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I am finishing a long term restoration on a 1952 Ferrari 212 Cabriolet. the car is the second road car produced by Pininfarina for Ferrari.
While thumbing through a friends copy of Fantastic Alfa Romeo I saw a 1900 Cabriolet featured that has many of the same characteristics as the Ferrari.
I have below a photo of a jack (Martinetto) manufactured by CIMA. This is commonly thought to be a 212 jack however most of the cars shown with this jack were not Pininfarina.
Does anyone have or know which type jack would have come in a Pininfarina bodied 1900?
 

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Bill Gillham
12988 Meadowbrook Road, SE
Jefferson, OR 97352
(503) 327-1486
 

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Thanks fellows.

I have been told by a well known parts dealer that 1950s Lancias used the same CIMA jack but that the folding shaft was shorter?

I will follow up on all these leads,

David
 
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