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    Very nice photos!!!! The #0834 testing photo is the best!!!


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    Another angle of #0834 at Nurburgring in 1965.

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    Here is the rear view of #0834 at Nurburgring, shot with Kodachrome.


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    When were these pictures inside the factory taken Boudewijn?

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    Grazie!

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    I'm preparing a blog on #0834 and I wonder if someone could help me put the record straight on the history of #0834 and #018 at Targa Florio in 1970 and 1971.

    The online records at Barchetta and racingsportscars.com show several different possibilities,

    Barchetta shows the 1970 #64 entry as being #0834 on this link:-

    http://www.barchetta.cc/english/All.Ferraris/Detail/0834.166P.htm

    with chassis #018 being the #64 entry in 1970 and #26 entry in 1971 on this link :-

    http://www.barchetta.cc/english/All.Ferraris/Detail/Dino/018.206S.htm

    while racingsportscars.com shows #018 as being the #64 entry in 1970 and the #26 entry in 1971 on this link :-

    http://www.racingsportscars.com/chassis/archive/206S-018.html

    Relevant answers maybe used and credited in a forthcoming blog.

    Thanking you in anticipation of your answers.
     
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    Photo of #0834 at the 1967 Targa Florio. At this point it still has its 166P lower body but has a new roof and flared rear end. It also has a cut line just behind the side scoop and is running Firestone tires on wider 166P/F1 wheels. This was a semi works entry with a speciale works 206 motor. At some point the car must have been completely rebodied to a later style 206 Dino body as the restored car is all 206(or they did a chassis plate swap at the factory in August/September 1967).


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    Many thanks to all contributors to this thread: it has helped me enormously to fill gaps in the history of my Dino. For those interested in taking a look at her: 0834 will be at the BSWR in December as well as at Cavallino and Amelia beginning of next year.
    Thanks again.
     
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    Looking at the present pictures you can see maybe what is left of the original body. The look #0834 has now is peculiar compared to most other 206's. I wonder at what point the body was modified to look more like a 206S and by whom. Does anyone have any factory photos of #0834 being modified with this new body?? After the 1967 Targo Florio #0834 did go back to the factory and was still owned by SEFAC at the time.
     
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    Hi Boudewijn,

    Thanks for the link but that's not what I was looking for. I am talking about when the body was transformed into a 1966 206S style body. That is still the #0834 166P lower body with a 206 hillclimb motor.
     
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    This is 0834 with 1966 body being tested by Bandini and De Adamich at Monza/Modena in March. © unknown
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    The one on the left is a 1966 body, I think chassis #0842 testing before Sebring 1966, and the one on the right is the 166P lower body #0834 being tested in late 1966 at Modena(Marcel Massini posted a page back). The body change happened after September/October 1967.
     

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