Not a Ferrari, but...... sold for almost $4M

Discussion in 'American Muscle' started by Keith Brown, Dec 11, 2019.

  1. Keith Brown

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  3. werewolf

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    The only surviving '67 coupe with its original L88 engine?

    Worth every penny :)
  4. boxerman

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    I would say performance wise this car was every bit the equal of its period ferrari peers.
    There are probably way more vette lovers than ferrari fans.
    This car truly is one of few and an exeptional one of one specimen at that, simply put due to rarity and mileage there is and can be no other like it.

    All it takes is one car and more than one buyer.
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    LARRYH F1 Veteran
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    There is a 67 L88 for sale at Kissimmee today the Black over blue conv....
    sold at auction a couple of times before..... should be interesting to see how it does.....
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  8. Phil~

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    I wonder if the 69 ZL1 would ever be put up for sale. That baby is a real unicorn.
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  9. tbakowsky

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    I think there were 3 built..but only one has been fully authenticated, which is the yellow one. It has an interest history behined it.

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