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i'm still pissed that they changed the date so that i can't make it over, the selection is wonderfull

Marcos, i haven't seen that one either before.
not a single spy shot of that one
 

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well, it is a testmule, so it doesn't need to be pretty, just usefull

and i do think that they used a pretty clever disguise
some parts from the 348, some from the 355 & some from the 360

what suprises me even more is that this is the 3th prototpe build in 2000 and they drove this around town, and yet, nobody noticed, because i can't remember seeing or having any spy pics of this one
 

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there's a small preview about the auction in the new Octane
but i do think they have a few things mixed up
because the mention the sale of a Lusso, wich i can't find back in the cataloque and that it's estimated at €1million :-?
so i believe that that has to be the SWB
 

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Some people are crazy or have just too much money

But that's ok :D

2,7 MILLION EURO for the F2004
1 092 000 € for the 400th Enzo
1 138 000 € for the 1961 250 SWB Berlinetta



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Here is one of the auction reports:

Sotheby's at Ferrari - 28th June 2005 - Review



1966 Ferrari 365 California - Sold for EURO 736,000

Despite the ultimate saleroom, and a sumptuous catalogue, results at the all-Ferrari and Maserati auction at Fiorano were disappointing. Only one of the really stellar lots sold, but along the way model records were achieved for cars such as this 1966 Ferrari 365 California, EURO 736,000 (a price including buyer’s premium, as all our quoted figures do.

The big hitter was the 2004 Ferrari F1/F-2004 selling for EURO 2,650,000 (a record for a Formula 1 car at auction). This was the car driven by Schumacher to consecutive wins at Australia, Malaysia, Bahrain, San Marino and Spain, before suffering the tunnel collision at Monaco that ended its career in the Scuderia. Completely rebuilt by Ferrari it probably represents the best way of commemorating the dominance of the Schumacher/Ferrari partnership at a time of changing rules (and fortunes for the Italian team). Race-ready, it will only be released to its new owner in January 2006 (for reasons of technical secrecy) however they will have the opportunity of driving at Fiorano in the meantime. It was sold to an anonymous bidder.




2004 Ferrari F1/F-2004 - Sold for EURO 2,650,000

None of the other much-fancied cars found new homes despite estimates that were high but realistic. The 1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta sold spot-on for EURO 1,099,000 to a private collector in the UK, while Ferrari Enzos will sell all day long to the US, the 400th car’s proceeds going to a charity suggested by His Holiness Pope John Paul II - a useful EURO 1,055,000 benefiting a very good cause courtesy of an American private buyer. The 2000 Ferrari Enzo Prototype no.M3 also went, for EURO 195,500, a ‘bitza’ made of elements of the 348 and 360 but including the mighty 650 bhp 6-litre V12.




2000 Ferrari Enzo Prototype - Sold for EURO 195,500,

Clearly in very good, one-owner condition, the 1995 Ferrari F512 M went well for EURO 149,500, as did the 1966 Ferrari 330 GTS for EURO 395,000. Indy 500 records tumbled with the sale of the 1940 Maserati 8CL for 1,825,000, a highly-desirable historically significant car finished in the South American colours of Blue and Yellow.

In addition to the motor cars there was of course a large selection of automobilia that fared better in terms of results. A complete nose section from a 2000 Ferrari 651 F1 car sold for twice its estimate at EURO 23,000, while EURO 69,000 bought a 2001 MOMO steering wheel from one Michael’s Championship-winning cars, complete with all the working buttons and dials. A real piece of history at your fingertips.


Car Estimate EUROS
FERRARI 250 GTE 2+2 1963 Not Sold
FERRARI 328 GTS 1988 55,200
MASERATI QUATTROPORTE Speciale 1985 Not Sold
FERRARI 250 GT Boano 1956 340,000
FERRARI 365 California 1966 736,000
The ex-Shah of Iran MASERATI 5000 GT 1959 Not Sold
The ex-Stirling Moss MASERATI 450 S Coupé 1957 Zagato Not Sold
MASERATI 4 CL Monoposto 1946 417,000
FERRARI F1-90 1990 Not Sold
FERRARI DINO 246 SP / 196 SP Spider 1961 Not Sold
FERRARI 250 GT SWB Berlinetta 1961 1,099,000
FERRARI 500 Superfast 1964 Not Sold
FERRARI F512 M 1995 149,500
FERRARI 212 INTER Ghia Coupé 1952 472,000
FERRARI 330 GTS 1966 395,000
MASERATI TROFEO LIGHT 2003 Not Sold
EX - CLAY REGAZZONI/MARIO ANDRETTI/JACKIE ICKX FERRARI F1 312 B2 1971 Not Sold
EX - SCUDERIA FERRARI 1955 LE MANS AND MILLE MIGLIA FERRARI 121 LM 1955 Not Sold
THE EX-SCUDERIA FERRARI 1962 LE MANS-WINNING, PHIL HILL / OLIVIER GENDEBIEN FERRARI 330 TRI / LM 1962 Not Sold
MASERATI MC 12 2004 Not Sold
THE CELEBRATED EX-SCUDERIA FERRARI FERRARI 412 S 1958 Not Sold
FERRARI 512 S / M 1970 Not Sold
FERRARI 308 GT4 1979 Not Sold
FERRARI 512 BBi 1984 Not Sold
EX - 1940 INDIANAPOLIS 500 MASERATI 8CL 1940 1,825,000
FERRARI 166 INTER 1949 Not Sold
FERRARI F1 310B 1997 Not Sold
FERRARI 575 GTC FIA GT 2004 Not Sold
FERRARI 250 GT LWB Berlinetta Competizione ‘Tour de France’ 1958 not sold
EX-SCUDERIA FERRARI FERRARI 750 Monza Spyder 1954 Not Sold
FERRARI ENZO PROTOTYPE no.M3 2000 195,500
FERRARI ENZO NR 400 2005 1,055,000
THE EX SCUDERIA FERRARI PETER COLLINS / MIKE HAWTHORN 1956 MONZA GP WINNING, AND LE MANS FERRARI 625 LM 1956 Not Sold
FERRARI F1/F-2004 2004 2,650,000
 

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PDF's don't work on my computer. :-? I'll do a search on it. :wink:
 
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