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  1. Christian.Fr

    Christian.Fr F1 World Champ

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    There s lot of modifications on this car, interresting car in reality, I Will read the description for this auction.

    Thanks for picture
     
  2. Christian.Fr

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    You don t like it? :)
    You know Rallye of Monaco was something special in 70/80, this préparation was really made for finish the race. Now, concerning weight and the 275 balance... Must be swing swing over ice.
     
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  3. Christian.Fr

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    Afther reading the auction description by Marcel Massini, do you know why the car was classified DNF? which km afther start the race?

    I m always surprised to see how these cars fly over the world..
     
  4. Marcel Massini

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    I did NOT do the auction description.

    Marcel Massini
     
  5. Christian.Fr

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    Well the description be very different without your informations.

    I always thought you wrote all of them, thinking you was in charge to the rédaction of them.
    In my opinion, this description is so much important, sometimes much more than pictures.
     
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  6. Marcel Massini

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    I never write auction catalog descriptions.
    However, I do the research as I've done for 45 years.

    Marcel Massini
     
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  7. turbo-joe

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    what please means DNF?
     
  8. Edward 96GTS

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    DNF=did not finish(race)
     
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  9. of2worlds

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    Which number was the early dark green 275 GTB/2? It was a Cavallino cover car some time ago but they are not accessible here...
     
  10. Marcel Massini

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    06449.

    Marcel Massini
     
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  12. Marcel Massini

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    Marcel, I just sent you an email about that car. Feel free to get in touch if more info is needed.
     
  14. Marcel Massini

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    Email received. I know this car personally since more than 27 years and have inspected it several times.

    Marcel Massini
     
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    Cavallino issue 173.
     
  17. trkevin

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    I was lucky to do the article in Cavallino Magazine 173 about 275 GTB s/n 06449. During the photo shoot in 2009 it was freshly restored and the first time the new owner drove it. As a 275 GTB fanatic it was great to finally see this dark green 1964 Paris Motor Show-car personally which introduced the model. I also loved to discover all the small details that were different from the other 275 GTB production cars, some photos of these details below.

    Best regards

    Kevin Blommaert
     

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  18. Marcel Massini

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    are the front and rear hoods and the doors aluminum and the rest steel/metal ?
     
  20. miurasv

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    #1495 miurasv, Jan 14, 2019 at 6:14 AM
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    Yes. 275 GTBs were also made with full alloy bodies, which I've seen claimed to be both an extra cost and a no cost option. Which is correct I wonder?
     
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  21. Marcel Massini

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    Full alloy was optional at extra cost.

    Marcel Massini
     
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  22. miurasv

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    Thanks, Marcel.
     
  23. 275gtb6c

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    Hello Marcel, any idea about original price with steel and with alloy body? Actually strange though that alloy was more expensive at it is about the same price and easier to form. But than again I am no expert....

    Ciao
    Oscar
     
  24. Marcel Massini

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    1966 price indicated on Italian documents was Italian Lire 5'750'000 for regular steel version.
    Don't know etxra cost.

    Marcel Massini
     
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  25. Christian.Fr

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    What about colors Ext. Int? Something beautiful?
     

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