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 86 | 1958 Ferrari 250 GT Series 1 Cabriolet 


This Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet S1 Pinin Farina is an early model, being just the eighth of exactly 40 units constructed generally. Its case was conveyed to the Pinin Farina plant on September 9, 1957, and upon its finish with this strikingly attractive body it was shown at the 39th Salone dell'Automobile in Turin from October 30-November 10 that year. After a very much archived life in South America, the 250 GT was gained by 카지노사이트Italian lover Fabrizio Violati and drafted into his Collezione Maranello Rosso in San Marino. It sold for US$ 6,820,000 at Pebble Beach in 2014. 


This Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet S1 Pinin Farina is an early model, being just the eighth of approximately 40 units fabricated generally. Its suspension was conveyed to the Pinin Farina plant on September 9, 1957, and upon its culmination with this strikingly attractive body it was displayed at the 39th Salone dell'Automobile in Turin from October 30-November 10 that year. After an all around reported life in South America, the 250 GT was procured by Italian aficionado Fabrizio Violati and accepted into his Collezione Maranello Rosso in San Marino. It sold for US$ 6,820,000 at Pebble Beach in 2014. 


US$6,820,000 


August, 2014 


Monterey, California, U.S. 


Official Bonhams Auction Page 


This Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet S1 Pinin Farina is an early model, being just the eighth of exactly 40 units assembled by and large. Its suspension was conveyed to the Pinin Farina plant on September 9, 1957, and upon its fulfillment with this strikingly attractive body it was shown at the 39th Salone dell'Automobile in Turin from October 30-November 10 that year. After an all around archived life in South America, the 250 GT was obtained by Italian devotee Fabrizio Violati and enlisted into his Collezione Maranello Rosso in San Marino. 


87 | 1933 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Monza 우리카지노


This 1933 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Monza sold for US$6,710,000 at Gooding's 2010 Pebble Beach closeout 


This 1933 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Monza sold for US$6,710,000 at Gooding's 2010 Pebble Beach closeout 


US$6,710,000 


August, 2010 


Monterey, California, U.S. 


Official Gooding and Co Auction Page 


88 | 1956 Ferrari 250 GT LWB Berlinetta 'Visit de France' 


Subsequent to being an exceptionally alluring race-reproduced vehicle in its childhood, this 1956 Ferrari 250 GT LWB Berlinetta 'Visit de France' was bought by Walt Disney Studios for use in the 1966 film "The Love Bug". The Ferrari hence ran into some bad luck, and strikingly for a vehicle now in the 100 generally significant on the planet, was purportedly deserted on the Hollywood Freeway at one phase during the seventies. Reclamation in the end came, and the story can be perused in extraordinary detail on the authority RM Auctions page. Perhaps the most costly film vehicles at any point to have sold at closeout. 


In the wake of being an exceptionally attractive race-reproduced vehicle in its childhood, this 1956 Ferrari 250 GT LWB Berlinetta 'Visit de France' was bought by Walt Disney Studios for use in the 1966 film "The Love Bug". 바카라사이트The Ferrari in this way ran into some bad luck, and strikingly for a vehicle now in the 100 generally significant on the planet, was supposedly deserted on the Hollywood Freeway at one phase during the seventies. Recovery in the long run came, and the story can be perused in extraordinary detail on the authority RM Auctions page. Perhaps the most costly film vehicles at any point to have sold at sell off. 


The fourth most significant film vehicle at any point sold at closeout 


US$6,710,000 


August, 2012 


Monterey, California, U.S. 


Official RM-Sotheby's Auction Page 


This 1956 Ferrari 250 GT LWB Berlinetta is informally known as the "Visit de France" model gratitude to it winning the 1956 running of the incredible French (presently dead) public streets sports vehicle race. 


Ferrari had shown its new arrangement creation 250 GT at the Geneva Motor Show of 1956. While the roadster in plain view highlighted an exquisite body that would proceed to be delivered in amount by Boano, subsequently giving vital homologation, the basic undercarriage end up being the reason for the opposition vehicle, or berlinetta, that Ferrari tried to go into the FIA's new GT dashing characterizations. 


