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  1. wbaeumer

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    #1 wbaeumer, Feb 15, 2008
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    Gang,
    I took this photo some years ago south of Turino, in Bella Italia. Anybody any idea from what it came? ...and - is it a Ferrari (I can`t see the badge on the nose nor can I see the pressed position for it in the metall!)??? Please forgive me my little knowledge about Ferrari.

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  2. Aardy

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    It's the body of 250 MM berlinetta PF s/n 0254MM...
     
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    It took 6 minutes to ID it to it's serial number.

    This forum is unbelievable!
     
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  4. Ferraripilot

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    It looks incredibly close to a Maserati A6GCS Pininfarina doesn't it!
     
  5. Aardy

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    As Kare pointed out, I should have writen : "body of 250 MM berlinetta PF s/n 0270MM to make replica of s/n 0254MM..."
     
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  7. XTP

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    Is it for sure, it's the 0254MM.

    I've never seen that kind of a hole on the right side of the car on a 250MM.

    Only 0310MM has a hole but a vertical en smaller one on both sides of the car.

    The period picture of 0254MM is one of the left side en there is no hole.
     
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  9. wbaeumer

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    No - here you are wrong!

    Ciao!
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  10. Aardy

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    Agree with you Walter : 250 MM PF berlinetta is very nice but a Maserati A6GCS PF is more beautiful !!
     
  11. Cris

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    The louvered bonnet leaning up against it looks like a fiberglass front clip for a replica Jaguar C Type?
     
  12. ferraripete

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    too funny...that was exactly what i was going to point out! the c-type is a great machine!
     
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    A white 250MM sold a few years ago at the Bonham auction in Monterey for a really low number. A steal IMO. It was one loud car.

    Geno
     
  16. Aardy

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    Looks like to the ex-factory PF berlinetta that was sold to Gerino Gerini (0292/MM Pf job 11194, later renumbered 0352/MM).
    If yes, this car had been raced by Gerini, later exported in South America and never reappeared since...
     
  17. Aardy

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    Well.. Finally, I wonder if the b/w pic doesn't show 0252/MM Pf job 11188 in 1953 after all...

    It would be more logical.o_O
     
  18. kare

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    I think "Farina" meant that this is 0270MM.
     

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