Spotted in Costa Mesa, California is a 1963 Ferrari V12 250 Engine and Transmission for $125,000 USD. The seller states this was taken out of a Ferrari 212 over 10 years ago. The Engine shows the numbers 3495 , 100/62E , and 128/F. The Transmission is numbered 539 65748 and 506E 55719. Another section shows 507-E. Can anyone shed some light on these numbers?
Price $125,000 USD
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 Ojai, California is an Original Lamborghini Countach Rear Wing for $8,500 USD. This is the real deal. This Lamborghini Countach LP500 V Wing is in excellent condition for its age. All Original with original paint (Red) The seller says this comes from a 1987, 1988, 1989 model. It has been sitting in a sealed 6 car garage all these years.
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Spotted in France is a 1963 Ferrari 275 Chassis with Clean Title.The bidding is currently at $760 USD with 6 days 5 hours to go. The seller states the condition to be very good and its currently located in Nice, France. He also mentions that he has a chassis for a 250 SWB as well and also with a clean title.
Spotted in Los Angeles is a Ferrari Testarossa Spare Wheel for $1,500 USD. This is a center lug wheel used by early Testarossas from 1985 to mid 1998 until switching to the 5 bolt pattern. The seller says its like new with original tire. I dont think this spare has ever been used.
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Spotted in West Palm Beach, Florida is a MOMO Ferrari 333SP Wheel for $2,999 USD. This would make a cool addition for any Ferrari enthusiast’s collection. If you are a true racing aficionado of either the renowned Momo brand or Ferrari, then you will agree with me that this represents the glory days of Endurance Racing+Ferrari+Momo… After Ferrari being absent from sportscar racing for nearly 20 years, the 333SP endurance machine rolled out in 1994 using
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