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Discussion in 'Vintage (thru 365 GTC4)' started by 500tr, Jul 22, 2017.
Car n°121 in post #63 is not #0636MDTR.
Still no answer to who stole the car? Very interesting thread though.
Must be #0614MDTR
Yes, at Watkins-Glen in 1956.
As mentioned before, the German Civil Court 'Oberlandesgericht Karlsruhe' has legally ruled that the insurance company has not acquired ownership of the vehicle because its own specific terms and conditions are not effective for the contract with Schaefer. So this gentleman could not acquire ownership of the vehicle from the insurance company.
The court also ruled that this gentleman was not in good faith when he took over the vehicle in Italy, as he knew that it was the vehicle VIN 0636 that was stolen in 1998 in Italy.
Facing that this gentleman has changed his strategy. He has made public that he has taken over the vehicle from Sig. B. F.. He claims that Sig. F. aquired and sold it in good faith that it is the vehicle with the VIN 0614 or 0640. The fact that this gentleman has done so even though he is committed to the confidentiallity about all circumstances of the deal shows in what great distress he must be.
In other contexts regarding Ferrari classic cars Sig. F. is well known to many members of FerrariChat and he is considered to be a great expert. For sure Sig. F. knew which vehicle he has offered this gentleman and others. Whether he will accept an invitation of a German civil court and testify as a witness may be doubted.
To be continued …