Spark plugs - .032-.036 Type BF-42.
Camshaft - In. opens II degrees B.T.D.C., Ex. opens 68 degrees B.B.D.C., In. closes 65 degrees A.B.D.C., Ex. closes 22 degrees A.T.D.C.
Firing order - 13726548.
Clutch pedal - Adjust if the free travel is less than 7/8 inch or more than 1 1/8 inches.
Parking brake - dealer serviced.
Trouble diagnosis.
General specifications Torino-
Engine; Bore & stroke - 4.00 x 3.50,
Displacement - 351 cubic inches,
Compression ratio - 10.7 to I,
Peak power - 300 hp at 4800 rpm,
Carburetors - I x 4V,
Fuel required - premium,
Drive Train:
Clutch - single plate dry,
Clutch diameter - II inches,
Gear ratios - 2.78, 1.93, 1.36, 1.00,
Synchromesh - all four forward speeds,
Automatic - 3 speed select shift,
Final drive type - hypoid,
Final drive ratio - 3.00,
Chassis & Suspension: Two 4" square tubes welded in unit with steel body,
Brake system - disc, front & rear,
Swept area - 402 square inches,
Tire make & type - Pirelli Cinturato HR 185x14,
Steering gears - helical rack & pinion,
Turns, lock to lock - 3.0,
Turning circle diameter - 36.0 ft.,
Front suspension: conventional short and long arm with anti-roll bar,
Rear suspension - rigid axle with trailing arms and Panhard rod for location,
Accommodations: Number of passengers - two adults,
Seat width - 19 inches each,
Headroom - 34 inches each,
Seat adjustment travel - 6 inches each,
General: Curb weight dry - 2450 pounds,
Weight distribution front/rear with driver - 50:50,
Track front/rear - 58/58 inches,
Overall length - 172 1/2 inches,
Width - 68 inches,
Height - 46 inches,
Ground clearance - 5 inches,
Gas tank capacity - 20 gallons,
Instrumentation - 7,000 rpm tachometer, 180 mph speedometer, Oil pressure, water temp, ammeter, gas
Paint colors available - all,
Options, factory installed - AM radio, AM/FM radio, electric antenna, A/C, electric windows,
Standard Equipment - outside mirror, non-glare rear view mirror, seat belts, heater & defroster, 4 way flashers, electric windshield wipers, leather rimmed steering wheel, chrome tail pipes, tuned chrome air cleaner, padded sun visors, padded instrument panel.
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Frame measurement picture.
Car Identification- tag is fixed to the underhood part of the cowl
on the passenger side. Also on the driver's side of the instrument panel as required by U.S. law.
General Data- Engine specifications;
Torque limits- see Part 8-5 Ford Manual,
Carburetor- Autolite 4300 4V, fast idle 1200-1400, curb idle 625,
Clutch; Borg & Beck single dry plate 11" diameter,
Clutch pedal free travel - 1/2"-3/4" (13-20mm) with engine at 3000 rpm,
Minimum total travel to toe-board- 7" (18cm),
Transmission; 2.32, 1.69, 1.29, 1.00, R2.32, close ratio 4 speed, C-6 automatic sport-shift- stall ratio 2.1:1, stall speed 1700-1900 rpm, ratios 2.46, 1.46, 1.00, R2.17, shift speeds - 1st 47-55 mph, 2nd 81-91 mph.
Rear axle; Ford hypoid standard 3.00:1, optional 2.75, 3.25,3.50, limited slip differential,
Drive shaft; Ford shortened to U-joint center to center distance of 23.6" (600mm),
Brakes; 4 wheel power disc brakes, double circuit with pressure warning device and rear wheel anti-skid valve,
Front brake pads- Girling #64325750, rear pads- G. #64325738, hand brake pads- G. #64932005,
Diameter of front disc- 11", diameter of rear disc- 10",
Swept area- 425 sq. in. (2740 cm2), handbrake mechanical on rear wheels,
Suspension; front castor 3 1/2-4 1/2 degrees, camber 0-1/2 degree positive, toe-in 1/8-3/16 inch,
Rear tracking- adjusted by varying Panhard rod length,
Dimensions & weights: Wheelbase- 94.5", track 59" F, 59" R,
Height- 46.5", length 175", width 68", ground clearance- 5",
Curb weight- 2600 lbs., weight distribution with driver and1/2 tank of gasoline- 50/50,
Capacities; Cooling- 15 qt., engine oil 5 qt., trans. manual- 2 qt., trans. auto.- 13 qt., rear axle- 2 1/2 qt., gas- 21 gal.,
Performance; top speed- 140 mph (3.00:1) or 153 mph (2.75.1),
Acceleration- 0-60 mph in 6.5 sec., deceleration- .85 G, Mileage- 9-16mpg
Operating Instructions:
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Instruments and controls.
1. Speedometer- 20-180 mph with total mileage and trip mileage indicator or 30-300 kph with total kilometers and trip kilometer indicator.
2. Tachometer- Electronic operation, 0-7500 rpm. Maximum recommended rpm: 6500, maximum cruising rpm: 6000, engine idle rpm: 625.
3. Oil pressure gauge- Electrically operated, range 0-6 kg/cm2.  Normal operating pressure hot at 2000 rpm: 2.0- 4.5 kg/cm2.
4. Water temperature gauge- Electrically operated, range 0-130 C. Normal operating temperature 95-105 C. Boiling point 130 C plus. Car can be safely operated up to 130 C indicated.
5. Fuel level gauge- Electrically operated, with reserve light corresponding to approximately 2 gallons U.S. (7.5 liters).
6. Ammeter- Range -40 to 0 to +40 A. Normal maximum indicated charge 38 amps.
Warning lights
7. Headlamp high beam warning light, red US, blue Europe.
8. Turn signal and 4-way flasher light, left and right, green.
9. A. USA brake failure and handbrake light, red.
   B. Europe, 4-way flasher light, red
10. Door ajar light, blue.
Steering column switch assembly
11. Short lever- turn indicator, self canceling.
12. Long lever- parking, low and high beam plus flasher. Lights are controlled by a switch on the dash board.
Gear shift lever
Floor mounted, shift pattern on knob. Lift up "T" handle for reverse.
Seat adjustment
Pull up locking lever, slide seat to desired position and allow lever to lock. Seat height can be adjusted by shimming.
Door locks
Driver's door is locked by key from the outside only.
Passenger's door is locked from inside only, by pushing knob down.
13. Steering lock ignition switch- Located on the left hand side of the steering column. The three positions are:
    ST - Ignition off, steering column locked,
    MAR - Ignition on, steering column free,
    AVV- Starter operation.
14. Light switch- 2 position. Controls column switch assembly, ashtray light, back-up light (with gear lever in reverse position) , instrument lights through instrument light switch.
15. Instrument light switch- 3 position, off, low, and high.
16. Windshield wiper switch- 3 position, off, low speed, and high speed. Functions with ignition on.
17. Windshield washer switch- Push up for operation.
18. Courtesy light switch- 2 position. Lights both courtesy lights, plus door lights. If the ignition key is in the switch and courtesy lights are turned on, the warning buzzer will sound.
19. Heater switch- 2 position. Auxiliary electric cooling fan in front of radiator turns off when heater is turned on.
20. 4-way emergency flasher switch- 2 position.
Hood release lever
Situated under dash left hand (driver) side.
Rear view mirrors
Inside mirror- day and night operation, safety breakaway type.
Outside mirror- adjust manually.
Fuel tank filler - under hinged license plate bracket. Use high test gasoline only.
Spare wheel
Placed vertically in trunk under carpet cover, fixed with leather belt.
The tool kit is placed inside spare tire. Contains jack, wheel brace, universal pliers, straight and Phillips head combination screwdriver and four metric wrenches.
Luggage compartment
Locked by door key, fully carpeted, 11 cubic feet capacity (300 dm2).
Convertible top
Before lowering top undo all 8 fasteners, 3 on each side are located on the outside of the body behind the door and one each on top of the lock pillar. Door windows should be lowered at least 2" or doors open. Undo right & left levers above sun visors. Fold carefully, especially plastic rear window. Make sure that top material is not trapped in mechanism. Push down flush in well behind seats. When closing top make sure that catch hook pins are centered before levers are pulled up. Tonneau cover is supplied in a bag in the trunk.
