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Dino 286 SP Fantuzzi s/n 0802

Dino 268 SP Fantuzzi Spyder s/n 0804

Dino 268 SP Fantuzzi Spyder s/n 0804

Dino 196 SP Fantuzzi Spyder s/n 0806

Nürburgring 1000 km 1962: The Rodriguez brothers, Pedro and Ricardo, drove Ferrari's first V8, the Dino 268SP s/n 0806 in it's debut race. The Mexicans retired, because Pedro spun into a ditch

Ferrari 330 TRI LM Fantuzzi Spyder s/n 0808

Rebodied as Coupe by Fantuzzi
rebodied to original body

Ferrari 330 TRI s/n 0808

Ferrari 250 P Fantuzzi Spyder s/n 0810

Le Mans 24h 1963: While their team-mates Bandini and Scarfiotti won, finished Mike Parkes and Umberto Maglioli 3rd with the 330 P s/n 0810

Ferrari 250 P Fantuzzi Spyder s/n 0812

rebodied at Michelotti
rebodied to former body style

Le Mans 24h 1963: John Surtees and Willy Mairesse had won the race on the Nürburgring four weeks earlier, but were luckless at Le Mans. The Ferrari 250P s/n 0812 caught fire after a refueling stop while it was running in front and burned out completely

Ferrari 250 P Fantuzzi Spyder s/n 0814

Le Mans 24h 1963: The victory of Lorenzo Bandini and Ludovico Scarfiotti with the 330P s/n 0814 was Ferrari’s forth successive win in the French classic race

Ferrari 275 P Fantuzzi  Spyder s/n 0816

275 P Fantuzzi  Spyder s/n 0816

Ferrari 330 P Fantuzzi Spyder s/n 0818

Nürburgring 1000 km 1964: The 275 P s/n 0818 of Maranello Concessionaires was driven by Graham Hill and Innes Ireland. The British Team was disqualified

Ferrari 275 P2 Fantuzzi Spyder s/n 0826

Nürburgring 1000 km 1965 Graham Hill at the wheel of Maranello Concessionaires’ 275 P2 s/n 0826, which he shared with Jackie Stewart

Ferrari 330 P Fantuzzi Spyder s/n 0822

330 P  s/n 0822 - Bandini - Surtess #19

Ferrari 330 P Fantuzzi Spyder s/n 0820

Nürburgring 1000 km 1964: The victory of Nino Vaccarella and Ludovico Scarfiotti with the 275P s/n 0820 was Ferrari’s fourth win in the German race

Ferrari 275 P2 Fantuzzi Spyder s/n 0830

Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa Scaglietti Spyder s/n 0730TR

Ferrari 330 P2 Fantuzzi Spyder s/n 0828

330 P2 s/n 0828 - John Surtees - Ludovico Scarfiotti

Ferrari 365 P2 Fantuzzi Spyder s/n 0824

365 P s/n 0824

Ferrari 330 P2 Fantuzzi Spyder s/n 0836

Le Mans 24 h 1965: The works-330 P2 s/n 0836 of Jean Guichet and Mike Parkes retired

Ferrari 166 P / 206 P Fantuzzi Spyder s/n 0834

Dino 206 P, s/n 0834

Ferrari 275 P2 Fantuzzi Spyder s/n 0832

Nürburgring 1000 km 1965Michael Parkes drove the 275 P2 s/n 0832 together with Jean Guichet - finishing 2nd

Dino 206 S s/n 0842

destroyed at Mugello road race

Nürburgring 1000 km 1962: The 250TR s/n 0742TR was fitted with special bodywork made by Gachnang from Switzerland. It was driven by Gachnang himself and Grob to a 17th place

Ferrari Dino 206 S s/n 0840

Ferrari Dino 206 S s/n 0840

Ferrari 365 P2 Fantuzzi Spyder s/n 0838

Le Mans 24 h 1965: Pedro Rodriguez and Nino Vaccarella finished 7th with the 365 P2 s/n 0838 of the N.A.R.T.

Ferrari 330 P3 Fantuzzi Spyder s/n 0848

412 P s/n 0848

Ferrari 330 P3 Fantuzzi Spyder s/n 0846

destroyed in Mugello

"chassis NOT used for 250 P5 Pininfarina Prototype"


Le Mans 24 h 1967The 412 P (330 P3/4) s/n 0846 was driven by Chris Amon and Nino Vaccarella. In the picture, Vaccarella leads the Chaparral 2F of Jennings/ Johnson through Les Esses

Ferrari 330 P3/4 Spider Fantuzzi s/n 0844

converted back to Berlinetta

Ferrari 330 P3 Berlinetta, s/n 0844

Ferrari 412 P Fantuzzi Berlinetta s/n 0854

Ferrari 412 P Fantuzzi Berlinetta s/n 0854

Ferrari 412 P s/n 0850

412 P s/n 0850

Ferrari 330 P4 Fantuzzi Spyder s/n 0860

Le Mans 24 h 1967. The works 330 P4 s/n 0860 of Gunther Klass and Peter Sutcliffe retired

Ferrari 330 P4 Fantuzzi Berlinetta s/n 0858

24h Le Mans 1967Ludovico Scarfiotti and Mike Parkes placed 2nd with the 330 P4 s/n 0858

Ferrari 412 P Fantuzzi Spyder s/n 0856

Ferrari 412 P Fantuzzi Spyder s/n 0856

Ferrari 612 CanAm Spyder s/n 0866

Ferrari 612 CanAm Spyder s/n 0866

612 CanAm s/n 0864
Pininfarina Modulo

PF Modulo s/n 0864

Ferrari 212 E Montagna Spider s/n 0862

Ferrari 212 E Montagna, s/n 0862

Ferrari 312 P N.A.R.T. Spyder s/n 0872

converted into 312 P N.A.R.T. Spyder

Ferrari 312 P s/n 0872

Ferrari 312 P Spyder s/n 0870

converted from TR59

312 P s/n 0870

Ferrari 312 P / 512 Speciale s/n 0868

converted into 512 Speciale

312 P / 512 Speciale s/n 0868

Ferrari 312 P/B s/n 0878

chassis renumbered s/n 0880

Ferrari 312 P/B s/n 0876

Ferrari 312 P s/n 0874

destroyed

Ferrari 250 TR/60 s/n 0774TR

Ferrari 312 PB s/n 0884

chassis 0898 used for repair

Ferrari 312 PB s/n 0884

Ferrari 312 PB s/n 0882

chassis 0884 used for repair

Ferrari 312 PB s/n 0882

Ferrari 312 PB s/n 0880

312 PB s/n 0880

Ferrari 312 PB Spyder s/n 0892


Brian Redman and Arthuro Mezario driving a 312 P - s/n 0892

Ferrari 312 PB s/n 0888

Ferrari 312 PB s/n 0888

Ferrari 312 P/B s/n 0886

Ferrari 312 P/B s/n 0886

Ferrari 312 PB s/n 0896



Ferrari 312 PB s/n 0896

Ferrari 312 PB Spyder s/n 0894

Ferrari 312 PB s/n 0894

Ferrari 312 PB s/n 0890

Ferrari 312 PB s/n 0890

Ferrari 312 PB s/n 0898

chassis used for repair of 0884

268.SP.0798.NE.001

Dino 206 S s/n 0852

renumbered 002

Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa s/n 0752TR