- Model195 Inter
- Serial #0109 S
- Engine #109 S
- Engine Type195
- Chassis Type195
- Build Sequence #7
- Number Built35
- Body TypeCoupe 2+2
- Body BuilderGhia
- First OwnerWIPUCO
Very nice medium–to–dark blue paint on an unusually attractive Ghia body. Excellent tan cloth interior. Chrome, trim and detail work to show standards. An excellent older restoration finished to a very high standard with much recent work done by Patrick Ottis, including rebuilt gearbox. Very well sorted and ready to go. Eligible for virtually every event on the planet, from the Mille Miglia or the Monterey Historics to a place on the lawn at the next Cavallino Classic or F.C.A. National meet. This car will not disappoint.
Ghia: 7th built. S/n 0109 S. 195 Inter 2 P, 2+2 coupe. Blue paint, blue and tan cloth interior. Has altimeter and temperature gauges in rear view mirror.
S/n 0109 S. 195 Inter 2 P, 2+2 coupe. Ghia: 7th built. Blue paint, blue and tan cloth interior. Has altimeter and temperature gauges in rear view mirror. Delivered new to WIPUCO in Milan, Italy (Franco Cornacchia, well known Ferrari racing driver of the late 1940s and early 1950s).
Resold to Portafiguesi in Genova, Italy, then to Inco Bernabei, Rome, then Larry Taylor, Storrs, Connecticut.
1981, October, Gary Schonwald, NY. To De Kalb Leasing, Norristown, PA. With Glen Kahlil.
1990, January, offered at Barrett Jackson Auction, Scottsdale, AZ. Unsold.
1990, 22 May, at Christie’s Auction, Monaco. Withdrawn.
1992, August, H & H Classic Cars, USA 1993, to Mark Ketcham, Mill Valley, who sold the car to Brad Hallock, Concord, CA. To Brandon Lawrence at Camissa Motorcars.
1994, 28 May – 25 June, for sale in FML by Mark Ketcham.
Beautiful older restoration on a lovely early touring Ferrari. Medium blue exterior with blue leather and tan cloth centers. 32,000 original km. Beautiful, original instruments including an altimeter in the rear view mirror. One of seven built. RHD. $235,000.
1994, sold to Japan.
1997, owned by Classic Line (dealer) in Japan.
1998, September, offered out of Japan.
1999, 22 Mar., sold to Bruce Trenery at Fantasy Junction.
1999, 17 Apr. – 20 May, for sale in FML by Fantasy Junction.
Medium blue with tan cloth interior. Fully restored to a very high standard. Ghia touches include an altimeter and temperature gauge in the rearview mirror. Compare to other early Ferraris at $195,000.
1999, June, for sale in “Sports Car Market.”.
Coupe, medium blue/tan cloth, fully restored to very high standard, altimeter and temperature, gauge in rear view mirror, compare price with other early Ferrari to see what a special value this is. $195,000. 510 653 7555. Fax 510 653 9754 CA.
1999, June, sold to Eric Zausner.
2000, 09 Aug., as per long conversation with Patrick Ottis they have done the gearbox so it is now very good. It was a single exhaust car and they converted it to a dual exhaust car. Engine was serviced. It is a single carb car. A nice little car. Most people would consider it a restored car. Runs and drives well. Lots of minor work has been done that make it a better car. It is not a “lawn ornament” car but is very user friendly and well sorted.
2000, 4 Nov. – 30 Dec., for sale in FML by Fantasy Junction.
Medium blue with tan cloth interior. Fully restored to a very high standard with much recent work done by Patrick Ottis, including rebuilt gearbox. Absolutely spot–on & ready to go. $240,000.
2001, 13 Jan.–16 June, for sale in FML by Fantasy Junction.
Medium blue with tan cloth interior. Fully restored to a very high standard with much recent work done by Patrick Ottis, including rebuilt gearbox. Absolutely spot–on & ready to go. $245,000.
2001, 16 June, spoke with Bruce Trenery. The car is very nice. Well sorted. Shows well. Patrick Ottis did a good job of “sorting” the car and Eric spared no expenses. The ask is $245,000.
2001, 18 June, Patrick called back. As per Patrick Eric Zausner bought the car with a good cosmetic restoration but no “sorting” so they rebuilt the gearbox, fussed with the brakes and “sorted” the car cosmetically and enhanced it cosmetically. Not a Pebble Beach car but not far from an FCA National meet car. Water piping hose layout or plumbing is not original and the water thermostat is not original but about $2,000 would clean it up and sort it out. The driver’s seat will fit anyone up to 275 pounds with comfort, unlike most of these early cars.
2001, 25 June, delivered to Ferraris–online.