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I'm back in the market for a 365 GT4 BB, I have seen #17807 red with tan interior (not leather), 15000 km. This car was in the US from 1975 to 1998.

Does anyone out there know this car.

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Suggest you contact Ferrari Market Letter with the SN # They have detailed records on almost all Ferraris that have passed through the US. One other source would be Dick Merrit at the DOT in DC. He will know when the car was brought in and who did the US conversion.

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Here is what I have found on SN 17807

SN 17807

1991, 1 December,car was available from Bert Stieger. Interior tan, 4,400 km. Plastic cover is still in the doors and floor, has large BF Goodrich tires. One of the very first ones built, Red.
1991, 7 December, for sale in FML by EAS. Red with black interior. One of the first 365 BB's built. Excellent condition. Located in Switzerland, with Swiss duty paid. $175,000.
1991, 21 December, for sale in FML by EAS. Red with black interior. One of the first 365 BB's built. Excellent condition. Located in Switzerland, with Swiss duty paid. $175,000.
1992, June, owned by Alois weibel. Registered in Switzerland on plates SG 19059 (St. Gallen)
1992, BFOC La Tour. Alois Weibel, St Gallen.
1994, 28 May, Swiss FOC meet. Alois Weibel.

Do you have any more recent information and pictures ?
 

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Identified as 365 GT4/BB. Destinazione Caedart, Italy. Assembly sequence no. 097, body no. 098. (H. Raab, FSN Part I, 2nd Ed.).

1982-1984 Listed in FOCUSA Rosters by Ronald B. Uhles, Santa Barbara, CA/USA.

Offered 1988 by Walnut Creek Ferrari. Red with beige interior. (FML 1323).

Per Charles Gnadinger early 1989 car he purchased car in USA and shipped it to Europe.

Offered 1991 by European Auto, Costa Mesa, CA/USA. Red with black interior. In Switzerland with Swiss duty paid. (FML 1625).

Owned 1992-1997 by Alois Weibel, Switzerland. Red. Swiss plates SG 19059.
 
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