Ferrari 250 swb California Spider - Question

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  1. HGN

    HGN Rookie

    Oct 4, 2017
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    Henrik
    Hello all

    First of all, I would like to thank all of you who make this site to the best Ferrari site.

    I have a question that I would like your opinion about.

    Here it comes. I'm currently looking at a Ferrari 250 swb California Spider from a dealer in Sweden. The thing is that it's a brand new restored car all original. After an accident in 1981, car frame was change to a new one, since the original wasn't worth straighten out. At that time the car wasn't so expensive as it is today. The new frame was fitted by an authorized dealer in Italy. (The car have paper for the reperation).
    But that means it does not have its VIN number on the frame, which means a bit. I have received paper from the Ferrari factory that the car or is original.

    So what do you think? And if so, what would you pay for such a car?

    All the Best.
     
  2. Marcel Massini

    Marcel Massini F1 Veteran
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    Mar 2, 2005
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    Which chassis number does it use today?

    Marcel Massini
     

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