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Mr. Glickenhaus had his fair share in his own "demise" in this forum when he (and some of his supporters) started to disparage the work being...
My apologies. Apparently it was 0844 (and not 0856) the car at Classiche in the Adam Towler's Instagram post.
Then again, most of these later race cars never achieved the results achieved by their ancestors - at least regarding to Ferrari.
Being "converted" back to its Berlinetta form?
I don't know how easy (or hard) it is to mount/dismount these cars' bodyworks but perhaps the...
The Dino 206S 008 wore the nº12 at the 1966 1000KM of Nuerburgring, perhaps it's the same car.
I'd say 06885 is the equally rich man's 250 GTO
Thank you. I thought there were only 2 left and both were in Italian museums.
Is that an original D50?
Wow :eek: Thank you for your reply.
I believe his brother (B) still retains most (all?) of his top cars (he displayed 0286AM in Pebble Beach...
Interesting. Does the previous owner still owns the "crown jewel" (0684)?
Maybe it's 70167?
A former Kimi McLaren will be auctioned in a couple of days:...
99% sure that #163 is 2445GT.
#145 I believe it's 2111GT and #222 is 3911GT.
Easily my favourite driver after Schumi. IMO he re-joined Ferrari a little too late, I can see him winning some of Vettel's championships.
When was the last time 0870 was seen in public?
I understand the one on the right is 0007/0788 but what about the one on the left?
Thank you for your reply, I didn't explain myself properly.
Race history was the main factor I was considering, yes. For instance:
Thank you, Mr. Massini.
Seeing how Aston Jordan Point and Aston Martin Lagonda are faring, I guess Mr. Stroll regrets selling his prized collection to finance this...