- Model500 Superfast
- Serial #06039 SF
- Engine #6039 SF
- Engine TypeTipo 208
- Chassis TypeTipo 578
- Build Sequence #9
- Number Built36
- Body Type36
- Body BuilderPininfarina
- First OwnerSur Ragim
- Current LocationCalifornia
The 1965 Geneva Show car. Then sold through Garage Filipinetti to the Ali Khan family. The only series I Superfast factory fitted with plexiglass headlight covers. Recent restoration with new interior, rebuilt engine, transmission, differential and suspension. Dark blue with tan Connoly leather. The 5–liter V–12 was dyno tested at 400 hp at 6500 rpm. No expense spared Pebble Beach quality restoration, sorted and ready to go. See Cavallino magazine #11 pp. 10–15 for an excellent article on this car prior to restoration.
S/n 06039 SF. 9th of 36 built. LHD. 1965 Geneva Show Car. Factory fitted with plexiglass headlight covers. 3/1/65 sold to Prince Karim (Ali Khan’s son) for his brother Sur Ragim. Featured in Cavallino #11, pages 10 to 15.
S/n 06039 SF. 9th of 36. Entered Pininfarina 17/4/64. Pininfarina job number 99588.
1965, 15 Feb., completed. Exterior Rossa Corsa Italver 6504A). Interior Naturale 3309. 3 air ducts, plexiglass headlight covers.
1965, March, Geneva Show Car.
1965, 01 Mar., new through George Filipinetti’s Garage Montchoisy to Prince Karim (Ali Khan’s son) for his brother Sur Ragim.
1973, Peter Civit, CA, USA. Ed Delayney, Newport Beach, CA, USA.
1974, 27 June, to Otis Chandler, CA, through Jerry Siemons, Southwest Leasing, paid $15,300. Then mechanically restored by Ferrari Unlimited, Orange, CA. Repainted metallic blue by Bill De Carr, Bellflower, CA.
1979, August, for sale in the Ferrari Market Letter.
1979–80, Ferrari Owner’s Club Roster, listed by Otis Chandler, San Marina, CA. Sold to Greg Garrison, Studio City, fitted with Italian plates EE 70014.
1999, 2 May, as per long conversation with a reliable source, this car is offered but … only in a “package”.
1999, 3 May, offered the car to Skeets Dunn, Rancho Santa Fe, California. 1999, 11 May. As per conversation with Skeets Dunn, who just visited the Greg Garrison collection, he has agreed to buy this car. When he walked in the door this car was lined up with 0491 SA, the series one PF cab, the 4.9 Superfast II s/n 0719 SA, the 330 GTC s/n 10241 and this car, all in a row. He had to have it.
1999, 31 Dec., as per call from Skeets, this car just dynoed at 362 hp at 5000 rpm. After the rebuild they expect it to be good for 400 “ish” hp at 6500 rpm. Skeets likes this! It be a fast ride. Engine, cooling system, brakes, suspension, shocks, tires, interior, diff, exhaust, all are new or rebuilt.
2000, April, as per numerous conversations with Skeets Dunn, he may be interested in selling this car. Will give it some thought.
2000, 19 Apr., as per e mail from Skeets Dunn, will sell the car.
2000, 5 June, Skeets mailed up some decent quality photos and negatives.
2000, 1 July, for sale in FML by M. Sheehan.
The 1965 Geneva Show car, then sold through Filipinetti to the Ali Khan family. The only Series I Superfast factory fitted with headlight covers. Dark blue with tan Connolly leather. Recent restoration with new interior, rebuilt engine, gearbox, differential & suspension. See Cavallino NO. 11 for article on this car prior to it’s restoration. $400,000. Half–page ad on p. 21.
2000, 15 July,
The 1965 Geneva Show car, then sold through Filipinetti to the Ali Khan family. The only Series I Superfast factory fitted with headlight covers. Dark blue with tan Connolly leather. Recent restoration with new interior, rebuilt engine, gearbox, differential & suspension. See Cavallino NO. 11 for article on this car prior to it’s restoration. $400,000.
2000, 05, Aug., sold to a California client.
See Cavallino #11, pages 10 to 15.
See Ferrarisima #19 for possible additional information.
See Ferrari Market Letter Vol. 22 #4, 15 Feb. 1997 for brief history of each of these 36 cars by Michael Sheehan.