Starting & driving:
Place gearshift in neutral before actuating starter. With cold engine depress accelerator pedal to toe-board once to set automatic choke and release.
Break in instructions
Rev limit of 3500 rpm for first 1000 miles. Clutch and brakes should be broken in carefully.
Wheel change
Car should be on level ground with the handbrake fully applied. The jack should be placed under the front or rear side frame extension, roughly in correspondence with the leading or trailing edge of the doors.
Comes from the factory with 25% solution.
Heating and air conditioning
The high capacity fresh air heater mounted under the dash is controlled by the air control lever, the fan switch, the temperature lever and the "R" knob mounted on the central console. The air control lever(blue arrow) regulates the amount of outside air coming into the car. With the air control lever on maximum aperture, the fan switch on, and the "R" knob pulled out, maximum ventilation is obtained. Moving the temperature lever (red arrow) to maximum allows water to circulate in the heater core, and with the fan switched on provides various degrees of warm air. Pushing the "R" lever in directs all air to the windshield for defrosting.
Air conditioning is controlled by two knobs located on the driver's side air conditioning duct. The left, four position knob controls fan speed, while the right knob is a thermostat regulating the temp. The green light monitors the compressor operation. Generally, the setting of the thermostat should not be constantly changed. It should be left in maximum cold position only for city or slow traffic driving in hot weather. For highway operation it should be set about half way, so that the compressor is allowed to cycle (will turn on and off frequently). Otherwise water condensation formed on the evaporator core will freeze and obstruct passage of air, manifesting itself by the volume of air decreasing. Should this happen, lower the thermostat setting so that frozen condensation can melt and drain. Direct the nozzles to distribute air as desired.
Electric Windshield Washer Located under the hood on the firewall on the driver's side, it should not be operated without water or fluid; it could be damaged. Add antifreeze or methyl alcohol in freezing weather. To correct aim, loosen screw on nozzle. Adjust, compensating for force of windstream.
Routine Maintenance
The importance of regular maintenance is paramount!
Pre-delivery Service Operations (dealer checklist).
1000 Mile Free Service (dealer checklist).
6000 Mile Check
To be repeated every 6000 miles:
1. Drain sump and change filter with warm engine.
2. Lubricate all grease nipples on upper and lower ball joints and on steering rack.
3. Check steering operation, tightness of rubber dust covers, and tighten all fasteners. Adjust steering play. Check steering column clearance at fuel pump. Lubricate steering column at firewall gasket with grease. Use silicone spray if the steering hub squeaks.
4. Check brake fluid level. Check for leaks in all brake lines. Check handbrake operation and possible wear on rear discs due to running with handbrake on.
5. Check radiator coolant level, top up with anti-freeze if necessary. Check all water hoses for tightness, also heater hose connections inside the passenger compartment.
6. Change Fram gasoline filter on carb and tighten all fuel line connections. Clean carb. Make sure that the fuel line from the pump to the carb is away from the engine block.
7. Tighten fan belt and A/C belt. With ignition key on (engine off) turn on A/C compressor and tighten bolt on compressor pulley.
8. Check tightness of front suspension bolts and nuts. Check compliance rubbers for deterioration.
9. Check and tighten engine and transmission mounts, exhaust manifolds, drive shaft, and shift linkage. Grease shift linkage.
10. Check and adjust clutch pedal free travel and total travel.
11. Check and tighten all rear suspension fasteners.
12. Check tire pressure and balance. Check front wheel alignment.
13. Check all lights and electrical equipment, and the functioning of the windshield wipers.
14. Change air filter.
15. Set engine in tune.
16. Check transmission oil level.
17. Check rear axle oil level.
18. Lubricate body lock cylinders, hinges, door checks, hood latches, and trunk latches.
19. Check A/C for operation and charge if necessary.
20. Check wear on brake pads and replace if lining is down to less than 1/4".
21. Check front wheel bearings for play.
22. Check wear on upper and lower ball joints,
23. Clean door drain holes in bottom of door sill.
24. Oil air horn compressor.
25. Road test.
26. Check body for squeaks or rattles.
27. Check charge and water level in battery.
Recommended Lubricants and Fluids
Engine . . . . HD SAE 10W-30.     Front wheel bearings . . Universal lube.
