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Discussion in 'Vintage (thru 365 GTC4)' started by Marcel Massini, Jul 5, 2021.
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Wonderful images Peter, thank you.
Why this darker colour on the rocker panels ?
Marcel has s/n 0735/GT been reunited with its original engine?
Forgive me for what's likely an inane question, but is #20 a 250 LM?
No. 275P # 0816, winner of the 1964 24 Hours of Le Mans. Also won Le Mans in 1963, but as 250P
s/n 1265 SA looking majestic.
It took me a few days just to go through and admire all your excellent photography! Thank you sooooo much for sharing. The TDF with the Red interior captures my taste the most. But your photo collection really captures the event!
There are many tracks and highways in that same area ;-)
So what happened to the "other" s/n 0735 GT?
Situation clarified by Mr. Massini. Please disregard.