Progress – Working on the 1979 Arrow Ferrari Daytona

By Craig Ranson
By Craig Ranson

Managing Director – Bridge Classic Cars

Bridge Classic Cars have been getting back to work on the 1979 Arrow Ferrari Daytona. The next phase involves working on the inside of the car to get it to the next stage.

Scott, one of our technicians, has been working through the list of jobs to do on the car.

He had to modify the steering column to go from the Jaguar steering rack to the Ferrari steering column while also clearing the bottom of the genuine Daytona instrument cluster. After this, he began to work on the steering boss.

The steering boss needed to be modified to fit inside of the original Daytona column shroud while also allowing the indicators to self cancel.

After all this had been done and tested, Scott worked on getting the gear stick into the same place in the cockpit as it would have been in a real Daytona.

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