Transmission . . SAE 80, mild.    Front susp. ball joints . Long-life lube.
    (manual) extreme pressure.    Steering . . . . . . Universal lube.
Transmission . . Type A,          Locks, hinges, latches . Silicone lube.
    (auto) suffix A.               Brake fluid . . . . . SAE 70 R3.
Rear axle . . . SAE 90,extreme pressure.
Bulb Chart(lists wattage).
Service Instructions
Italias use the following Ford parts:
ENGINE; 351 cid V8 4V, complete with alternator, voltage regulator, starter, starter relay, carb, gas pump, water pump, exhaust manifolds, accelerator cable, speedometer cable, fan, air cleaner, engine mounts, and radiator complete with hoses.
CLUTCH: Borg and Beck 11 1/2", complete with bellhousing and clutch linkage.
TRANSMISSION; Ford 4 speed close-ratio manual transmission complete with shift linkage and lever, and transmission mount; or. Ford C-6 with sport shift.
DRIVESHAFT; Ford shortened to 23 1/2" (600 mm) yoke center to center.
REAR AXLE: Ford modified to accommodate disc brakes and IM rear susp., complete with carrier and half shafts. For all service operations refer to Ford Mustang shop manual.
Front Suspension
The front suspension is independent, by top A-arm, bottom arm with compliance strut, coil springs with telescopic shock absorbers, and anti-roll bar.
Front wheel alignment:
Castor 3 1/2 to 4 1/2 degrees
Camber 0 to 1/2 degree positive
Toe-in 1/8 to 3/16 inches
All values are for unloaded car.
Caster is adjusted by shinning the top A-arm shaft (small adjustments) or by shortening or lengthening the bottom compliance strut. By removing shims from the front bolt of the top A-arm shaft or adding shims to the rear, caster is decreased. Camber is adjusted by shimming the top A-arm shaft.
Toe-in is adjusted by rotating the connecting arm sleeve of the tie-rod, after the clamp bolts have been loosened. Adjustment must be done after alignment of all four wheels has been accomplished. Tie-rod linkages center to center should not vary more than +/- 1/8" (3mm). Should a larger difference be necessary to center the steering wheel, the double jointed steering column must be disassembled at the top U-joint and the serration’s used to correct wheel position.
After wheel- alignment and anytime that a rubbing noise is observed in the front suspension, the spring tower to shock absorber spring plate clearance must be checked; minimum clearance is 1/2". Other noises may be caused by faulty compliance rubbers or a top arm inner bushing having worked loose.
Loss of directional stability, especially under high speed braking conditions may be due to worn lower suspension arm inner bushings. Periodically, top and bottom ball joints should be checked for possible wear (greasing is important- every 6000 miles). By jacking the front of the car up so that the wheel is off the ground and then shaking the wheel in the vertical direction, any slack in the bail joints will be easily detected. However, it is a good idea to tighten the wheel bearings first. Upper ball joints can be changed without dismounting the A-arm from the car by unscrewing the ball joint after the tack welds have been ground off. Make sure to tack
weld the new ball joint after tightening it thoroughly.
Lower ball joints should be replaced by dismounting the arm from the chassis, drilling out the rivets holding the ball joint, and bolting the new ball joint in place with the special high tensile bolts supplied. It is recommended that the bottom ball joint be tack welded in place after bolting.
Check wheel alignment after any repairs.
Rear Suspension
Rear axle lateral location relative to the chassis can be varied by lengthening or shortening the Panhard rod.
Check tie-rods for wear. Adjustment of the steering rack is accomplished by tightening or loosening the two set screws found on top of the rack, after their counter-nuts have been loosened. To judge the adjustment, steer all the way to one lock and shake the extremities of the rack up and down. If a considerable movement accompanied by clunking noises is observed the set screws are to be tightened until all noise is eliminated, while still retaining a minimum of play.
