1973 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS ( US Spec) VIN: 04568 Manufacturer Date: Sept 1972 Price $379,000 Color: …
Tag Archives vintage racing
1967 Ferrari 330GT 2+2 Series II (Single Headlight) Price $197,500 VIN: 21462 Chassis No. 9299 Engine No. 10019 European Delivery Car Factory Air Car Interior: black (original) Exterior: Silver (original color Blue Sera) Power Windows/ Power Steering Seller : Gullwing Motor Cars Same owner since 1974 in storage for 20 years Click Here for Ebay Ad
Ferrari Dino Head Light Covers I have no doubt that the Ferrari Dino should have left the Ferrari Factory with headlight covers installed. Paninfarina envisioned the design of the Ferrari Dino 206 GT Prototype from 1967 with headlight covers. ( see prototype below) It should be noted that headlight covers were only tested on prototypes, but never fitted on production cars at the factory. Headlight covers were only fitted by the importer or dealerships.
Ferrari Cromodora Wheel Set with Rare 9 inch rear wheels Seller is located in Ardea, Italy. He states these are new wheels and will fit the Ferrari Daytona as well as the Ferrari 512BB models. You dont find 9″ inch wide rear wheels that often so this is a cool find. Price: $13,900 Click Here for Ebay Ad
2 Genuine Porsche 911 RS Fuchs Whees 15 x 7 Price: $7,200 Location: Gaggenau, Germany Fuchs Wheels (alloy) Offset: 23.3mm Hub Bore: 66mm Porsche Part Number: 911.361.020.01
Jaguar D-Type: Left Door Cunningham Race Team Interesting piece of history. Price: $3,500 Location: Daytona Beach, Florida Click Here for Ad From Ad: Original Left Side Door from one of the CUNNINGHAM D-type JAGUARs. Original Jaguar D-type door with period race modifications by the USA Cunningham Racing Team, (a second outer skin to blend into the full-width perspex window and a swing down piano style door hinge replacing the standard Jaguar horizontal door hinges). Color is Off White outside with white “meatball” and what looks like faint number “12”, Inside is dark blue or black over a earlier Blue. Dimensions are 22″ x 16″ x 4″ I took photos of this door next to a Cuningham D-type in the Collier museum in Naples Florida. This door matches that car exactly in size, shape and paint patterns, and the car in the museum has a replacement door, so this could be the original for that car. I bought this door in England many years ago. A Jaguar Team mechanic that worked there when the D-type was new told me that he recognised the Alfred Momo drilled door handle lightening holes. Condition is unchanged from when I bought the door. It shows scratches, paint chips and dings associated with racing, the perspex window is partially missing. The door latch functions as it should.