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  1. Marcel Massini

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  7. Marcel Massini

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    #407 Marcel Massini, Nov 25, 2020
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    And that is why recreations that are 100% new build should be somehow be accpeted as a sub class.. Stops the butchering
     
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    Just a simple question, if this car was put to sale side by side with an original 250 gt coupé, wouldn't the second fetch more money?
     
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    Mister Massini do you have the serial number.
    Regards
     
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    You can tell it's a replica too by the guys casually lounging on the on the car :>)
     
  15. Marcel Massini

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    Forty years ago, in September 1980, the 20th Anniversary of the 250 GT SWB Berlinetta was celebrated at Pierre Bardinon's track Mas du Clos near Aubusson in France.
    Here are a few of the cars I saw there.

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  16. merstheman

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    My favorite part about that picture is that the GTO's are in the background.

    Long live the Passo Corto Berlinetta
     
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    Apologies if this question has been answered already elsewhere but which competition cars (both '60 and '61 versions) were raced/tested by the factory?

    The only ones that I've been able to find were 2417GT and 2701GT, both '61 cars. Couldn't find any '60 cars.
     
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    Strolling in Palm Beach Florida and spotted these beauties ... Alloy comp SWB 1757gt and 166 coupe 0060MM if I’m not mistaken!

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    Both correct.
    Clarke Ave in PB.

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  24. jeffmoore

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    Can someone here on the forum help me with a question for a friend. How were the rims of a 250 GT SWB - competitizione? Where they always chromed OR painted/sprayed more matt grey?

    Thank you for your help and knowledge!
     

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