If steering feels lumpy and uneven throughout the steering wheel's 360 degrees of rotation, the steady bearing may be at fault and should be replaced. To do so, the steering column has to be disconnected at the flexible rubber coupling above and on the serration’s below the aluminum bearing support, and the bearing support removed from the chassis. After two pins are driven out of the U- joint yoke, the bearing can be replaced.
Clutch Adjustment
The clutch linkage is of the mechanical type, acting on the clutch throwout bearing by means of a series of levers, and the equalizer bar. All parts, with the exception of the clutch pedal are of Ford manufacture. The over center spring has been eliminated to increase feel. Clutch pedal travel should be adjusted to give at least 7- total travel. Clutch pedal free play is 1/4". It is adjusted by loosening the release lever rod lock nut and moving the clutch release lever rearward until the release bearing lightly contacts the clutch pressure plate release fingers* Adjust the adapter length until the adapter seats in the indentation provided on the release lever. Insert a feeler gauge 0.128" thick (0.325mm) against the back face of the rod adapter, then tighten the lock nut fingers tight against the gauge. Remove the feeler gauge, hold the lock nut in position and tighten the adapter against the nut. Check pedal free play with transmission in neutral and the engine at 3000 rpm.
Hydraulic Brakes
The hydraulic twin circuit four wheel disc brake system uses Girling calipers. The system makes use of a vacuum booster with 2.78:1 boost ratio and a pressure limiting valve mounted in the rear brake circuit, to minimize rear wheel lockup on hard braking; and a pressure warning light valve.
Check pads regularly for wear (every 6000 miles); replace when 1/4" (6mm) or less in thickness. Changing is easily accomplished by extracting the pad holding pins.
System bleeding to eliminate air from the lines is best started at the right rear wheel and working around. To center the brake pressure warning system piston, bleed one circuit until the warning light goes out.
The handbrake is incorporated in the rear calipers. The operating cable is adjusted with the handbrake lever in the off position with both rear wheels jacked off the ground:
l. Make sure all pivot points are well oiled and free in action.
2. Tighten adjusting nuts on the rear calipers to correct for pad wear, making sure that there is at least 1/16" (1.5mm) clearance between the pad and the disc on either side.
3. Slack between the two brakes is then taken up by the center adjustment in such a way that the equalizer will be parallel to the center line of the chassis when both brakes are on.
4. Adjust handbrake lever travel with the adjustment found underneath the handbrake lever bracket.
Air Conditioning
Compressor                  Tecumseh HG 500
Electromagnetic clutch     6" diameter Warner Electric
Dehydrator filter          Parker
Hoses                       Stratoflex
Thermostat                  GE medium length bulb
Fan switch                  Arkless
Fan belt                    A 41 length
Loss of cooling efficiency is usually due to loss of Freon 12 refrigerant from the system due to a small leak. To see that the system is partially discharged, look through the glass window on top of the dehydrator cartridge, located on the wheel well, passenger side. If there are any air bubbles visible when the A/C is functioning(engine running) the leak must be located and the system evacuated and recharged. It is a good practice to make sure that the evaporator drain tubes are not plugged.
There are 11 fuses in the Italia. One is a flying fuse on a wire that takes current to the steering column switch assembly. It requires a 16 amp fuse. The other 10 fuses are located in two fuse blocks in the top of the glove compartment, and can be changed by undoing the flap and unscrewing their respective covers.
The large 6 fuse block contains:
1. 16 amp - horn, 4-way emergency flasher.
2. 16 amp - courtesy lights, door lights, cigarette lighter,
3. 16 amp - all functions under key (A/C, heater fan, windshield washers, turn indicators, instruments, stop lights),
4. 8 amp - headlights, high beam left and right.
5. 8 amp - headlights, low beams; one left, one right.
6. 8 amp - headlights, low beams; one left, one right.
The small 4 fuse block contains:
1. 40 amp - electric windows, one left, one right.
2. 40 amp - electric windows, one left, one right.
