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    Mr Cerutti
     
  2. Christian.Fr

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    #2235GT - Carrozzeria Fantuzzi. It's always sad to see that so many cars have lost their bumpers.
     
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    At first look, your picture looks a diorama :) it wS one of first car and coffee, want to say 1970/72?
     
  6. colombo2cam

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    it was Algar the Ferrari dealership Rosemont Pa. in 1972 - this is right across the street from their current location
     
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    Waow! I confuse the dealership with a coffee shop... I must consult my ophthalmologist
    Do you remember the white car?
     
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    500 Superfast 6307 SF of Norman Silver.
     
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    Judging by what I can see of shapes of the front deck, roof, and rear fender.... I'm pretty sure it is a Mangusta.
     
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    I wonder if it is the Automobile Quarterly car?
     
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    Carroll Shelby at Cuba 1957
     
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    Do you have any photos from Nassau Dec.1956?
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    Did not know it was posted before - this came in an email back in 2013 from my friend Frank D. who used to be the manager at Algar. His email said the following.

    How about the cars out front; two brand new Dinos, a Superfast, a deTomaso Mangusta and my first demo 2000 Spider Veloce!!
     
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  18. Marcel Massini

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    These pix are poor copies lifted from Stan Grayson's outstanding book "Ferrari, the Man, the Machines", published 1975 by Automobile Quarterly in USA.

    Marcel Massini
     
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    Racing in dungarees, like some kind of chicken farmer ;)
     
  20. Manel Baró

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    C.Shelby at the wheel of the 410S Ferrari, chassis # 0598CM, entered by J. Edgar. She exceptionally wears race nr 18 instead Shelby`s habitual 98 one. Shelby came home 2nd behind J-M Fangio 300S Maser, chassis # 3071, before a hard but unfortunate De Portago's 857S, (3rd + fastest lap).
     

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