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  1. Deemeyere Wim

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  2. bertdeboer340

    bertdeboer340 Formula 3

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    This is Q&A about the Oldtimer Grandprix 2007 :
    #13925 is a black 365 GT 2+2 Pininfarina Coupe, which belonged to Hans-Guido Riegel and with plates BN-FX 365H in the past.
    #13925 belongs no longer to Hans-Guido Riegel with plates BN-FX 365H but to Dominik Balders with belgian plates TFI 630.
    Dominik Balders showed #13925 with belgian plates TFI 630 at the German Ferrari 60 Relay and also at this years Modena Trackdays.
     
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  4. Marcel Massini

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    In 2015 Queen Mary #13925 was owned by somebody in GREECE and registered on Greek license plates. Photo taken at Ferrari Classiche in Maranello.

    Marcel Massini

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  5. Marcel Massini

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    13925:
    FWIW 13925 was not black originally but Rosso Nearco 2.664.032 and delivered and sold new in Toronto, CDN.

    Marcel Massini
     
  6. Marcel Massini

    Marcel Massini F1 World Champ
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    WHICH year please? 2007?

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  7. bertdeboer340

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    11541 - 2015 Modena Trackdays
    11635 - 2019 Techno Classica
    11743 - 2010 Techno Classica
    11847 - 2014 Techno Classica
    11935 - 2014 Techno Classica
    11987 - 2007 Oldtimer Grandprix
    12377 - 2016 Cars & Coffee Peer (B)
    13321 - 2009 Oldtimer Grandprix
    13925 - 2009 Modena Trackdays

    11967 - 2014 Techno Classica
     
  8. 365man

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    13117 was built in December 1969.
     
  9. Marcel Massini

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    Thank you very much.

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  10. bertdeboer340

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    Yes 2007
     
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  12. Napoli365

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    OK, so just to make sure I follow:

    "13925 is a black 365 GT 2+2 Pininfarina Coupe, which belonged to Hans-Guido Riegel and with plates BN-FX 365H in the past.
    #13925 belongs no longer to Hans-Guido Riegel with plates BN-FX 365H but to Dominik Balders with belgian plates TFI 630.
    Dominik Balders showed #13925 with belgian plates TFI 630 at the German Ferrari 60 Relay and also at this years Modena Trackdays."

    therefore VIN 13925 = license plate TFI 630 (which used to be BN-FX 365H), correct?

    So, then would anybody know the car (what VIN) of the picture I attached with license plate = 1 OAS 813?

    Thank you.

    Stefano



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  13. Napoli365

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    Also, does 13925 have a tan interior?

    Thank you.

    Stefano
     
  14. Marcel Massini

    Marcel Massini F1 World Champ
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    You may want to double check that plate………...1-OAS-893, not 1-OAS-813...………

    Marcel Massini
     
  15. Napoli365

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    Syake,

    I know this thread is a bit old, but wanted to follow-up with you and get more information on your car as I am putting together a 365 GT 2+2 registry available here on Ferrarichat.com or at https://drive.google.com/open?id=1zq-rUGL4T7oy7bLd73hwsZkT_yagzVhw

    I know you refer to your car as 1253 but I believe you meant 12523. Is that correct? Could you provide some additional details on your car (former car) and a picture or two?

    Thank you kindly.

    Stefano
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  16. Napoli365

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    Hello all,

    As previously stated, as this registry still does not yet reside on a web site, I will continue to post updates here at Ferrarichat.com and have it on google at https://drive.google.com/open?id=1g6jT6V_T6Uya1y4vup5NU09jfApKwjqW .

    Again, the registry’s overall objective is to one day possess information on all known Ferrari 365 GT 2+2. Its sole purpose is to be a reference for those who either possess these cars or are interested in its history.

    To date, I have only reported cars whose VIN I validated through for sale ads, chat postings or owner’s information that was provided to me. On this revision, the total number of VINs has grown from 169 to a total of 323. Of this total, 110 of these represent cars that were (or still are) for sale over the past 10 years or so. Naturally, on these cars, a good amount of information is available (which I am hoping to publish with the registry once a site is up and running). Of course, it would be fantastic if each car on the registry had substantial information in its file (but that is not the case).

    I welcome any and all input on any 365 GT 2+2. If you wish the list to be updated, if there are errors and/or omissions, please provide the required information to me via email to napoli365gt22@gmail.com, with the heading: "Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 update".


    The ideal, ultimate objective is to identify all models ever produced (running or not, existing or not). Naturally, it’s a lofty goal…I believe appropriate considering we are talking about a real Enzo’s era Ferrari!


    Sincerely,


    Stefano

    napoli365gt22@gmail.com




    Explanation of Registry Data
    The information on the registry is based on picture(s) observations or description of the car available from statements made about the car. Thus, empty fields signify that I did not have either any picture to review or could not find any description of car. While good information is available from Raab’s, Ferrari Serial Numbers Part I, at this stage, I have not opted to cross reference the two.


    Registry Fields

    · Chassis = Serial number of car

    · Exterior color = existing current color of car

    · Interior color = existing current color of leather seats of car

    · License Plate = license plate

    · Km/miles = mileage either from picture or description

    · Wheels = Campagnolo, Borrani, 5 Star Ferrari Cromodora

    · Version = European, Right Hand Drive (RHD)or USA (US version). At the moment, conversions, automatic or ? not being called out

    · Where = Presumed location of car based on information available


    Please note that I have removed the year. Both for sale ads or other available information seems to contradict a production year criteria, so I am at a bit of a loss at the moment.
     

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