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1969 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Serial Number 12995

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Lead photograph of 1969 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Serial Number 12995

Specifications

Make   Ferrari Model   365 GTB/4
Year   1969 Serial #   12995
Engine #    VIN   
Engine Type   251 Chassis Type   605
Build Sequence #   86 Number Built   1,284
Body Type   Berlinetta Body Builder   Scaglietti
First Owner   Crepaldi Current Owner   Current Owner
Build Sheet   No Current Location   California

Features

1969 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 s/n 12995. Near–new silver paint. All–new black leather interior with black carpets. Euro model plexi–headlight. One owner for 31 years. It has lived at Bill Gojkov’s Enzo Motors in Anaheim, CA since 1978. Restored from the ground up with new–old–stock parts from Bill Harrah’s Modern Classic Motors. New paint over bare metal. New seats, new door panels, new carpets, dash redone. Brakes, shock and suspension are new and replated. New Ansa exhaust. Painted frame and floor. Engine and transaxle fully rebuilt. Beautifully detailed. Body, paint and chassis by Bill de Carr, Bellflower, CA. Mechanicals by Enzo Motors. A smog–free Euro–model Daytona with the larger Euro–model headers. Has the original tool roll and tools. A truly unique “time–machine” 365 GTB/4 documented to the day it came to the US. As nice underneath as it is on top. We welcome any mechanical or body inspection.

History

S/n 12995. Identified as 365 GTB/4. Destinazione Crepaldi, Italy. Assembly sequence no. 86, body no. n/a. (H. Raab “Ferrari Serial Numbers Part I, 2nd ed”). Identified as a 365 GTB/4 in Spare Parts Catalog 70/72 Revisions.

1969, build date.

1969, sold new in Italy.

1976, sold to Lee Hallerberg, Costa Mesa, CA.

1976, 27 July, flown into Los Angeles LAX airport by Lee Hallerberg.

1976, taken to Barry Le Fave’s Ferrari shop, Santa Ana, CA. Le Fave proceeded to take the car apart for restoration, but nothing was done.

1978, removed from Barry Le Fave’s shop and taken by Lee Hallerberg to Bill Gojkov’s Enzo Motors, 1005 East Vermont Ave. Anaheim, CA, 92805. At that time it had 54,981 kms (34,088 miles).

1978 – 2007, Lee Hallerberg authorized Bill Gojkov to order as many new–old–stock parts as could be found as “spares” from Bill Harrah’s Modern Classic Motors, Reno, Nevada, and to keep, maintain and restore the car to the highest standard. The list of parts ordered included new USA seats with headrests, a USA model steering wheel, a new Factory tinted windshield, and all the new parts needed to rebuild the engine, transaxle, the brake system, the suspension and numerous other spares.

1990s, early, complete strip and paint by Bill de Carr in the original silver. Frame sandblasted and painted while apart and the suspension was off. Complete suspension rebuilt when refitted. All suspension arms plated or powder coated. All new bushings, wheel bearings and seals, rotors turned, calipers rebuilt and replated, new “soft” hoses, all new ball joints and tie–rod ends, suspension uprights rebuilt.

1995 – 1997, engine rebuilt, line bored, balanced, all new rod and main bearings, all new valves and guides, re–seat valves, rebuild distributors, water pump, new timing chain, rebuild Webers and new clutch assembly. Engine compartment highly detailed. Transaxle rebuilt, all new syncros, bearing and seals, new positraction clutch plates fitted. Complete new–old–stock Euro model exhaust system fitted, all gauges except clock replaced.

1997 – 2007, as part of the very–long–term restoration and storage work, 365 GTB/4 s/n 12995 was driven once a month by Bill Gojkov to bring it up to temperature and exercise the car.

2007, sold to third and current owner while still at Bill Gojkov’s Enzo Motors. The current owner authorized a complete freshen–up and update for road use that included a major mechanical service, carbs rebuilt, fuel pump and water pump, rebuilt alternator, all new brake hoses, rebuilt brake master and booster, all new heater hoses, heater valves, plug wires, all new Michelin XWX tires. Total invoice $51,519.65.

2010, July, total mileage since restoration started in 1978, 2,483 kms (1,540 miles).

2010, July, on consignment with Mike Sheehan’s www.Ferraris–online.com.

Note: The above vehicle information is complete and accurate to the best of our knowledge at the time it is posted to this website. Corrections or additional information is always appreciated.