Jon's car was damaged during the 250GTO reunion. From what I understand, someone pulled out in front of him and Jon couldn't stop in time. (not Jon's fault) The car was parked at that point due to the damage incurred. Here are pictures of SN#3729 after the damaged sheetmetal was removed to assess the damage when it returned to Washington state.
The snapshots are mine. When I was in Puyallup, WA last January, I was over at the restoration shop looking at Jon's 500 Mondial (S/N 0422MD) as it was being cleaned for the upcoming Cavallino show. As I headed out the door, I realized the 250GTO was Jon's and took three quick pictures for my S/N 3729 archive. Fortunately the damage was mostly cosmetic from my initial inspection.
Thanks for the welcome to the forum. I'll take a look around and post more when I get some time available. If you are interested in more pictures from my archive (10K+ and growing), head over to my website at www.marksavory.com [automobiles]. I recently re-posted a few of my S/N 0286AM restoration pictures and historical race history again. I will post my 0402AM, 0010M, 0768TR, and all the Ferrari's I have worked on as part of the restoration team as I get time. If any interested in more, just let me know.
your site looks great
have you worked on all of those cars??
i would defenitly love to find out more
that bug t37a is a gorgeous one, when i saw the first pics of the car from this years Pebble Beach i instantly loved it
if you have worked on this one, then i know a friend who will go nuts about this, he is an enormous bugsfan
Your site is looking great.
Seems like you achieved with your live what I want to do later. Travel the world, having fun, having a passion, and when you're out of money you work for a year or two. Atleast that's the way your life looks like to me.
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