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does anybody know how many still are around?
i got a pic now of 4 lined up at Cavallino Classic in 96
2 with race numbers, 1 is still naked (bare metal)
wich cars are these?
 

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Dirk,
can you post that pic?
Jurgen
 

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002C will be at FQC this coming weekend
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well 2 more shots

i'm not sure wich one the car alone is but notice 2643GT 250 GT PF Berlinetta Prototype still in red. wich finished restoration this year back in it's LM colours

and then a groupshot of 4 166's
can anyone identy them?
well the 3th one is 002-C
 

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after going a bit over my HD's it now shows that i don't have many 166 Spider Corsa pics
so let's post away i would say :wink:
pics of the cars nowadays are ofcourse welcome, but some racing pics and stuff from back in the day with be very appreciated
 

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Boudewijn,
0012M as in 166MM? If so, rebodied by?
Jurgen
 

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DJ said:
Boudewijn,
0012M as in 166MM? If so, rebodied by?
Jurgen
0012M was delivered to Roberto Vallone in 1949 as a Ferrari designed 166 SC model. Later it was rebodied in the US with a 500 TRC like body with 250 GT engine. One of the next owners re-installed the matching engine #0010M. In 1997 it was bought by its present Swiss owner. The present body was done by Cognolato Carrozzeria in Vigonza(PD) in the late 90's and resembles the body it raced in from 1949 to 1952, including such races as the Targa Florio 1949, Mille Miglia 1949, Pescara 1949, GP di Roma 1950, Targa Florio 1951, Mille Miglia 1951, Targa Florio 1952 and Mille Miglia 1952.
 

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Boudewijn Berkhoff said:
Another pic of 0012M at the Aosta-San Gran Bernardo in 1949.

man, this pic is amazing, look at those 2 guys in the background just sitting on the concrete wall while the cars just race by :D

also are the headlights turned 180°?
 

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Dj Dirk said:
Boudewijn Berkhoff said:
Another pic of 0012M at the Aosta-San Gran Bernardo in 1949.

man, this pic is amazing, look at those 2 guys in the background just sitting on the concrete wall while the cars just race by :D

also are the headlights turned 180°?
I think they are aerodynamic protecting covers for the headlamps.
 
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