0764 57
335 S Spyder Scaglietti, RHD, built for Chinetti
red, plexi airinlet
initiated assembly march 1958
completed november 1958
exterior: red. (the car was orignally painted in the nart colors (blue metallic with a white longitudinal stripe). it ran in these colors for the 1959 daytona race)
Engine 141, internal #4. the motor is a 4cam v-12, 4023cc, 390 hp, (6) weber 42 dcn's.
Chassis 520B
the ultimate development of the ferrari front engined sports racing spyder. the car is rhd with a long beautiful driver's side head farring. It was called, in period, "the super testa rossa". the car is breathtakingly beautiful, with long pontoon style fenders a perispex cover over the engine flutes.
Date Result Event Driver # Reference
58/dec - Luigi Chinetti, NY, NY, USA - N.A.R.T.
58/dec - while it was announced that the car was sold to a Mrs. Louise Bayden-Brown, who was going to enter the car for as yet, unnamed drivers, she never took delivery of the car
58/dec - Alan Connell, Fort Worth, TX, USA PH51 p15
59/feb - New York Show Car
59/sep/13 2nd OA Road America,
Elkhart Lake
Alan Connell /   Skip Hudson #12 PH51 p15 C148 p56
59/sep/26 5th OA
3rd CM
Watkins Glen Grand Prix Alan Connell #12
59/oct/11 1st Midland Races Alan Connell
59/nov/15 1st SCCA National races, Daytona International Speedway Alan Connell #12 PH52 p25 C117 p9
59/dec/04 8th OA 5th IC 5 Lap Governor's Trophy over 2-litres heat,
Nassau
Alan Connell #26
59/dec/04 dnf 12 Lap Governor's Trophy over 2-litres heat,
Nassau
Alan Connell #26
59/dec/06 10th OA 2nd IC Nassau Trophy Alan Connell #26  
60/apr/03 11th Riverside Examiner GP Alan Connell #6 PH51 p12
60/may/01 dnf
engine
oil cooler
CM
SCCA National Virginia
BM, (CM), DM, EM, FM
Alan Connell #21 moved to BM
60 - returned to Chinettis' for an estimated repair cost
61/apr/10 - car back to factory for engine repair 
62/apr/17 - shipped back to New York without, the engine still in need of repair
62 - Chinetti refused to take delivery of the car and Connell had no interest either and so 0764 sat on the docks accumulating storage costs
63/apr/29 - Gordon Tatum, Kensington, MD, USA - paid storage bills of $1,000.-  
63 - Charles J. Dhyse, USA - chassis only wrote in 13/mar/10:

"In 1963, thru arrangements made by Gordon Tatum, I acquired #0764 from Mr. Chinetti by payment of fees amounting to approximately $900.oo. My agreement with Tatum provided him with ownership of the engine and not the chassis. During the year following my purchase of the chassis, the chassis was garaged on the premises of Internal Combustion Engines, Inc, a business established in Kensington, MD by partners Gordon Tatum and Michael Earhart; I was their first and sole employee. It was during this period that the engine was removed and added to the collections of Gordon Tatum. It was during the calendar year 1964 that I sold the chassis to Gordon Tatum."

63 - original engine removed and replaced with competition engine s/n 2141GT (250 GT SWB Comp)
63? - Joel E. Finn, Phoenix, AZ, USA  
64 - Gordon Tatum, Kensington, MD, USA - bought chassis
65 - Alan Connell ran a Birdcage 61 with Ferrari V12 #55 Nassau Maserati p114
69 - C. Stewart via Chris Renwick
72 - Robert Lamplough, GB   "PLL 175L" "FSK 971" 
74 Cinquantenaire Le Mans Robs Lamplough
75 - engine only sold to Paul Pappalardo, FL, USA
78 - Lamplough bought original engine from Paul Pappalardo and refitted it into the car  
85/apr/25-28 dnf 1st Coppa d'Italia Robs Lamplough
85 - engine consumed a valve
85 - engine was rebuilt by Giuliano Michelotto's shop in Padova, I
87/may/26 - wdn - Christie's Monaco auction
90/aug/20 - NS - Christies Pebble Beach auction - highbid $9,0mio
90/may/17-20   Mille Miglia Lamplough /
Hill
 
#326 MM90 p172
FOC 88 p14
FOC 94 p18 C58 p20, 21
"PLL 175L"
91/dec/07 - NS - Poulain Le Fur Paris auction - highbid $4,935,000
92/jun - offered for $3,000,000.-
93/mar/15 - William Bauce, Rancho Santa Fe, CA, USA  
93/may/13-16 Mille Miglia William Bauce / Jack Gordon #264 "FSK 971"
93/aug/20-22 Monterey Historic races, Laguna Seca William Bauce / Jack Gordon  
94/aug - offered by SMC, La Jolla, CA, USA for $2,95mio C82 p9, 15
94/aug/24 International Ferrari Concours, Monterey, class 29 William Bauce C84 p28
94/aug/26 Concorso Italiano, Quail Lodge William Bauce
94/aug/26-28 Monterey Historic Races, Laguna Seca Robs Lamplough / Bill Bauce
94/aug/28 Pebble Beach Concours, class M-1 William Bauce
94/oct - offered by SMC, La Jolla, CA, USA for $2,95mio C83 p1
94/dec - offered by SMC, La Jolla, CA, USA for $2,95mio C84 p1
95/jan - offered by SMC, La Jolla, CA, USA for $2,95mio C85 p1
95/apr - offered by SMC, La Jolla, CA, USA for $2,95mio C86 p1
96 - the car was fully restored
95/jul - Kentaro Kato, Hokkaido, J EEC tax paid  
96 - displayed at Kato's private museum "Museo del Cavallino", Hokkaido, J C96 p10
97/may/31 50 anni Ferrari Kentaro Kato
98/mar/15 - Cavallino Holdings, Seattle, WA, USA - paid $4.5mio  
.. - Bruce McCaw, Bellevue, WA, USA - paid $5,5mio  
02/aug/17-18 Monterey Historic Races, Laguna Seca Bruce McCaw
03/aug/15-17 Monterey Historic Races, Laguna Seca Bruce McCaw
04/aug/15 Pebble Beach Concours Bruce McCaw
09/aug/14-16 Monterey Historic Races, Laguna Seca Bruce McCaw #8 C173 p57
13/dec - Andreas Mohringer, Salzburg, A
14/jan/25 Spirit Cup #2 XXIII. Cavallino Classic Andreas Mohringer C200 p41
14/jan/25 Oro XXIII. Cavallino Classic, class 1 Andreas Mohringer
14/jan/25 Preservation Platino XXIII. Cavallino Classic, class 14 Andreas Mohringer
14/mar/08-09 McIntosh Trophy Amelia Island Concours, class FR Andreas Mohringer   C202 p12
 


 
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