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...even more GaGa!
WHAT a silly dispute!!!!
This is the Costin 450S, chassis #4512 (ex-4501). At that time owned by Peter Kaus. Today owned by L.A. in the USA and in correct black color.
According to my infos - ys! It was #109.S1.669. He bought it directly at the factory in 1967.
That is Franco Cornacchia.
That is DEFINITELY NOT Tony Parravano!
Tony P. is here on the left:
Saw it today. Great entertainment and yes, Bale is over-acting a bit...
Also I noticed the errors in the production design reg. the Ferrari Ps. -...
I'll send you an email.
Has anybody a MM yearbook that features both years. Or took photos of the participating cars?
when McQeen filmed his epic movie about Le Mans, the cars he used had not that value they have today. And they even used some Ferraris...
It was born -like all early 200Ss- as a 150S. Thats why I wrote that it came with body made by Fiandri and was later modified to full 200s specs...
Btw.- my post #6 shows the real #2403 as it still looks today. Its the 2nd photo from top. The car was born with a Fiandri body (seen in the same...
Sorry, but you are completely wrong:
Reventlow once owned #2405. (I have copies of the factory invoice). Yes, he later purchased #2422.
No, its NOT this individual with the beard in the red Maserati A6G-Zagato. In the car is the person to whom I brokered the car some years ago.
OK, but WHERE?
Ever seen Portago wearing a suit and tie in a race car????
Driver Ken Wharton died in this crash. I think its worth to mention it also on this thread!
Definitely not! In the late 1920s Maserati re-used their early T26 chassis and build new cars on them with a stronger engine and a new VIN....
Signora Avanza is on the left. No idea who the chap on the right is.