Cars We Sold

1972 Ferrari 365 GTB/4C.prv Serial Number 15723


Lead photograph of 1972 Ferrari 365 GTB/4C.prv Serial Number 15723


Make   Ferrari Model   365 GTB/4C.prv
Year   1972 Serial #   15723
Engine #    VIN   
Engine Type   Tipo 251 Chassis Type   Tipo 605
Build Sequence #    Number Built   1279 Daytonas built
Body Type   Berlinetta Body Builder   Scaglietti
First Owner   Harrah Current Owner   Current Owner
Build Sheet   No Current Location   Europe


Piet Roelofs has built the following Daytona competition conversions: 12681 for Rudy Booker; 13463 for Nico Koel. Yellow with a blue stripe; 13851, red with white and black stripes for Peter Boel; 14013, in the new Formula 1 red with a light blue stripe which changes to a wide dark blue stripe at the front for Konig Austria; 15167, now with John Bosch. Red. Originally built for Peter Boel personally; 15723, red, for Bernd Cohnen, Germany; 16373 and last but not least is s/n 16935, yellow, now with John Bosch.

As of September 2000, Piet Roelofs’ personal alloy bodied Competizione Daytona was under construction. Will have all the competition features. The ultimate hot–rod.


S/n 15723. 365 GTB/4 Competizione conversion.

New to Harrah, USA. Assembly number 909, body number 970. Had a/c.

1980, sold to Leslie and Terry Barth, Fairfield, CT.

1982, converted to a 365 GTB/4 C by Francois Sicard. Francois was the head mechanic of Luigi Chinetti’s NART race team. All parts used to built the car were spares from the NART team.

1987, offered by Cole–Yacoobian Auto Collection, North Hollywood, CA. Converted by Francois Sicard. Plexiglass nose. New NART competition motor in box being installed.

1990, 14 Mar., Prestige Auction, Geneva, Switzerland. $490,000. Not sold.

To Roland Schar, an exotic car dealer in Switzerland.

1994, 16 Apr.–14 May, for sale in FML by Carugati, Switzerland. Red with tan interior. Very high speed car for Ferrari club racing. Very good condition. USA papers. Trade–up possible with F40 or 275 GTB. US$280,000.

1996, 22–25 Feb., Techno Classica Auto Show, Essen, Germany, Red/tan.

1998, 12 June, for sale by Herbert Engel (dealer of Andernach/Germany). Ex Roland Schar and Tiziano Carugati in Switzerland.

Sold on to German dealer Herbert Engel. On to Current owner for 160.000 DM plus a trade in valued at 150,000 DM.

Now undergoing ground up restoration at Piet Roelofs’ in the Netherlands (competition specs, of course). Estimated cost about $75,000.

1998, 12 Dec., faxed Rick Anderson, custodian of the Chinetti archives:

What do you have on this car?


Not sold new by Chinetti. Sold new by Harrah’s in Reno, Nevada.

1999, 8 Sept., inspected by M. Sheehan while visiting Piet Roelofs, Rhenen, Holland. The car was there for additional updates and modifications and to have the engine “freshened up“. The owner of 15723 lives in Germany.

1999, November, engine completed and dyno tested by Piet Roelofs on his shop’s Superflow Dynometer. This engine produced 434.7 hp at 7,750 rpm and 325 plus foot pounds of torque from 6250 rpm to 6750 rpm. A very powerful Competizione Daytona engine.

2001, 30 Nov.–9 Dec., Essen Motor Show. Exhibited by Ing. M. Drengenberg.

2001, 7 Dec., e–mailed P. Roelofs for more info on this car.

2001, 11 Dec., e–mail from Piet Roelofs, Subject: Re: Daytona s/n 15723:

“Dear Mike,

“We indeed did this car complete and it left our work shop early 2000 looking very beautiful. The engine was complete rebuilt, it has our shocks on. Only the gearbox still has its original ratio’s and has not yet the reinforced casing.”

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.