3. 8 amp - front left position light and side marker with rear right
4. 8 amp - taillight and vice versa, plus instrument lights, ashtray light, license plate light, and back-up light.
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Parts are listed according to the IOC newsletter that the information was originally in. Later information (higher newsletter numbers) is generally more accurate than earlier information.  The newsletter numbers are identified at the end of each listing by the number sign followed by a number (i.e. #21). A specific vehicle is sometimes listed in parentheses after a listing.
A. Engine & Drivetrain:
Oil sender = modified Stewart Warner 279.A (Italia). #21
Exhaust pipe hangers = Alfa Romeo. #20
Motor mounts = '65 Mustang. #20
Accelerator cable = Ford C5A2-9A578R. #20
Gas pedal = Alfa Romeo (all) #20
Shifter boot = '65 Mustang #20
Exhaust manifolds = Ford C30E 9430C, C30E 9431B (Torino) #20
Exhaust tips = original Ansa #17
Propeller shaft = Ford C9ZW4062-E shortened to 23.6 inches. #16
Gas tank = '69 Camaro similar. #16
Engine mounts = Ford C3A26038G, C3AZ6038H. #16
Transmission support = Ford C5ZZ 6068A. #16
Rear axle seals = National 8777. #13
Shift boot (round) = *67 Ford. #12
Firewall boot for shift rod = '69 Mustang. #12
Axle shaft = right rear '69 Ford C90Z-4234A. #5
Throttle cable = Ford G5AZ-9A758J. #2
Rear axle shafts = Ford C60Z 4234D, C60Z 4234F. #2
Rearend = '66 Fairlane. #2
Motor mounts = Ford Falcon. #2
Carb = Ford Holly 600 CFM. #2
Gas cap (for vented tank) = Simca 1000. #2
B. Steering:
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Steering column support bearing = I.B.I. 6005-2RS (Torino). #21
Rubber U-joint = Machine bushing out of 3" bar of aluminum. Triumph 150696 and Jaguar
C10836/1 are not recommended (Italia). #20
Steering arm = Fiat 1100-D #849065(L.) #849064(R.) Parts must be special ordered from Germany #20
Steering rack = 304 Peugeot. #20
Steering damper = Peugeot 4040-12 #18
Steering wheel = Momo M20340 #16
Rack 6 Pinion boots = Peugeot 404 #4066.03. #12
Rack 6 Pinion = Peugeot 403-C. #12
Steering shaft = Sunbeam Tiger. #12
C. Suspension:
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Rear suspension components are marked with an *asterisk.
A-arm bushings = '67 Olds Cutlass(exact) (Torino). #22
Front outer anti-sway bar bushing & bracket = '71 G-10 Chevy van 03927019 and 00334671(Torino)#22
Left upper control arm with ball joint = Fiat 4099150 (Italia). #22
Control arm bushing = Fiat 4007923 (Italia) #22
Upper ball joints = '77 Buick Skylark (Italia) #22
Front shocks = rear shocks from full sized Olds #22
*Rear shock absorber = Bilstein 446-476 #21
Upper A-arm = Fiat 2300 #4099150 (r.), #4099151 (l.) with ball joint and bushing (Italia) #20
Upper A-arm bushings = Fiat 600 & 850 #4179997 (washer), #899983 (bushing) (Italia) #20
Lower A-arm = unique (Italia) #20
Front shocks = Bilstein B46-466 (Italia) #20
Tie rod Ends = Fiat 4109626 (Omega-Italia) #20
Upper ball joint = Volvo 145 #686398 (welding necessary) (late Italia) #20
Lower ball joint = Mercedes 250 (late Italia) #20
Inboard upper A-arm bushing = Fiat 1100D #4007943 (Italia) #20
Front shocks = Monroe Belgium #1007 B8B6 (Torino) #20
Left front spindle assembly = Fiat 946065 (Torino) #20
Front spindles = Fiat 2300S (all) #20
Tires = Sempemit 205/70 SR 14 (Torino) #20
