Owner states this is from the Brandoli located in Modena, Italy.
They are known for having many hard to find parts for Dinos. I have used Brandoli for other items and have been satisfied with the quality. I have purchased headlight covers for the Dino that has the correct curve, unlike so many other vendors. This is not an OEM product but it is being offered by the seller for $2,900. I dont know if this is a good deal but finding an OEM window is getting scarce. If you are in need of a rear window, I would suggest calling every vendor first to see if anyone has one stashed away. Only then would I contact vendors in Europe like Brandoli, in Italy.
This seems to be garaged as part of a display.
Looks to be in excellent condition and seller states it just had its major service done.
Seller also states he has everything that came with the car from new.
This is a 1960 Porsche 356B Super 90 coupe. It currently has a non matching engine which is a 1600 super engine. Matching engine unknown at this time. It appears to have minimal rust. The floor pans are solid. This is a major restoration candidate but worth doing.
Another interesting Challenge Car. This one is 1995 Ferrari 355 Challenge Car Chassis 104196 with race history and found in Japan. Keep in mind that 1995 cars can be made into street legal cars in the US.
This one is 1995 Ferrari 355 Challenge Car Chassis 104196 with race history and found in Japan. Keep in mind that 1995 cars can be made into street legal cars in the US.
This example is a 1995 Challenge car 1 of 108 made with just 31k kms. Its last service was at 28k kms which was only 3k kms ago. Chassis 104196 was raced in the Japanese Challenge series in 1996 by driver Keiji Tanaka.
1997 Ferrari F355 Challenge
Seller is a dealer in Marina Del Rey ,Ca
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The Ferrari Challenge series is a single-marque racing championship, that was created so that Ferrari owners could become involved in motor racing. A total of just 108 F355 Challenge cars were built (18 of which were right hand drive), making them extremely rare, but finding an entirely original one, with just 10,000 kilometres, that hasn’t been wrecked or molested, is rarer still and this therefore, represents an unparalleled opportunity to purchase probably the finest example of the last manual transmission Ferrari Challenge cars available