Ferrari

Ferrari 308 GT4 Tribute to Niki Lauda Found in LA

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Ferrari 308 GT4 Tribute to Niki Lauda

Spotted for sale is a Ferrari 308 GT4 Tribute to Niki Lauda for $65,950 USD. The seller states this is a 1975 Ferrari 308GT4 painted as a tribute to Niki Lauda and Clay Regazzoni. This car is duplicating the graphics found on 2 original factory 308GT4 cars provided to both drivers at the inaugural 1976 Long Beach Grand Prix. The graphics were inspired by the Formula One 312T race car. Also at this LBGP race, Clay Regazzoni was able to accomplish the triple crown in auto racing by Qualifying First, Race Winner , and Setting the Fastest Lap! It is in excellent condition with over $125,000 invested in the restoration which includes mechanical, electrical, and custom work. It has a european bumper conversion, stainless custom exhaust system, and more.

1984 Ferrari 400i Convertible Found in Nevada

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1984 Ferrari 400i Convertible

1984 Ferrari 400i Convertible Found in Los Angeles for $20,000 USD. I was recently offered a 400i convertible conversion without the motor for 29k. This would seem to be a much better deal. The seller states that Grandpa tried to make a convertible out of this 400i. I am interested to see the top mechanism move up and down. This looks like it could be home made. It is a running driving car with its original interior and 12 cylinder motor! Car comes with a clean title and currently located in Nevada.

1981 Ferrari 400I Fire Damaged Found in California

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1981 Ferrari 400I Fire Damage

Spotted for Sale is a 1981 Ferrari 400I with Fire Damage. This eBay auction is for the whole car with v12 engine but unfortunately the seller lost multiple collector cars in a recent fire. Very Sad News. This car has only 7,000 original miles. The seller says it was kept on a concrete floor which may have left the rear end, gears, transmission, differential, internal engine parts in salvageable shape. Starting Bid on this car was $3,000 now reduced to a starting bid of $2,500. What do you think you could salvage out of this ? What would you do with this?