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Volume 45 Issue 13

Jun 20, 2020




    250 GTE 2+2 SERIES 1, S/N 2961 GT (1961). Grigio Argento with beige leather. Estimate €280,000 to €320,000. Completed on 3 November 1961. It was destined for the dealer in Turin. It was exported to France and registered in August 1969. Remaining in France, the car has survived in highly original and cosmetically unrestored condition. It was acquired by the consignor in April of 2015,who ordered a mechanical overhaul; invoices for this work are on file. Chassis no. 2961 was featured in the May 2018 edition of GT Italia magazine. Lot 391. Not sold at €245,000 high bid.

    330 GTC, S/N 10211 (1967). Rosso Cina with nero leather. Estimate €390,000 to €450,000. Single ownership for 33 years. European example with instruments in kilometers and Borrani wire wheels. Completed in July 1967 and delivered to Auto Becker in Düsseldorf, Germany. By the mid-1970s it was exported to Switzerland, and in 1987 it was purchased by the consignor’s father accounting for 33 years of uninterrupted single ownership. Annually serviced as needed, and in recent years it has received new brakes, hoses, work to the suspension, and a new battery. In 1993 the coachwork was refinished in the original factory color at which time the engine was also resealed. Confirmed to be retaining its original chassis, engine, and gearbox. 82,193 km. Lot 354. Not sold at €355,000 high bid.

    365 GTC/4, S/N 14931 (1971). Avorio Tetrarch with black leather and red Tartan inserts. Estimate €250,000 to €300,000. Air conditioning and power windows. Delivered new to Luigi Chinetti Motors. The 365 GTC/4 stayed in the United States through the 1990s before being exported to Australia, where it was used briefly as a race car. In 2016 the car was shipped to London, where it was restored to its original paint color. Classiche certification, confirming the original engine. Accompanied by correct owner’s manuals with pouch, as well as invoices from its restoration. Lot 367. Sold for €264,000.

    365 GT4/BB, S/N 17561 (1974). Rosso Chiaro with nero leather. Estimate €220,000 to €260,000. Delivered to its first Italian owner in February 1974. It was exported to France in the late 1970s, before being owned by Formula 1 driver, Jean-Pierre Jabouille, who reportedly purchased the car as a project in a tired state. Unfortunately, the restoration never took place and the car spent in excess of twenty years being used for ancillary parts at Charles Pozzi’s Ferrari distributorship outside Paris. It is not known exactly why the car was taken off the road at this time, although evidence of the rear clamshell opening at speed and damage to the lower bodywork on its right-hand side was found prior to the restoration. Its major components (including the original engine and gearbox) were never separated and was rescued by its current owner as a project in 2005, who then began a comprehensive restoration. One glance at the 200-page book that chronicles the entire restoration of the car will demonstrate the love, care and attention for detail that went into the rebuild. Paperwork for all accompanies the sale. Only 3,000 km since being put back on the road.  Lot 397. Sold for €275,000.

    512 BBi, VIN ZFFJA09B000047865 (1983). Nero with cuoio leather. Estimate €140,000 to €190,000. Delivered new in Germany in late 1983. Specified in Nero ‘senza strisce nera’ (full metallic below the waistline) paintwork with cuoio leather. It retains the period audio head unit and driver-orientated graphic equalizer. A US importation plate in the driver’s-side door sill shows it was imported into the United States in November of 1983. By 2008, the car had returned to Europe and was registered in Europe in June of that year. Its current German owner purchased the car from France in November 2014. It has remained with him since then and still presents very well throughout. Lot 390. Sold for €198,000.

    575M MARANELLO F1, VIN ZFFBT55B000129317 (2002). Rosso corsa with cuoio leather. Estimate €80,000 to €100,000. Originally delivered in 2002. Subsequently resold in 2005 before being exported to the UK as a two-owner car in 2016, where it has resided ever since. Fiorano Handling package, enamel Scuderia wing shields, hifi option, rear parcel shelf trimmed in leather, and optional leather-wrapped fire extinguisher. Four annual services carried out within 300 km of each other in 2016, 2017, 2018, and then at Graypaul Ferrari Nottingham in 2019. Less than 48,000 km. Lot 344. Not sold at €68,000 high bid.

    GTC4LUSSO, VIN ZFF82WNB000233645 (2018). Bianco Italia with Blu Sterling leather. Estimate €260,000 to €320,000. This particular example bears the 70th anniversary livery #9, ‘White Spider’, on the GTC4Lusso platform, which paid homage to the Ferrari 375 MM Spider. This unique version is made special with its Bianco Italia paintwork adorned with two Blu Pozzi racing stripes. The interior benefits from Blu Sterling leather with blue Mycroprestige details, blue carbon-fibre trims, and carpets in a cut-proof Superfabric.  800 km. Lot 392. Sold for €341,000.

    DINO 208 GT4, S/N 11018 (1975). Red with black interior. Estimate €40,000 to €50,000. Unrestored, original example with less than 74,500 km. Three previous owners in Belgium and Italy. Lot 379. Sold for €45,100.


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