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Discussion in 'Vintage (thru 365 GTC4)' started by jnk, May 6, 2018.
For starters, one is a Ferrari and one isn't... sorry.
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I have worked with Marcel on many cars and I think I asked Marcel to write reports on almost all the cars I have sold, certainly the older ones.
Marcel is A+ and the cost of his report is insignificant compared to the value it adds to the sale price of the car IMHO.
Hope to catch up soon Marcel.
only 1 A+ ?
Here is a YouTube link (part 1 of 4) interview with Marcel.
Great find. Curious about the car Mr. Massini mentioned on part 2.
SO AM I !!!
must be a very special car probably a former race car ou at least an even number car that was suppossed to be scrapped,stolen or with no history after 1954 not that much cars can match that (maybe 10?) there are two that I will defenetly like to see emerged a 1954 and 1953 car only time will tell .
One of the cars I will love to see one day even it's not the one looking for is # 0074E ,still raced in 1955 .
One day when visiting a well know former team director one guy working there told me that they were on the hunt of one of the cars they used to race in the early 50's because the car suppossed to be the car today was not the real one and the real one was somewhere in South America in a very poor shape don't know if his story was true .
Mercy for a karting starter and being late! Fully agree that Marcel is an AAAA guy and may also smile for non-Ferraris. But here he smiles for a prominent owner in a real Ferrari, listed on FC as an original!
Still have not seen any reference to costs for a Massini report. On the average. Please if you can help it no “if I have to ask” comments
No it’s not a “if you have to ask” situation ... very reasonable cost ... depends obviously on the amount of research needed.
Don't forget the 5th episode....amazing !!
Just watched all episodes. Fantastic stuff and required viewing for anyone interested in Ferrari history
great stuff -