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  1. nschots

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    ¡Ed, beautiful photos! How more beautiful is 0677GT without stripes!

    Thank you for sharing them.

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    Driven by Gendebien and Frere, #64, 1sr overall. There was damage to the front windshield during the race. The entire rear window was removed during the race to allow the air to pass thru the cockpit and there is a photo of Gendebien sitting thru the empty rear window during the victory parade. Anyone who this picture should post it. It's a classic. tonga's crew
     
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    Yes maybe! It was magical.
     
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    This is a, if not the, most beautiful car
     
  7. Jeff Kennedy

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    I saw 0677 body when it arrived back from John Hadjuk completely stripped. It was interesting to see how old damages in the nose had not had the metal repaired. It was apparent that it had just been bondo'd back to shape.

    A truly significant car. Part of the 250 outside plug engine development.
     
  8. roma1280

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    Fantastic pics, thank you for posting.
     
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  12. Christian.Fr

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    Looks a DB near the 275, which one 5?
    Do you have a pic with the & DB 275 outside?
     
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    Yes 1964 DB5. I will take some outside pics
     
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    Very good, Congrats Mark!
    I don t remember to see this paire of cars side by side.
    Take your time we have also a thread for 275.

    Sorry for beeing out of subject
     
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    Yes, after a repaint from red to grey.

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    Thanks Marcel, jaw dropping and gorgeous.
    A gracious owner too.
     
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    Thank you so much
     
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    My take on all the "tdf's".


    FERRARI 250 GT LWB “Tour de France” Berlinetta

    Series 1 – No Louvre (13 No: Built)

    1) 0503GT – 1956 – Scaglietti
    2) 0507GT – 1956 – Scaglietti
    3) 0509GT – 1956 – Scaglietti
    4) 0513GT – 1956 – Scaglietti
    5) 0515GT – 1956 – Zagato (No Louvre)
    6) 0537GT – 1956 – Zagato (No Louvre)
    7) 0539GT – 1956 – Scaglietti
    8) 0555GT – 1956 – Scaglietti
    9) 0557GT – 1956 – Scaglietti
    10) 0563GT – 1956 – Scaglietti
    11) 0619GT – 1957 – Scaglietti (Re-numbered to 0805GT in December 1957)
    12) 0665GT – 1957 – Zagato (No Louvre)
    13) 0689GT – 1957 – Zagato (No Louvre)


    Series 2 – 14 Louvres (9 No: Built)

    1) 0585GT – 1956 – Scaglietti
    2) 0597GT – 1957 – Scaglietti
    3) 0607GT – 1957 – Scaglietti
    4) 0629GT – 1957 – Scaglietti
    5) 0647GT – 1957 – Scaglietti
    6) 0677GT – 1957 – Scaglietti
    7) 0683GT – 1957 – Scaglietti
    8) 0703GT – 1957 – Scaglietti
    9) 0707GT – 1957 – Scaglietti


    Series 3 – 3 Louvres (18 No: Built)

    1) 0723GT – 1957- Scaglietti
    2) 0731GT – 1957- Scaglietti
    3) 0733GT – 1957- Scaglietti
    4) 0747GT – 1957- Scaglietti
    5) 0749GT – 1957- Scaglietti
    6) 0753GT – 1957- Scaglietti
    7) 0763GT – 1957- Scaglietti
    8) 0767GT – 1957- Scaglietti
    9) 0771GT – 1957- Scaglietti
    10) 0773GT – 1957- Scaglietti
    11) 0781GT – 1957- Scaglietti
    12) 0787GT – 1958- Scaglietti
    13) 0793GT – 1958- Scaglietti (Converted to 1 Louvre)
    14) 0805GT – 1957- Scaglietti (Re-numbered from 0619GT in December 1957)
    15) 0879GT – 1958- Scaglietti
    16) 0881GT – 1958- Scaglietti
    17) 0839GT – 1958- Scaglietti
    18) 0895GT – 1958- Scaglietti (Converted to 1 Louvre in 1960)


    Series 4 – 1 Louvre (26 No: Built)

    1) 0897GT – 1958 – Scaglietti
    2) 0899GT – 1958 – Scaglietti
    3) 0901GT – 1958 – Scaglietti
    4) 0903GT – 1958 – Scaglietti
    5) 0905GT – 1958 – Scaglietti
    6) 0907GT – 1958 – Scaglietti
    7) 0909GT – 1958 – Scaglietti
    8) 0911GT – 1958 – Scaglietti
    9) 0925GT – 1958 – Scaglietti
    10) 0931GT – 1958 – Scaglietti
    11) 0933GT – 1958 – Scaglietti
    12) 0967GT – 1958 – Scaglietti
    13) 0969GT – 1958 – Scaglietti
    14) 0971GT – 1958 – Scaglietti
    15) 0973GT – 1958 – Scaglietti
    16) 1031GT – 1958 – Scaglietti
    17) 1033GT – 1958 – Scaglietti
    18) 1035GT – 1958 – Scaglietti
    19) 1037GT – 1958 – Scaglietti
    20) 1039GT – 1958 – Scaglietti
    21) 1113GT – 1958 – Scaglietti
    22) 1127GT – 1958 – Scaglietti
    23) 1139GT – 1958 – Scaglietti
    24) 1141GT – 1958 – Scaglietti
    25) 1143GT – 1959 – Scaglietti
    26) 1161GT – 1959 – Scaglietti


    Series 5 – 1 Louvre (11 No: Built)

    1) 1309GT – 1959 – Scaglietti
    2) 1321GT – 1959 – Scaglietti
    3) 1333GT – 1959 – Scaglietti
    4) 1335GT – 1959 – Scaglietti
    5) 1353GT – 1959 – Scaglietti
    6) 1357GT – 1959 – Scaglietti
    7) 1367GT – 1959 – Zagato (No Louvre)
    8) 1385GT – 1959 – Scaglietti
    9) 1389GT – 1959 – Scaglietti
    10) 1399GT – 1959 – Scaglietti
    11) 1401GT – 1959 – Scaglietti


    13+9+18+26+11= 77
     
  24. roma1280

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    Yes I think that's a pretty complete list. Only thing I would dispute would be 0895gt, I have color film of the car when it left the factory in 1958 with one louvre, so I believe it is the first single louvre. There would therefore be 17 3 louvre cars and 27 single louvre cars.
     
  25. NEP

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    Data on old Ferraris is always controversial.

    A photograph of a similar car. Copyright: Richard Owen / Supercars. Net.

    This is how 0895GT would have originally looked with 3 louvres in March 1958.
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