Spotted in Cohasset, Massachusetts is a Ferrari 333 SP Front Body for $5,000 USD. The seller states this is from the lienhard/ moretti Daytona race car that was damaged and then repaired. its a great piece of wall art and would impress any car enthusiast. I noticed the louvers above the wheels arches are not functional. Was this the case with real race cars? Cool piece of memorabilia.
Price $5,000 USD
Spotted in Modesto, California is a 1967 Alfa Romeo GTC Convertible for $225,000 USD. The seller states this 3 owner car has been professionally restored and always maintained very well. According to the iWikipedia the cabriolet was only offered in 1965 and 1966. There were a total of 1,000 examples built by Carrozzeria Touring of Milan. The cabriolet was introduced to the press at the Monza race track on 4 March 1965, and then made its public debut at the March 1965 Geneva Motor Show
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Spotted in Cohasset, Massachusetts is a Ferrari Formula One F93A Front Nose Cone for $3,500 USD. The seller doesnt provide much information. I am curious how he was able to get this piece and would like to verify its authenticity. this is the nose cone for Jean Alesi F93A Formula One car. It has been restored and painted but the decals have not been applied yet.
Price $3,500 USD
Spotted in New York is a 1994 Ferrari 512TR for $399,000 USD. This car has less than 3,300 Original Miles! Black with black interior. Seller states this is an all original, no alterations, modifications or deletions. 2015 winner Greenwich Concours Best Supercar. 2016 winner FCA Best Ferrari in class. 100 point Platinum show car. FCA documented letter from judge states this car to have no deductions. Engine serviced 200 miles and five years ago. A fully detailed show car. Flawless paint and
Spotted in Washington is a 1992 Ferrari 512TR Silver for $298,000 USD. This is a rare silver color with black leather. It only has 11,631 original miles and has only has 2 owners since new. The seller states this car has been given Ferrari Classiche Certification and has won “First In Class” winner 4 years in a row (2014-2017) at the Northwest Region of the Ferrari Club of America Concourse. The original window sticker is included showing MSRP at $195,600 USD and the original delivery to Grand Prix Motorsporst in Seattle, Washington. These cars are notorious like many Ferrari models for the sticky interior trim pieces. This has been corrected by the seller which is a nice bonus. Also a plus is the major service was completed only 1,500 miles ago which included valve/ cam timing , new timing belt/ tensioners, new valve cover gasket, new cam seals, new accessory belt, new engine oil filter, new brake fluid, new coolant, new gear oil ,and new AC Freon/ Filter totaling $9,930 USD.
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Spotted in Hartwell, Georgia is a 1994 Ferrari 348 Spider for $54,900 USD. The seller states this car is in great condition and he has owned it for 3 years. It has 39,000 miles and just has a $13,000 USD major service. This 348 has 355 wheels and there is no mention of the original wheels.
What do you think of this 348 spider?