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Artcurial Automobiles sur les Champs October 22, 2023

Volume 48 Issue 21

Nov 4, 2023

Artcurial Auction results

    512 BB, S/N 36259 (1981). Red with beige Daytona seats, black stripes. Estimate €180,000 to €220,000. Supplied new by Maranello Concessionaires to a customer living in Kuwait City. The importer sourced a car from Belgium, from the Francorchamps dealership. Used for a while in England on export plates, before shipping it to Kuwait. Two years later, in 1984, it was sold to a Swedish engineer working in Kuwait who imported it into Sweden. He used the car regularly from 1985 to 1989, as confirmed by the safety inspection reports. In 1989, the Ferrari was bought by a collector and classic car dealer in Sweden. In 2007, the odometer was reading 33,172 km. By March 2009, when its current owner bought it, it had 33,263 km. Maintained regularly. In December 2022, with 37,744 km, a full service was carried out. Including timing belts and tensioners. In excellent original condition.  Lot 39. Sold for €202,640.


    456M GT 2+2, VIN ZFFWP44B000115166 (1999). Blu Tour de France with Cartier Red interior. Estimate €70 000 to €100,000. Sold new in France by Pozzi, and first registered on 5 February 1999. Its current owner bought it in Luxembourg. It has been repainted in its original color, while the leather upholstery is original and well preserved, the plastic switches have not become sticky. Just under 55,000 km. Major service by Pozzi in June 2023, including timing belt, clutch, bonnet struts and engine mounts. CD changer, car cover, user manual, radio manual and a reprint of the service book. Lot 42. Sold for €85,824.



     550 MARANELLO, VIN ZFFZR49B000119560 (2000). Argento Nürburgring with Carta da Zucchero interior. Estimate €80 000 to €120,000. No reserve. Sold new by Pozzi on May 9, 2000, and purchased by its previous owner at an Artcurial auction in 2012. The car had 57,300 km and had been regularly maintained at Charles Pozzi and RS Garage. In 2018 it displayed 74,700 km. It was then the current owner acquired it, during Artcurial’s Le Mans Classic auction sale. He stored the car in his personal collection and consequently not used it regularly. Mileage was 74,784 km at the time of this catalog. The car requires a full service before hitting the road again. Stamped service logbook, original tool kit and user manuals. Lot 8. Sold for €96,552.



    308 GT4, S/N 15416 (1979). Blu Scuro with black interior. Estimate €55,000 to €75,000. Delivered new in France and registered on 23 January 1980. It spent two years in Lot-et-Garonne in 1994 before moving to Allier. It was serviced often between 1997 and 2003 by Auvergne Moteurs Ferrari dealership. It was this same dealership that found it a new owner at the end of 2003, when it had just under 59,000 km. It was kept for around six years before its current owner purchased it in July 2009. Recently, it underwent a major overhaul, including replacement of the timing and accessory belts, front tires, and new exhaust system. It now has less than 73,800 km. Tool kit, puncture kit and owner’s manual. Lot 43. Sold for €67,944.



    308 GTB VETRORESINA, S/N 20331 (1976). Red. Estimate €110,000 to €140,000. Sold new by Pozzi in France to a knowledgeable collector as a gift to his son for obtaining his baccalaureate. When purchased by a previous owner, this Ferrari was upgraded. Everything that was not visible was redone. The car took part in a few regularity rallies without being mishandled. After 2020, the car was barely used and a full service was carried out in January 2022, right before the current owner acquired it that same year. He had the idea of pushing its preparation a bit further in order to take part in Patrick Peter’s events. So, he sent the car to Ferrari Strasbourg. However, considering its healthy original condition he ultimately didn’t want to enter it in a race. The car will be delivered with a 4-headlight strip, recently redone magnesium rims and two original armchairs of which the upholstery has been redone. It will therefore be able to participate in regularity events or be returned to its original configuration. Lot 44. Sold for €125,160.



    328 GTS, VIN ZFFWA20B000080411 (1989). Red with black leather. Estimate €40,000 to €60,000. No reserve. Sold new in France and first registered on 17 May 1989, it has had only three owners. The second of these registered it in February 1991 and its current owner, on 5 October 2006. Its last safety inspection was in 2014 and it has not been driven since at least 2016. It will therefore require recommissioning, with a full service and some tidying-up. The upholstery is in very good condition, as are the carpets. The bodywork is in good order and the car will be supplied with its original papers and manuals. 34,572 km. Lot 69. Sold for €57,216.



    360 SPIDER F1, VIN ZFFYT53B000125144 (2001). Argento Nürburgring with blue leather. Estimate €50,000 to €70,000. No reserve. Before its purchase in 2020 during the Artcurial Motorcars summer auction sale in Monaco, it was (since new) in the ownership of the same family. Mileage was less than 44,750 km in 2020 and always had been subject to meticulous service as evidenced by the invoice file. Recent service where timing belts were replaced, air conditioning was recharged, tires, and rims were repainted. Enjoyed during the summer of 2020 before storing it and not using it. Today, the car has 45,816 km and a service will need to be carried out. Interior trims have small flaws, like a sticky surface. Manuals, tool kit and accessories.  Lot 9. Sold for €54,832.



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