Inner lower bushing = Hersey G529 modified (Italia) #20
*Rear shocks = Monroe air shocks #MA-705 (Torino) #20
*Rear control arm bushings = Alfa 102002530500 #20
*Rear shackle kit = Ford C-3D2-5630B (or 3DZ?) two bushings per kit. #20
Tie-rod end = Fiat 4100074 not 4109262. #20
Front springs = Mercedes (Torino) #20
Mag 500 wheels = Ford (gold instead of black) D7DC1007AA #20
Control arm bushings = Moog K-5162. #19
*Rear springs = Corvair rear, Volvo rear, Buick Special (Torino) #19
Front shocks = Bilstein B46466 with special mounting base plate #18
*Rear rubber spring pads = Mercedes (Torino) #18
Spring damper shim pads (bottom of spring) = Peugeot 5164-0-7 #18
Front control arm bushings = Fiat 1400 or 1800 #17
*Rear suspension bushings = Alfa 2600 #102002530500 (Torino-Italia) #16
Wheel studs = 1/4" x 20 right hand drive #16
*Rear shocks = Gabrial 45533 #16
Wheel bearings = Ford C0AZ 7526A front (Italia) #16
*Wheel bearings = Ford C9Z W4009-E rear axle (Italia) #16
Upper control arm = Fiat 1800 #4099151 right front (Italia) #16
Upper control arm bushing = Fiat 4045093 (Italia) #16
Front shocks = Monroe 1075, pole 74 (Torino) #12
*Rear shocks = Bilstein B46-477 (Indra) #2
Front shocks = '57 Vetta Gabrial adjustment set soft (Omega) #2
Front shocks = Koni 80-1066. #2
*Rear springs = Volvo 122S, MOOG 4334 #2
Front wheel bearings = '62 Buick inner & outer (Torino) #2
Wheels = '67 Ford stock steel will fitę #2
D. Brakes:
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Disc brake pads = Girling 64 325750 D8 DON 55 FF 1269 (Torino) #22
Front caliper cap & seal = Girling SP 2524 248. #22
Power Brake Assist unit = Mazda Bendix 227-0-104(exact) (Omega) #22
Rear caliper seal kit = Girling SP 2524 (Omega) #22
Master cylinder (single one inch bore) = Girling 64066355 (Torino) #21
Master cylinder repair kit = Girling SP 2490/2 (Italia) #21
Brake & clutch pedal pads = BMW 2002 & 1600 #20
Master cylinder = Ford Falcon #20
Handbrake assembly = Fiat 850 (Torino) #18
Steel brake lines = when fabricating be prepared to make convex as well as normal concave flare on ends. #18
Single master cylinder servo unit = Girling MK2A #64049460 (Torino) #16
Repair kit for above = Girling SP2228, Alfa 2600. #16
Reservoir cap = Girling 64477756 #16
Reservoir = Girling 6447S963 #16
Brake pads = front Raybestos D82 /rear Pennsylvania D97 #16
Vacuum booster = Girling 640-49-343 /late (Italia) #12
Single master cylinder = Girling 64068355 #12
Pads front = Girling 64325750 (Ferrari), Mintex M33, Volvo 1800S, Alfa 2600, Aston-Martin #2
Pads rear = Girling 64325738. #2
Pads parking = 64932005 #2
Calipers front = Girling 64032818 - LP19LP-16/3, Volvo 122S #16/3-SP2510/1 (Torino) #2
Calipers rear = Girling 64032734 - 5YN - 12/3H, Volvo 122S #12/3 - SP2542, AC Cobra, Fiat 2300 #2
Master cylinder (double) = Girling 640-688-22, kit 2490, Triumph TR5, TR250, TR6. #2
Pressure warning device = Girling Triumph #2
Brake hose = Pirelli, Fiat 2300 #2
Discs = Intermeccanica unique #2
Boosters = Girling IL 427 (Torino) #2
Boosters = Girling 64049126, kit SP 2228 (Italia?) #2
Pedal pads = Volvo 140 #2
E. Body & Frame:
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Door latch & plate = Mercedes (Torino) #22
Door latch striker & latch ='73 Ford #22
Deck lid expanders = Gremlin rear glass expanders (Italia) #22
Rocker panel chrome = Camaro (Italia) #21
