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Very historic car, battle scars notwithstanding. Flanked by Ford GT 40 #1076 and a Chaparral I.
Many thanks to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway...
And I suppose we have to include the Warhol BMW M1- with its value as a Warhol driving the price of it into the stratosphere.
That said, I...
I think @Nembo1777 would love your second pic.
see also: Inside Ferrari by Michael Dregni (book).
Not by Ferrari. :eek:
I associate those flags with Pininfarina but that's conjecture on my part.
The second body, made in 1952, for 1950 166 MM 0036M- as per the video and a chap called Marcel Massini.
Yes but the heart of the Stratos comes from the first son of EAF so we give it a pass. :cool:
Okay, yes agreed. Beautiful. But Niki is padding the numbers by sneaking 2 non-horsey cars in those pics. :p:D
The Chris Evans S2 was 4675GT.
Evans sold it to Jean-Pierre Slavic. JPS subsequently sold it.
People are confusing Evans and Slavic;
I thought that at the top of the thread but I'm unconvinced. Scale the car against the '65 (or WTF) Mustang on the transporter.
I count 4 strikes...
Agreed- with the exception that the 124 rims have 6 slots and the OP photo shows 8 slots.
I believe this is a tool-room copy of 4399 GT rather than the real thing. @miurasv will know.
Precisely. A friend with a sister car a very few chassis numbers away said the exact same thing to me one time. ;)
I should have picked up on this earlier- the Mustang in the first pic is a good size reference and supports it being a smaller vehicle than my...
LaDawri and Victress were fiberglass (and 50's) so those are out.
Pretty sure what we're looking at is aluminum- if not, it's steel.