Top 10 Sellers from the Mecum Monterey auction

Top 10 Sellers from the Mecum Monterey auction

Image: 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB/6C Alloy Berlinetta

Chassis No. 8157, 1 of 80 Built with Aluminum Long-Nose Coachwork by Scaglietti

Very desirable combination of aluminum long-nose body and 6 carburetors
1 of 80 Ferrari 275 GTBs built with aluminum long-nose coachwork by Scaglietti
Original 3,285cc Colombo V-12 engine
Sold new to Pirelli Tire Company who kept it in Italy from 1966-1968 for tire testing
A photograph of this car taken at the Pirelli Proving Ground was featured in L.J.K. Setright’s Ferrari book
Unique rear fender flares, it is believed they were added by Pirelli to fit a wider tire for testing
Sold to the second owner Mr. Pietro Achilli of Milan in 1968
Exported from Italy to the USA in 1969
As of 1984 it was owned by Earle W. Hartley, Jr of Thomaston, Connecticut
In 1987 Peter Malinchoc purchased the car from Nick Soprano of Motor Classics, who verbally conveyed the previous owner was Peter Livanos
Malinchoc commissioned Berlinetta Motorcars of Long Island, New York to completely restore 8157 and paint the car Giallo Fly (Fly Yellow)
1st in Class at the 1991 FCA National Concours in Washington, D.C.
Part of a private collection since the mid-1990s
Maintenance records since 1999

 

1966 FERRARI 275 GTB/6C ALLOY BERLINETTA  :  $3,410,000

1990 FERRARI F40   :  $2,530,000

1965 FERRARI 500 SUPERFAST SERIES II  :  $1,842,500

1968 FERRARI 330 GTS  :  $1,760,000

1965 FERRARI 275 GTS  :  $1,650,000

1963 FERRARI 250GT/L LUSSO  :  $1,650,000

1956 PORSCHE 356A 1500 GS CARRERA SPEEDSTER  :  $935,000

1969 DODGE HEMI DAYTONA  :  $880,000

1971 CHEVROLET CORVETTE ZR2 CONVERTIBL  :  $863,500

1971 FERRARI 365 GTB/4 DAYTONA SPIDER CONVERSION  :  $671,000

 

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