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2006; on the way to the FCA National in s/n 11199; 365GT2+2. Way before my hair was silver. . . .
Same car, same weekend, Lunken driving, same photographer (Ralph Rye).
Two years later - still hanging tough at a delusional $900k. At least there's no horsey on the nose . . .
I am glad to see that you finally graduated to a 4-cylinder Ferrari, Marcel! Actually, it may have been your first Ferrari!
I don't know where else to start this thread, so I'll start here. Mods please move if you think there is a better spot.
I am likely buying a '66...
In case the ad disappears: https://www.gullwingmotorcars.com/1962-ferrari-250gt-c-4657.htm
"This 1962 250 GT Series II Pininfarina...
Don - you misinterpreted my "ouch"; I think it's a choker price for a car that needs everything. A few years ago, I asked Tom Y to go to Gullwing...
For the sake of creating a record for this car, Gullwing Motors is selling this late PF Coupe, purportedly originally owned by Carlo Abarth....
John - this is Maret and Munaron at the start of '55 Hyeres w/ 0556(0446)MD. Dupont's 0564(0424)MD was just to the right, out of the picture.....
Thought I would post this here, from the Vintage forum. RIP to a great guy who really "got" and set the standard for being a steward of these...
Maybe I missed it, but I see no mention or any track-related portion of the event on the show's website. And with PBIR officially closed forever...
Sold at $117k. A little surprised at the low reserve since it came out during the auction that Wally Clark had owned it for 33 years.
another - on BAT. Early car.
Route 4 above Los Alamos a few weeks ago. About 9,000'.
Let us know if you're ever in town, Chas!
I think I saw in the Gooding description something like "over $200k in receipts . . ." Only 424 produced.
Holy Cow; this 2400 hammered at $350,000!
Late to this thread; both owned by Francois Picard.
It's the live axle statement from "retired" in post 5 that has me doubting the accuracy of the 84th built. I just don't see Ferrari inserting a...
I have never understood the build sequence of this car. I know the numbering sequence of Ferrari chassis almost never exactly tracks the build...
'70 Jaguar E-Type - will be going on BaT in about two months.
Just picked up a '14 Lotus Evora w/ 5,000 miles; freaking love it.