It was factory delivered with fat rear fenders, lightweight interior, plastic windows, aluminum front bumper and doors, fiberglass rear bumper in blood orange just as the Werks Cars of 1970. This car has incredible rally history including Monte Carlo. The historical images first show the car as a fat fender light weight Groupe 4 car in 1970 as it was originally built by Porsche. In 1971 the owner fitted the car out as a more standard looking 911S to compete in Groupe 3. This is likely what saved the car as it was bought by an unassuming American as a street car in the 1970’s. He imported her to the U.S. then stored the ST in his barn in Nebraska in 1983 where the car the car was discovered earlier this year. It remains in as found condition.
Spotted for sale is a 1965 Ferrari 206 SP Engine for $74,950 USD. Ferraris Online is offering this engine that came from Luigi Chinetti NART Team Inventory. In 1977 the Chinetti and NART parts inventory was sold to Will Haible in San Leando, California. Will Haible also acquired a selection of panels and parts from Stephen Griswold’s Fabrication shop.
Just sold on 7/22/2020 is a 1988 BMW M3 with 8k Miles for $250,000 USD + Auction Premiums.
Spotted for sale is a 1955 500 Mondial Series II Engine for $129,500. Ferraris Online has this engine rare engine for sale. This engine came from an amazing selection of original and well documented parts that came from the Luigi Chinetti NART Team inventory.