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Week of 19, March 2017

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1967 Ferrari 330 GTC s/n 10631 photo
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1967 Ferrari 330 GTC s/n 10631

1967 Ferrari 330 GTC s/n 10631, a well sorted and cosmetically superb 330 GTC with a well-documented service and ownership history. From new with Factory air and power windows. Finished in Fly yellow with black leather and black carpets, mounted on Borrani wire wheels fitted with Yokohama 205/70R 14 tires. Has the correct Borrani spare with a matching Yokohama 205/70R 14 spare tire. Fitted with the original Becker Mexico AM, FM and Short Wave radio to match the car’s wonderful exhaust note. 330 GTC s/n 10631 has been part of a large private collection for the last seven years and so has been kept very nicely detailed and mechanical “on the button” for its next keeper. Has the correct fiberglass pan under the radiator. Very clean under panels and chassis. New tail pipes and correct heat shields. Good panel fit. In 1992, 330 GTC s/n 10631 was painted, serviced and detailed by Berlinetta Motorcars LTD and with the mileage at 68,271 miles. Today 330 GTC s/n 10631 has 80,125 miles so only 11,854 miles since the restoration and only 2,765 miles in the last decade. Everything works as it should, a great looking and great driving Ferrari in a very attractive color combination. Comes with the original owner’s handbook, parts book, sales brochure, the full set of tools, tool roll and jack kit plus over one-hundred pages of service invoices going back thirty years. Runs and drives well with a well-tuned and very strong engine and good syncros, warm or cold.

1993 Porsche RS America s/n 18151 photo
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1993 Porsche RS America s/n 18151

1993 RS America s/n 18151 is finished in Guards Red with black Sport seats, rear seat delete and black-anodized window trim, showing just 27,187 well-documented miles. S/n 18151 came from the factory with sunroof-delete, A/C-delete, and rear seat delete. It also came with the Limited Slip Differential and AM/FM stereo options, and rides on the OEM Cup wheels in un-scuffed condition. The only (invisible) mods are a Euro RS lightweight clutch, Weltmeister engine software and a drilled OEM air box. Comes with the full set of books and manuals, two keys, a complete and perfect tool kit, the correct RS America jack, the spare tire air compressor, the option sticker and the original RS America sales brochure plus the Porsche Certificate of Authenticity (COA). RS America s/n 18151 is current on all services, has no leaks, no issues and has the full detailed service history, all organized chronologically in a three-ring binder. The Factory maintenance book has been stamped from day one to current. The Guards Red paint is unusually nice and the front bumper has been covered in Xpel film (with no seams) to avoid the usual road rash and chips. The body panels have perfect fit and are dent free. The interior door panels, sports seats, rear shelf, carpets, console, headliner and dashboard are all in excellent condition. The black-anodized window trim and all glass and lenses are blemish and disappointment free. The transmission, clutch and brakes perform flawlessly. The wheels are perfect and the tires are near new. The engine has had all scheduled services. This car has not been molested with track upgrades or holes drilled for roll bars and seat belt harnesses. Comes with a clean Carfax, all sales and service invoices from 4,721 miles are available by PDF.

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