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"P" is for "Posteriore" = rear, referring to the position of the engine, not Prototype. There were many front engined Ferraris that ran in the...
Any pictures of 06925? Marcel Massini posted a letter from Dr Enrico Wax to Mike Parkes regarding this car. See here. 07577 was also discussed...
#07993 had 6 carbs too.
Sold for $4.62M at auction in 2014.
Excepting the Short Nose Competition and Speciale Competition 275 GTBs, the Alloy body was introduced as an option on the Long Nose 275 GTB.
On 5975 all the gauges are different to the Veglia gauges on other 250 LMs and it looks like it has a speedo with odometer?
It's said that there were differences between all the 32 cars made with no 2 identical.
I'd guess that only 6025 had any quilting in the interior...
Couldn't Ferrari of Houston put the needle back on the water temperature gauge before offering 6045 for sale?
20 minute edit time still annoys. It's Auto Avio Costruzioni, not Construzioni.
Date of the Certificate of Origin on both cars was 19th April,...
The MV Agusta 750S is one of my favourite bikes.
The 2 cars were Auto-Avio Construzioni 815/020 and 815/021.
The Lotario Rangoni Machiavelli car, 815/020, is said to no longer exist.
Is that Oro Chiaro alloy 275 GTB #08033?
Replica based on 330 GT 2+2 #6291.
750 Monza 0486M. See here.
The Classic Driver article mentions the 1973 remodelling to the GTO type nose but not the reversion to the original shape nose of the Drogo rebody...
I remember now. The remains of this one were really of 0606 and has now been restored as such. See here.
Do any remains of #0726 exist?
Is this the resurrection of Works 1958 250 Testa Rossa #0726 and if so what of the original #0726 is in it?
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That's an in line DOHC 4 cylinder engine with 2 big double choke Webers from a 500 TRC. (Only the cam covers should be red, not the whole...
Dyke, No, I am not sure as I have never seen a picture of the 4 cam motor in 0666 or a 4 cam motor used in a 250 TR. Does anyone have one?