Thank Fabio. I have owned the car for 20 years. I was surprised to see the original post and would like to find out the original history of the car. I hope Guzi66 sees my note. If anyone knows how to reach him let me know. John
I don't have much, but here's all of the history that I have on your car:
Identified as 365 GT 2+2 USA. Destination: Harrah's Modern Classic Motors. Assembly sequence no. 638, body no. 631/A. Hil Raab Ferrari Serial Numbers Part I, Second Edition
Offered in 1977 206-622-0989, WA. Red with black interior, wire wheels, air, new paint, 29,500 miles, as per an ad in the L.A. Times
, 24 Apr 1977.
Offered in 1977, Ferrari of Los Gatos, CA, red with black leather, low mileage. As per an ad in the San Francisco Examiner
, 07 Aug 1977.
Owned in the mid-1980s by Norman Miller of San Jose, CA. Completely restored by Cavallino Rampante of Palo Alto, CA, as of November, 1984, at a cost of $21,763. Driven less than 1,000 miles since.
In 1996, it was offered by Ferrari of Los Gatos, CA, red with black interior, 54,000 miles, full restoration at a cost of $66,000.
As per an e-mail from [redacted], 08 February 2014, he sent me a list of cars "showing all Ferraris in FL in 2011; among the 6,325 Ferraris on that list, this is one of them. Red.