Pininfarina planned another lightweight body that was worked by Scaglietti, utilizing slight check aluminum and Perspex windows and a negligibly upholstered lodge. The completed vehicle, at that point referred to authoritatively as the 250 GT Berlinetta, was at last made in a saving amount of 77 models that are further sub-separated by unobtrusive contrasts in coachwork over the model's four-year creation run. 


The Berlinetta was promptly fruitful, when Olivier Gendebien and Jacques Washer co-drove the absolute first vehicle to a First in Class and Fourth Overall at the Giro di Sicilia in April 1956, with fifth Overall (and first in class) at the Mille Miglia soon thereafter. 


The model's characterizing achievement happened in September, when Marquis Alfonso de Portago, a Spanish blue-blood and privateer racer, drove one to a ruling triumph in the 1956 Tour de France Automobile, an outcome that fixed the model's standing. The 1956 Tour de France Automobile covered 3,600 miles longer than seven days which included six diverse circuit races, two slope climbs, and a race. Enzo Ferrari was so satisfied with the result that the 250 GT Berlinetta was thusly and inside, however never authoritatively, alluded to as the Tour de France. 


The Berlinetta wore the name well, likewise 온라인카지노winning the 1957, 1958, and 1959 portions of the French race in the possession of Olivier Gendebien, just as a Third Overall at the 1957 Mille Miglia. 


This specific unit is the absolute first model built of the subsequent arrangement plan that highlighted 14-louver sail-boards, and was at first bought by Southern California building development head honcho Tony Parravano who found that the American endorsing body didn't remember it as a creation vehicle. The vehicle thusly changed hands before in the long run being bought by Walt Disney Studios for use in the 1966 film The Love Bug, the observed Disney exemplary about "Herbie," the dashing VW Beetle with a spirit. Carandmotors has a few pictures of the Berlinetta during its artistic vocation. 


The Ferrari along these lines ran into some bad luck, and surprisingly for a vehicle now in the 100 generally important on the planet, was apparently deserted on the Hollywood Freeway at one phase during the seventies. Recovery in the long run came, and the story can be perused in incredible detail on the authority RM Auctions page. 


89 | 1939 Delahaye 135 Competition Court Torpedo Roadster 


Excellence and the monster, across the board. Delahaye constructed only 30 vehicles utilizing the Competition Court body and just two short wheelbase variations are known to have made due right up 'til today. This is one of them. It wears a Torpedo Roadster body planned by a cooperation of renowned beautician Georges Hamel (Geo Ham) and similarly popular Carrosier, Figoni and Falaschi. An amazingly delightful vehicle sitting on an opposition undercarriage and motor. It sold for US$6,600,000 in March, 2014 at RM Auctions' Amelia Island deal. 


Magnificence and the monster, across the board. Delahaye constructed only 30 vehicles utilizing the Competition Court suspension and just two short wheelbase variations are known to have made due right up 'til the present time. This is one of them. It wears a Torpedo Roadster body planned by a joint effort of celebrated beautician Georges Hamel (Geo Ham) and similarly acclaimed Carrosier, Figoni and Falaschi. An incredibly excellent vehicle sitting on an opposition case and motor. It sold for US$6,600,000 in March, 2014 at RM Auctions' Amelia Island deal. 


US$6,600,000 


Walk, 2014 


Amelia Island, Florida, U.S. 


Official RM-Sotheby's Auction Page 


Delahaye fabricated only 30 vehicles utilizing the Competition Court skeleton and just two short wheelbase variations are known to have made due right up 'til the present time – this vehicle is one of them.It's family is far more excellent notwithstanding, as it wears a body label confirming the association of acclaimed beautician and artist Georges Hamel (Geo Ham) in its styling. 


The plan for the Torpedo Roadster that garments the body depends on the renowned 1936 Paris Auto Show vehicle, generally perceived as a coordinated effort among Figoni and the artist. The body was in this manner worked by Figoni's similarly renowned Carrosier, Figoni and Falaschi and consequently we have a ravishing engine vehicle sitting on an opposition frame and motor – a road adaptation of the absolutely rivalry Type 135 S.

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