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Exposition Ferrari in Monaco

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  1. P.Singhof

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    Last monday Prince Albert II of Monaco opened the Ferrari Exhibition in his car museum that will run until March 15th.
    Apart from the Prince also Charles Leclerc, Jean Alesi and Ferrari President John Elkann were present.
    The exhibition features 45 car ranging from F1, Sports Prototypes to Streed Cars.

    Our Report is here: http://www.barchetta.cc/All.Ferraris/events-stories/events/2018/show/exposition-ferrari-in-monaco/index.html

    Or jump directly to the pictures: https://barchetta.stage.mediacenter.plus/-/Events-by-Year-Auction-Concours-News-Race-Rally-etc/01-2018/Show/Ferrari-Exhibition-Monaco-2018/?v=a&dir=2270390&rd=1964532

    I hope one can get the impression from the pictures that it is well worth visiting....
     
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  3. etienne

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    Great ! Thx Peter for sharing.
     
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  4. mcimino

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    As always....Great Pix Peter. Thanks.
     
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  5. etienne

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    Who is the PB ? # 0886 ?
     
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    According to the text with the photo's it is 0886
     
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  8. bigodino

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    Great exhibit! Thanks for sharing.
     
  9. P.Singhof

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    The text says absolutely nothing about the chassis number as I do not know her yet... but 0886 would make sense as it seems to be located in the south of France.
     
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  10. Caeruleus11

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    Thank you for the writeup and the pictures. Truly spellbinding. I wish I could get there to see it in person! Thank you again!
     
  11. F430060

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    the technical sheet presenting the car confirme 0886
    Best regards
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  13. P.Singhof

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    OK, thanks... I think the sign was not up yet when I visited....
     
  14. Marcel Massini

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    0886 is owned since August 2010 by Jean Guikas/GTC Sarl. in Southern France (Marseille area).

    Marcel Massini
     
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  15. etienne

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    Vert nice exhibition even if most cars are well known in Europe. Among others, those seen in recent months at the museums of Maranello and Modena. However good idea for a last end-of-year visit.
    I'm thinking of going there next week.













     
  16. Jack-the-lad

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    Fantastic. Thank you, Peter.
     
  17. bigodino

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    Usually the chassis number of a 312 P '72 can be found on the right hand side of the roll bar. It's in plain sight.
     
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    It would be a small brass tag welded onto the roll bar as opposed to numbers stamped into the metal of the roll bar.
     
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  21. etienne

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    Please, can you help me identify the Daytona GTS/4, the Lusso, the 330GTC, the black 250 GT coupé (# 1823GT, listed as ex-prince Charles of Belgium ?), Dino246, and eventually the line up of modern cars (Enzo, 288GTO, BB512, LaFerrari Aperta, ...)

    Thanks !!!!
     
  22. Marcel Massini

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    #19 Marcel Massini, Dec 24, 2018
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    Yellow Daytona Spider is 13477, a cut car.
    250 Lusso is 4715 GT.
    The 250 PF Coupé was originally 1823 GT but restamped to 1711 GT.
    The LF Aperta is 222508.
    The 288 GTO is 52473.
    The 512 BBi is 39073.

    Marcel Massini
     
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  23. etienne

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    Thank you very much Marcel.
     
  24. markus77

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    ok so it's my first post .. let's try it .. I'm italian and I'm not, and realistically I never will be, owner of a classic Ferrari. However, for some time, as I believe others do, I have been viewing photos of classic ferrari and I try to associate them with the corresponding chassis number (in particular 330 GTC and 365 GTC). It is just a passion and a fun without any profit.
    Many times it's easy, other times it's impossible like this car.

    I come to the point: I don't know what the chassis number of the gray Ferrari 330 GTC is, but the stickers on the driver's side of the windshield make me believe that it is the car with the “Monaco 692X” plate.

    The car, probably 1966:

    - is spotted on the autogespot.com website;

    - was at “Modena Cento Ore” 2019 (car number: 77);

    - was at "Padre e Figlio (Father and Son)" 2018 (car number: 9).

    The owner could be Xavier De Sarrau or Denis Langer (??).

    This is what I found just looking on the internet: I'm not expert about forums so if I have inadvertently violated any forum rule, I ask the administrators to edit or delete my post immediately, otherwise I hope that the data I have collected will be useful to identify the car chassis number (probably with the help of Marcel Massini).

    Just in case, please tell me I'm curious too.

    Two last things: it is always a pleasure to read this forum and sorry for my English.

    Ciao a tutti.
     
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  25. Sempre_gilles

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    Another question for the experts: at the 10° Zoute Grand Prix - Zoute Concours d'Elegance in October 2019 a 250 GT PF Coupe was entered with chassis number 1823 GT. Was 1711 GT restamped to 1823 GT or is this a different car?
     

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