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I presume that's Ferrari The Sports & Gran Turismo Cars by Warren W Fitzgerald, Richard F. Merritt & Jonathan Thompson.
The standards around here...
#24 3987GT in foreground
#25 3589GT in background
1st pic is quite an impressive group for an outing.
Where do those Swiss think they are, California? :D
The picture of the sticker on the front fender of the 275 bears a resemblance to the famous Mobil Oil Pegasus which is quite common in...
That's the one I'm referring to.
I was not able to view that decal very large but I was still inclined to believe it might be the Marchal cat...
Just a guess but rather than a pegasus, I wonder if it could be a cat as in Marchal.
I did some searching and couldn't get very far but that...
Looks like Edi Wyss Engineering.
The car in your picture is 4219GT.
4219GT has been painted dark blue since 1964.
Note that 4219GT has 2 louvers in the fender between the front...
Beautiful build by Mr. V.
Beautiful restoration by Mr. K.
Toni Auto, Maranello- a famous shop.
Thanks for the great photos!
"threads" (the threaded end of the hub and the threaded mating surface inside the knock-off).
1521GT, one of 7 'interim' berlinettas (the transition from TDF to SWB).
Right. I was in high school when they came out. Will never forget seeing the first one at my local midwestern gray-market car dealer.
I think it's acceptance and utility is so widespread nowadays that you don't even get docked points at the shiny show.
I mean concours.
The factory has one that looks just like the Willbanks 1C. It's a 125 Sport recreation built by Dino Cognolato in IIRC 1987.
I've just tried an online search to no avail. One issue had a terrific visit with Neil Corner... I thought the issue with Don Nelson featured 0197...
If memory serves it was in the late, great, never to be forgotten/never to be topped Supercar Classics magazine.