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Ferraris at the recent SA Tourist Trophy...

Discussion in 'Vintage (thru 365 GTC4)' started by pts106™, Feb 25, 2004.

  1. pts106™

    pts106™ Rookie

    Feb 25, 2004
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    Hey there Tifosi, I'm new here and for my first post I'll share some pics I took a few weeks ago of David Piper, Max Wakefield and a bunch of other Ferrari racers... (The files are large, so I'll just place links.)

    Enjoy!
    Pierre M.

    I'll start with Max Wakefield's '66 P4 -

    http://www.xpphotoalbum.com/data/500/756Picture_300.jpg?2077

    http://www.xpphotoalbum.com/data/500/756Picture_292.jpg?1958

    http://www.xpphotoalbum.com/data/500/756Picture_289.jpg?7843

    http://www.xpphotoalbum.com/data/500/756Picture_485.jpg?7568
     
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  3. pts106™

    pts106™ Rookie

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  5. bobafett

    bobafett F1 Veteran

    Sep 28, 2002
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    The 330P3 (?) in post #4 - if it's a garage queen, what's with the wheels?

    --Dan
     
  6. vanimal

    vanimal Formula Junior

    Mar 19, 2003
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    Welcome aboard, great pics, a buddy of mine went and said the meet was veru good, do you have any pics of the actual racing?
     
  7. stratos

    stratos Formula Junior

    Dec 9, 2003
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    Switzerland
    Looks like a Dino 206SP replica, it apparently has no engine either...
     
  8. macca

    macca Formula Junior

    Dec 3, 2003
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    That looks like a P4 replica from the moulds originally created by Lee Noble in the UK and sold by various companies over the years, the design is currently owned by Neil Foreman's NF Autos but has been copied by a lot of people around the world including several in the US.

    The basic replica had a Renault V6 engine/gearbox, but people have built them with Ferrari 308, 512BB, 400i and Daytona engines, and also Lambo v12s.
     
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  10. jmillard308

    jmillard308 F1 Veteran
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    May 29, 2003
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    John Millard
    Pierre
    Important correction - this car is NOT a '66 P4.
    It is a Lamborghini engined kit car which bears a passing resemblance to a P4.
    John
     

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