As with any Ferrari the famed gated shifter is a centerpiece in the interior. Ours was a little tired and the reverse lockout was worn to the point that it no longer prevented its accidental engagement. A quick TIG weld and plenty of detail filing before chrome and the gate is as good as new.
In addition there was a few other things missing:
1. We did the crazy task of polishing the head of the shift gate screws. When they are made there is a slight deformation because of the striking that makes the Phillips head depression. This flaw is magnified when polished so we first sanded the head of the screw to a perfect convex and then polished it to a mirror finish.
2. The shift knob received a fresh coat of white in the letters and a mirror polish to the plastic knob.
3. The original shift knob lock screw that was badly scratched and marred from years of butchery has been lovingly re-shaped and chromed to look as new.
Lots of time spent on details that will likely never be noticed but we just can't help ourselves and are having fun being crazy.