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Discussion in 'Vintage (thru 365 GTC4)' started by Glassman, Mar 24, 2004.

  1. Glassman

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    Ok, I've tried every avenue and find myself getting frustrated. I have the 1959 Ferrari yearbook, and the Frankfurt Show is missing from that publication. Does anyone have a photo or information about the Ferrari Stand and the cars shown. In particular a 250PF coupe with an unusual color combination.
     
  2. El Wayne

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    Are you referring to s/n 1469 GT? Pinin Farina records show this car as being the 1959 Frankfurt Salon car, but list it's colors as:

    Exterior: Grigio Argento MM 16003

    Interior: Vinyl & Leather Nero 8500

    Nothing unusual there. I'm sorry, but I have no photos of the car. I believe it's currently in the Netherlands (Joop? Boudewijn?) but its original engine resides in Sweden with 250TdF s/n 0781 GT.
     
  3. Glassman

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    Wayne,
    I'm talking about s/n 1471 white with silver roof, the other PF coupe at Frankfurt.
     
  4. El Wayne

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    Sorry! You caught me sleeping. Duh...

    Maybe I should pay more attention to whos questions I'm answering!
     
  5. Glassman

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    Come on Wayne, with your vast resources, and world wide contacts you must be able to come up with one picture, or publication, or something. Why isn't there any record I can find of the 1959 Show?
     
  6. El Wayne

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    You've got mail.
     

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