0799GT 57/nov/05
Ferrari 250 GT PF Cabriolet S1, LHD 
PF job no. 19463 
Covered headlights, no air vents
Color exterior nero MM 11911
Color interno pelle naturale Connolly 3218
Date Result Event Driver # Reference
58/feb - Dino Fabbri, I
62/mar - converted to disc brakes by the factory  
67 - Tom Meade, Modena, I - been rebuilt by the factory, 52,000 km  
67 - L. Kitt Tucker, Jacksonville, FL, USA  
70/sep - Peter A. Bowers, Houston, TX, USA "NTF 852 (TX)"   "365 VQV (TX)"
71- 75 FOCUSA Rosters by Peter A. Bowers, Houston, TX, USA  
89 - still owned by Bowers
89/apr/17 - Michael Sheehan's EAS, Costa Mesa, CA, USA - paid $680,000.-
89/apr/21 - André Zenari, CH - paid $780,000.-
89/may - Dr. Andreas Gerber / Hans Bernhardt Friedli, Pieterlen, CH "BE 79395"
91 - shipped with 3 other cars to Marbella for sale to a “Guiseppe Guidice”. Cars eventually located and impounded at Motorauto Marbella.  
92 - Cars ordered warehoused at Motorauto Marbella, ES, pending civil claims from Mr. Friedli against Kelvin John Fisher. Cars eventually ordered released back to Mr. Fisher by Marbella court order 154/92C on 20 Mar 1993 when Mr. Friedli did not properly serve Mr. Fisher within 90 days.  
93/jul/07 – Friedli claims car “stolen” from Marbella warehouse. Later determined to have been a civil dispute about payments due under a contract to sell the car (Marbella court order 677/93C of 02 Nov 1995)
94/jun - offered for saly by Gianni Mennino, Bologna, I (who reputedly had embezzled 0799GT together with 3 more Ferraris (1893GT, 2925GT & 13811)  
.. - Clarksdale Unlimited, U.S. (from Motorauto Marbella in satisfaction of a debt).  
94/mar/04 - offered by Classic Coach Ltd, NY, NY, USA  
95 - Scott Rosen, Medford, NJ, USA  
9. - restored by Frank Triarsi
97/may/12 - Jeffrey Schwartz, NJ, USA  traded for s/n 0775GT + $225k  
00/may - offered by SMC, La Jolla, CA, USA - 100-point flawless restoration  
00/jun - Scott Rosen, West Hempstead, NY, USA - bought back for $525k  
00/jun - offered for $595k  
00/nov/29 - Paul L. 'Barney' Hallingby, Sharon, CT, USA - silver/red  
01/jan/20 X. Cavallino Classic, class 2 Paul Hallingby    
04/jun/20 Hartford Concours Paul Hallingby
05/jun/05-06 Most Outstanding Ferrari Greenwich Concours d'Elegance Paul Hallingby
18/August/7 - Sharon, Connecticut – The U.S. Federal District Court for the District of Connecticut has entered a final judgment declaring that Paul “Barney” Hallingby is the lawful owner and holds clear title to a 1957 Ferrari 250 GT Pinin Farina Series 1 Cabriolet, Chassis No. 0799GT and that Dr. Andreas Gerber of Switzerland has no ownership or other interest of any kind in the car. The ruling was issued in Hallingby vs. Gerber (Civil Action No: 17-cv-00975) and follows four previous rulings in Spanish courts that 0799GT had been legally sold in 1993.  


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