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Mecum Indiana State Fairgrounds - 14-22, May 2021

Volume 46 Issue 12

Jun 5, 2021

Mecum Indiana State Fairgrounds auction, 14-22, May 2021 selected Ferraris

    250 GTE 2+2 SERIES II, S/N 3739 GT (1962). Red with tan interior. Estimate $375,000 to $425,000. Delivered new to Luigi Chinetti Motors. Its early ownership is unknown, but it is known to have been in good driver-quality condition when its 30-year owner purchased it in October 1988 with 48,033 miles on the odometer. Two years later, a full nut-and-bolt rotisserie restoration was begun by T’s Sunrise and 3R Automotive in Englewood, Colorado, during which time the original body was replaced with correct Pininfarina Series II Body No. 64, the number stamped on the hood, trunk floor and inner fender walls. The restoration was quite thorough; the entire drivetrain, including engine, was completely rebuilt and the entire car was refinished to excellent condition. Just 2,500 miles since it was completed in June 1997. Correct Securit windows, Marchal headlights, a restored Blaupunkt Frankfurt radio and new 185VR15 Pirelli Cinturato CA67 tires on chromed Borrani wire wheels. Gleaming paint, glass and brightwork, concours-quality engine compartment and undercarriage detailing, and a pristine tan leather interior with correct 250-series instruments. Owner’s manual copy, jack, toolkit, emergency equipment, restoration records and historical documentation that includes Marcel Massini and Ferrari Market Letter history reports. Lot S187. Not sold at $250,000 high bid.


    250 TR/61 SPIDER CORSA REPLICA, S/N 8109 GT. Red with blue seats. Estimate $575,000 to $675,000. This Ferrari started life as a 1965 330 GT 2+2 and was delivered to Jacques Swaters’ Garage Francorchamps in Brussels, Belgium. It made its way to the U.S., where it lived until 1995 when it was acquired by Motorima Coachbuilding Company of Rydaholm, Sweden. Motorima then proceeded to rebody the car as an exacting replica of the 1961 250 TR61 with a handcrafted aluminum body fashioned using factory drawings. Today, this stunning TR61 recreation features a true 3967cc Ferrari V-12 engine (S/N 6251 GT) that transmits 300 HP through its 5-speed transmission and recently received an engine-out reseal and service in 2020 by DriverSource in Houston, Texas. The car is accompanied by various pieces of documentation, including copies of the original invoice, build sheets and factory documents, a mechanical restoration photo file and Marcel Massini history report. The Ferrari also comes with its Suixtil drivers bag, driving gloves and Pacto helmet, original artwork by Wayne Huffaker and original MG-built TR “Shark Nose” Ferrari licensed pedal car, circa 1961. Lot S144. Not sold at $450,000 high bid.


    330 GTC, S/N 9955 (1967). Rosso corsa with cuoio interior. Estimate $625,000 to $675,000. Matching-numbers, constructed for the European market and equipped with air conditioning and power windows. By the late 1990s, the car was in La Jolla, California, and was red with a cream-colored leather interior. Recently, within about the last 1,000 miles, the engine was rebuilt by John Hajduk’s Motorkraft Ltd. The paintwork is very nice with straight body panels and excellent fit and door shut. The glass and lenses are excellent, and the chrome is very nice with minimal evidence of aging. This example retains the often-missing lower fiberglass radiator shroud. Borrani wire wheels and Michelin XWXs with correct knock-offs. The interior was redone in 2013 in cuoio leather with correct black vinyl in proper areas. Becker AM/FM unit. Factory-correct wood-rimmed wheel and the dash is finished in the correct semi-gloss varnish. Tool roll and owner’s manual. 45,798 miles. Lot S161. Sold for $550,000.


    365 GTB/4, S/N 15443 (1972). Red with tan leather. Estimate $550,000 to $585,000. Power windows, a wood-rimmed Nardi steering wheel. Concours-quality fit, finish and detailing. ANSA exhaust and Michelin XWX radials, Borrani wire wheels. Books, warranty card, service records and tool roll. 42,182 miles. Lot F172. Not sold at $500,000 high bid.


    456 GTA, VIN ZFFWP50A6V0108367 (1997). Black with tan interior. Estimate $50,000 to $60,000. No reserve. From the Moonshiner collection. 20,000 miles. Automatic air splitter at rear. Set of matching Ferrari Scuderia luggage. Tool kit in matching leather Ferrari case. Manuals in matching leather Ferrari case. Lot F93. Sold for $66,000.


    550 BARCHETTA, VIN ZFFZR52B000124220 (2001). #242/448. Rosso corsa with nero interior. 1,198 miles. Timing belt service performed by Ferrari of Fort Lauderdale on March 6, 2020, at 1,159 miles at a cost of $4,212.09. Lot S100.1. Sold for $357,500.


    575M MARANELLO F1, VIN ZFFBV55A620127395 (2002). Rosso corsa with nero interior. Estimate $100,000 - $125,000. From the Marshall Goldman collection. No reserve. Daytona-style seats with contrast red piping, navigation and leather rear shelf. Scuderia shields, 18-inch alloy wheels with Michelins, red calipers. Window sticker, factory literature and tool kit. 16,612 miles. Lot S168. Sold for $99,000.


    SA APERTA, VIN ZFF72RHA8B0177989 (2011). Rosso Fuoco with nero interior. Estimate $950,000 to $1.05 million. From the Marshall Goldman collection. No reserve. An original U.S. delivery example showing 4,345 miles. Matte silver windshield surround and removable roof panel. Nero interior with rosso contrast stitching and Cavallino Rampante embroidered on headrests. Recaro power sport seats.  Dash and interior trim panels, accented with gloss black surfaces on the steering wheel, shift paddles and other driving zone surfaces, and carbon fiber trim on the seats. Aluminum brake calipers, Scuderia shields, red tach, front and rear parking sensors, iPod connectivity and Pirelli PZero tires on 20-inch sculpted alloy wheels. Classiche Certification. Complete with factory tool kit, car cover, battery charger, nero soft top and manuals. 4,345 miles. Lot S167. Sold for $880,000.


    328 GTS, VIN ZFFXA20A8H0074179 (1987). Rossa corsa with tan leather. Estimate $75,000 to $100,000. Electric windows, locks and antenna. Air conditioning. One repaint in original Rosso corsa. Removable targa top. Cromodora wheels. 32,685 miles. Lot S154. Sold for $90,200.


    F430 SPIDER F1, VIN ZFFEW59A580164662 (2008). White with burgundy interior. Estimate $85,000 to $110,000. Black-painted aluminum wheels with yellow center caps. Interior trimmed in carbon fiber. Traction control, yellow calipers, Scuderia shields. Driver and passenger lumbar support, and power convertible top. Lot T175. Sold for $88,000.


    458 ITALIA, VIN ZFF67NFA0A0175774 (2010). Black with red interior. Estimate $165,000 to $175,000. No reserve. From the Moonshiner collection. Service and inspection performed at Ferrari of Atlanta at a cost of $1,409.74 in January 2021. Optional carbon fiber. Custom Forgiato wheels, original wheels with tires included. 18,081 miles. Lot F87. Sold for $242,000.



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