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Discussion in 'Vintage (thru 365 GTC4)' started by roma1280, May 9, 2014.
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The 275 GTB shown in the pictures definitely isn't s/n 06449!
It does not have the round rain gutters above the door (very early 275 GTB's), washer mounts next to the wipers and many other special features from 06449.
The green 275 GTB shortnose of Guy Berryman is #07009.
Very phoned..... but great to have the #
Love yellow on these cars.
Picture from the early 80's in my parents driveway in Carmel. Wonder where this car is today.
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^. nice. your dads car?
I wish. A family friends. I used to walk by his house up the street on the way to high school in the seventies. It was in the carport under a cover. I knew what it was. In college I ended up doing drafting on projects for him. He used to stop by when he needed to run it, honk his horn and we’d go out for a quick run on Carmel Valley Rd.
He sold it without telling me in the mid eighties. I would have bought it.
Chassis number? What was the name of your friend who owned the car?
I do not know. Robert Belter, Carmel. Not an active Ferrari guy back then as I remember.
Owned at the time by Robert Belter, a retired Navy captain.
Belter sold it 12 December 1985 and received US$ 32'500.
Restamped engine number and restamped chassis number as well. Corrected later.
Yup thats him.
why would you restamp a chassis?
According to barchetta.cc 07207 was rebodied in alloy.
Pictured here in Padova in 2010.
Mike Sheehan had it for sale in 1988 "rebodied in alloy"