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Broad Arrow Amelia Island March 4th, 2023

Volume 48 Issue 6

Mar 18, 2023

Broad Arrow kicked off it's inaugural Amelia Auction with a small selection of Ferraris.

    365 GTB/4 COMPETIZIONE CONVERSION, S/N 12681 (1969). Red. Estimate $600,000 to $650,000. Started life as a plexi-nose road car for the European market. Sold new to Milan, Italy, in July 1969. Originally finished in Verde Pino with beige Connolly leather. It made its way to the United States in 1976. In March 1979 it  was carefully disassembled by Foreign Cars Italia to begin a full restoration and competizione conversion. By October 1983, the incomplete car was sold to the Netherlands. Its Dutch owner promptly completed the conversion, concluding his work in 1985. A further two Dutch owners followed and then entered a 15-year stewardship in Holland. The succeeding decade saw the Ferrari return to the U.S. before being acquired by the Virginia-based collection of its late owner in 2009. The engine was treated to a full rebuild in 2016. The consignor states that a replacement engine block was sourced from the Netherlands for the rebuild. Offered with a removed spoiler that was previously mounted to the trunk lid, an additional set of alloy 15” Campagnolo wheels, and an FIA Historic Technical Passport dated 11 July 2014. 82,323 miles. Lot 206. Sold for $588,000.



    TESTAROSSA, VIN ZFFSG17A9M0089549 (1991). Bianco with rosso leather. Estimate $160,000 to $180,000. Registered to its first owner in Illinois on 1 September 1992. The Ferrari changed hands in the late 1990s, spending time in New York and Connecticut before finding its way to Georgia in 2001. Over the succeeding decade, it was regularly driven and dutifully maintained in the North Carolina area before joining a private collection in 2014. 33,023 miles. Lot 110. Sold for $179,200.



    308 GTB VETRORESINA, S/N 19579 (1976). Giallo Fly with tobacco leather seats. Estimate $160,000 to $200,000. Imported by Chinetti-Garthwaite Imports and delivered to Algar Enterprises, Philadelphia, PA, in January 1977. Sold to its first owner in Maryland until 1982 when it was sold to New Jersey. It then passed through a series of long-term owners in the New Jersey area over the next two decades. Acquired by the current owner in 2018. 14,000 miles. Classiche Red Book. Lot 145. Sold for $173,600.



    308 GTS QV, VIN ZFFUA13A1E0050987 (1984). Rosso corsa with beige Connolly leather. Estimate $80,000 to $110,000. Belt service completed in January 2023 in preparation for this sale. A set of four Michelin 205/55 tires were fit to the optional 16” five-spoke alloys, leaving the original and unused spare wheel with its factory-fit Pirelli. The air conditioning system was recharged with R134a. 21,700 miles. Lot 134. Sold for $100,800.



    F355 BERLINETTA, VIN ZFFPR41A6S0100630 (1995). Giallo with nero leather. Estimate $170,000 to $220,000. First registered in Wisconsin before movng to New York, where it would remain with its original owner for over a decade. Sold to its second owner in 2013. Acquired by the consignor in 2013. Speedline five-spoke alloy wheels. Leather shows light creasing commensurate with normal use. Service invoices. 19,043 miles. Lot 140. Sold for $162,400.



    488 PISTA, VIN ZFF90HLA9L0253897 (2020). Grass green with nero interior. Estimate $600,000 to $650,000. Ordered with over $175,000 in options. Dual nero racing stripes, 20” single-piece carbon fiber wheels and exterior carbon fiber upgrades. Matte green carbon fiber interior trim and large carbon fiber racing seats featuring verde accent stitching. Suspension lifter, parking cameras, adaptive front light system, and Apple CarPlay. 968 miles. Lot 173. Sold for $643,000.



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