BONHAMS - THE GOODWOOD FESTIVAL OF SPEED SALE JULY 13, 2018

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Volume 43 Issue 16

Aug 4, 2018

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    250 GT PF COUPE, S/N 1567 GT (1959). Silver with tan leather. Estimate $720,000 to $860,000. Delivered new to the USA in November 1959. Bare metal repaint in 2013. In 2014, the engine was completely overhauled. The motor was rebuilt around a new and correct replacement cylinder block, supplied by Ferrari, while the original cylinder heads, crankshaft, and connecting rods were retained. The cylinder heads were modified to accept coil valve springs, replacing the original hairpin type. Borrani wire wheels with new Pirelli Cinturato tires. Classiche certification.  Lot 342. Sold for $768,194.

    330 GT 2+2 SERIES I, S/N 5839 GT (1964 RHD). Blue with tan leather. Estimate $180,000 to $240,000. Substantial and well-organized history file containing the original Service Handbook, Spare Parts Catalog with annotated hand-written notes of services with dates and mileage. There is also a collection of fascinating correspondence between Maranello Concessionaires, and the car’s original owner, Oscar Swan. These letters document the entire purchasing process including a demonstration drive and Mr. Swan going to Milan to collect his new Ferrari. Towards the decade’s end the Ferrari was exported to the USA. Repatriated to the UK the Ferrari was extensively re-commissioned in 2014. Services carried out included overhauling the suspension and brakes, replacing the exhaust system, servicing the engine, and rebuilding the gearbox. With photocopied handbook, original workshop manual, and original technical information plus original handbook and spare parts catalogue. The history file contains everything back to a copy of the original Certificato d’Origine of 1964. Lot 317. Sold for $207,793.

    365 GTB/4, S/N 13333 (1970 RHD). Silver with red leather. Estimate $760,000 to $840,000. One of 149 right-hand drive, one of only 42 right-hand Plexiglas models made, and the only one finished in Argento Auteil Metallizato with Rosso interior. Offered for sale in 1984 with 29,000 miles. Then in long-term ownership before being sold in mid-2007. It spent a few years in Australia before returning to the UK in 2015. An older restoration, still in immaculate condition, 45,380 miles, with Cromodora wheels, correct wood-rim steering wheel, and no headrests. History reports from Marcel Massini and Ed Callow. Complete with tool kit, owner’s book pack, current MoT, and Ferrari Classiche certification. Lot 338. Not sold.

    550 MARANELLO, VIN ZFFZR49C000108106 (1997 RHD). Grigio Titanium with Bordeaux leather. Estimate $120,000 to $160,000. First registered in April 1997, this is offered from the private collection of automotive photographer Patrick Gosling, who worked closely with Scuderia Ferrari in the early 2000s. Featured with the optional Lusso quilted rear parcel shelf, two Tracker systems, and a Tubi exhaust. The car was featured in the Ferrari Owners Club magazine in June 2017. Complete with comprehensive recent service records and receipts. Original tool kit in leather case, original books in their leather wallet, and both key fobs: red and black. 46,500 miles. Lot 385. Sold for $122,800.

    575M MARANELLO F1, VIN ZFFBT55C000132365 (2003 RHD). Grigio Titanio with burgundy leather. Estimate $92,000 to $110,000. Optioned with the full Fiorano handling package. Other features include factory 19” wheels, sport exhaust system, and a full leather-trimmed parcel shelf. Less than 3,000 miles ago a full service included changing the cam belts and clutch. Also with full service history consisting of the service booklet (13 stamps), numerous bills, and a quantity of expired MoT certificates. 62,900 miles. Lot 368. Sold for $93,330.

    246 GT, S/N 05328 (1972). Red. Estimate $130,000 to $170,000. Originally finished in Giallo Fly with black vinyl interior delivered new in Rome. Acquired by the late owner in the early 1980s. Later was fitted with a replacement engine, which had been rebuilt and dynamometer tested. The car has sat in a Midlands garage for 35-or-so years and will require a certain amount of re-commissioning. Lot 334. Sold for $186,161.

    246 GT, S/N 06248 (1973 RHD). Red with black leather. Estimate $240,000 to $320,000. Built for the UK market and first registered on 2nd July 1973. In November 1983, the Ferrari was sold to the vendor’s father. The car has remained in the same family ownership since. Originally white it was repainted red in 1984. The original seats have been re-trimmed in black leather, all other trim is original. Notes on file record the mileage as 25,356 in 1979 and 43,320 in 2009. Currently 45,610 miles. The file also contains records of work carried out, journeys undertaken, and expired MoTs dating back to 1978. Runs and drives well, presents well and has some room for cosmetic improvement. Repair and workshop manuals included. Lot 365. Sold for $262,783.

    308 GTS QV, VIN ZFFLA13C00055059 (1984 RHD). Red with crema leather. Estimate $99,000 to $120,000. Sold new in 1985 in Birmingham before being exported to Spain in 2004. Re-imported in  1999. Purchased by the current (sixth) owner in 2013. He has partly restored the car, including replacing the CD player and has covered 150 miles while in his ownership. In the history file there are various invoices for parts and work carried out. Some documents from the car’s time in Spain; a list of past owners and servicing up to September 2013. With original Ferrari book pack, handbook, warranty card, tool kits (x2), etc. A quantity of spare parts and a workshop/parts manual are included in the sale. Lot 360. Sold for $90,383.

 

 

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