SN0216 - 1952

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  1. amerikalei

    amerikalei Karting

    May 23, 2011
    I found these two pictures sent by a friend from Jacksonville about 1981. The car was imported to the US from Argentina and I recall there was a connection with F. Gonzales. At that time I only knew him from a '70's era Road & Track photo captioned "In my day the tires were skinny and the drivers were big...". Not sure if it was a 212 or 225 based on the notes on the photos, but the serial number is consistent. Not much info in any of my admittedly older source books. I'd be curious to learn more of it's history. I'm still in contact with the friend who sent them so if anyone has recollections of the car or the time, I'll be sure to relay them. Photos Copyright Astrid Carroll. Thanks.
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  3. Marcel Massini

    Marcel Massini F1 World Champ

    Mar 2, 2005
    David G. Carroll of Jacksonville owned 0216 ED from 1982 to 1985.
    See also Ferrari Market Letter, Volume 8 #7.
    It also is the cover car of Cavallino magazine #201 of June 2014.
    And perfectly featured in the outstanding book "Ferrari Argentina", authored by Cris Bertschi.

    Marcel Massini
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  4. amerikalei

    amerikalei Karting

    May 23, 2011

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