The Restoration of -1963 Ferrari 250 GTE #4879

Discussion in 'Vintage (thru 365 GTC4)' started by Martin M, Apr 6, 2013.

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  1. 365GTC/4

    365GTC/4 Formula 3

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    I was at Classiche maybe 12 months after they started. I was with the head guy (Jean Toldt was there also but not part of the conversation) and he had no idea about the cars. He didn't even know the models. There was a 750Monza there and he didn't know what it was. Still a cool visit and there were some great cars there. A '57 335S, the Moss 250SWB etc
     
  2. Julius H.

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    i was curious about this fact what size was originally fitted with series III.my are 6x15 3690.

    also spare wheel original untouched is 6x15 3690.

    i have seen just a few series III,but all been same numbered.
     
  3. AndruetBiche

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    I have seen the rear seat luggage platform before on other GTEs - was this factory - or made for/by owners? Kind of makes the rear interior of the GTE into a Superfast/Lusso at a quick glance. I like it and would consider making one for mine.
     
  4. silver1331

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  5. Martin M

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    Hello! Long time have passed. Finally we got the RedBook! :)

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  8. John Vardanian

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    It was huge endeavor. Congratulations.

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