Check for frame cracks #20
Rear view mirror = Alfa #20
Outside mirror = Ferrari or Maserati #20
Hood release = Alfa Romeo. #20
Top latches = 71 Maserati Ghibli Spyder #20
Door latch & trim = Bomoro unit for Mercedes #20
Inside door handle = '75 Fiat #20
Headlight trim ring = Alfa #20
Convertible top trim molding = Maserati Ghibli. #20
Door molding = Plymouth Horizon or Dodge Omni #20
Rear bumpers = Fiat 850 will work #17
Splash aprons = '76 Dodge Monte Carlo #12
Tonneau cover = Daimler roadster #4
Seats = TR6 and Lamborghini Miura are similar #2
Seat adjusters & tracks = Fiat #2
Sunvisors = Alfa 1300 sedan similar #2
Trunk lid supports = Ford Pinto rear hatch supports or MGB GT #2
F. Electrical & Accessories:
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Rear tail lenses = '67 Renault Alpine 855092500 (Torino) #22
Gauges = Lamborghini 400 GT are similar (Italia) #21
Switch unit for window = Ducellier #09897003, Citroen #5407157 (Italia) #21
White plastic window gear = Citroen 5-441498 (Italia) #21
License plate light assembly = '67 Fiat Dino, Ferrari #20
Ash tray = Maserati Ghibli similar #20
Back up light switch mounted on trans. = Fiat 850 (Italia) #20
Window control switch = Citroen 5407157 (Italia) #20
Gauges = Citroen #20
Switches = Maserati Mexico, Lamborghini 400 GT, '69 Jensen Interceptor (Italia) #20
Electric window mechanism & switches = Pantera (Lincoln/Merc) (Italia) #20
Electric window mechanism = Buccilier from Citroen or Peugeot #20
Bumper license plate light = Fiat 128 (Italia) #20
Oil sender = Alfa Ralletti '68 -'69 (Italia) #20
Electric window switches = Porsche Carrera similar (Italia) #20
Directional signal light lenses = Alfa 1365-76-857-18, two to a package, white or amber #20
Column switch = Fiat 850 (Torino) #18
Electrical & Accessories continued:
Alternator = Ford D20F10300-DB, 15v at 42 amps #16
Horn = Stabel Baby Star #16
Horn relay = Cobo taler 18.033.00 #16
Switch, 4-way flasher = Lucas 35758 #16
Switch, instrument light = Lucas 34812 #16
Switch, courtesy light = Lucas 35758 #16
Windshield wiper wheel box = Lucas 72778 #16
Windshield wiper motor assembly = Lucas 54071747 #16
Back-up light switch = Jaguar XJ6 similar #16
Taillight lenses = Renault R8 L. 8550-925, R. 8550-926 Canadian #16
Speedometer cable = Ford C7Z217260J #16
Window washers = '71 Fiat 124 #12
A/C outlet nozzles = Triumph TR6 (adjustable) #12
Fuse box cover = Triumph Stag cover for firewall mounted box #9
Key blanks = Peugeot or '50 Ford (Italia) #4
Ash tray = Lancia Flaminia #2
Column switch assembly = Simca 1000 #2
Front parking lights = Fiat 1100 #2
Back-up lights = Simca 1000 parking lights #2
Dome lights = Alfa Giuletta, Giulia #2
Fuses = Bosch #2
Wiper Actuating bars = Lucas 744254 #2
Wiper Motor = 2-speed Lucas (XKE) 95-100 tooth wheel #2
Wiper wheel box = Lucas 72778 (some cars use Jaguar adapter) #2
Wiper Blades & arms = Peugeot, use Trico refills, Jaguar arms #2
Heater = Alfa, Ferrari #2
Headlight rim = MGB #2
Ashtray light • Sipe or Stanley 12v #2
Heater valve = late 1300 & early 1600 Alfa l05. (Torino) #22
G. Apollo Parts:
Headlight rims = Lancia Appia 3rd series, 2163-215 #12
Rear axle housing = '63 Buick 6340-41-4300, 1355912-housing #12
Mufflers = Datsun 240Z #12
Tail lights = Ferrari #12
Door locks = Fiat #12
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