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This car: https://www.carriagehousemotorcars.com/1965-ferrari-275-gtb--c-394.htm ?
Thanks for clarifying. Yes, that makes perfect sense as, indeed, it was back to Marchetti during that time.
Now, if Ferrari could only figure out what the real engine specs of their GT3 / GTE / evo cars are. :confused: Their web site has inconsistent...
If you're talking about the real Ferrari 250 GT Spyder Competizione, s/n 0999GT, it's becoming available.
By that time the car would have been with Marriott for a few years, before it was auctioned to Europe the year after. Of course, if Marchetti did...
Yep sorry, completely messed up my quoting there... and the silly forum won't let me fix my own post the same day - or delete it. So now there'll...
Actually, Bryan was talking about his Dad, MD, removing stitches from one of the carting crew as an ad-hoc courtesy - with "little" Bryan...
Thanks Bryan - visiting your Dad, on the way to some meet?
Very generous of you to share those pictures. Turns out this car was spotted all over the place ;-).
What a find! Thanks Bob - so this would have been in Youngstown?
Was this coincidence, or did it pass through your Dad's hands as well?
Thanks for elaborating further!
Thank you both for taking the time, and sharing!
This not-yet-identified Testarossa came out the estate of Stanley Harris in 1973.
After this picture was taken it was bought by Frank O. Enright....
Interesting, I've seen other photos of the car on the track, where it does not have the "18" taped to a "78" and without the "BP" at the door?
Going back in time to 2018, if you don't mind? When Artcurial offered the car, the chassis stampings were not consistent with those for the year...
Well, the presence/absence/style, etc. of something is indeed a fact, if this is all about semantics?
Of course, whether that undeniable fact...
Sometimes, when there is a very finite number of "candidates", noticing the left/right presence, placement, even orientation of badges can narrow...
Kare, thanks for that observation.
Yes, I too had considered that, given that it had been offered for quite a while until 2017.
Still hoping that someone might know "for a fact".
Trying to figure out which chassis number this is, they have been campaigning in recent years: