- Model512 M
- Serial #1034
- Engine #1034
- Engine Type261 C
- Chassis TypeTube
- Build Sequence #17
- Number Built25
- Body TypeBerlinetta
- Body BuilderFerrari
- First OwnerSEFAC
- Current LocationFlorida
We are pleased to offer 1970 Ferrari 512 M s/n 1034. Originally bodied as a 512 S Berlinetta. Raced by Arturo Merzario and Clay Reggazzoni as a Factory “SEFAC” entry at Le Mans in 1970 but crashed heavily. In 1990 a new car was built by Bob Houghton Ltd. in England based on the original engine from s/n 1034, the original gearbox, driveline elements, steering rack, suspension components and the original chassis plate. Having owned and raced a 512 M, we believe the 512 M and 512 S are the ultimate Ferrari Sports Prototype race car, with 5.0 litres and 560 horsepower, the on–track performance is staggering while the light weight and massive tires make for an incredibly well balanced race car! Built to race and win the 24 hours of Le Mans and Daytona or the 12 hours of Sebring, these cars are virtually indestructible in vintage racing. This Ferrari is well sorted and in perfect race–ready condition with F.I.A. papers. Raced at many events in Europe and across the US, and eligible for HMSA, HSR, VARA, SOVREN, SCCA Vintage and CSRG race series.
S/N 1034. #17 of 25 built. Chassis # 1034** Originally a factory entry 512 S Berlinetta and raced as a “factory car”. Now fitted with a new frame and bodied by Bob Hougton as a 512M Berlinetta. Fitted with the original engine, gearbox and chassis plate from 512 M s/n 1034.
S/n 1034** Originally a 512 S Berlinetta and raced as a “factory car”. Now bodied as a 512 M.
1970, Le Mans 24 Hrs. Race #8. Merzario/Reggazzoni. Big accident. Destroyed.
1990, brand new car built in 1990 by Bob Houghton Ltd. in England based on engine #1034, the gearbox and the chassis plate from 1034.
Chassis number plate was owned by Peter Heuberger from Switzerland who had the new car built by Bob Houghton Ltd. In England.
1990, sold to Henrich Wiesendanger of Saint Gallen, Switzerland.
1996, early, sold thru Roland Hachler to Fandel.
1996, August, driven by Jack Ickx at Nürburgring during the Modena Motorsport meeting.
1997, August, at Nürburgring with Jacky Ickx, Show–Time.
1998, 01–02 July, at the Modena Motorsport F–1 Festival, Nürburgring, with Jacky Ickx.
1998, 15 Aug.–26 Sept., listed for sale in FML by ProTrade GmbH, Hamburg, Germany. www.protrademotors.com, 49 40 6684 252, fax 49 40 6684 257. Original engine, gearbox, driveline elements, steering rack and suspension components. In perfect race ready condition.
1999, 08–11 Apr., Techno Classica, Essen — displayed by ProTrade.
1999, 18–20 July, Goodwood Festival of Speed, Modena Motorsport. Driven by Jacky Ickx.
1999, 01–02 July, Modena Motorsport F–1 Festival, Nürburgring, red/red cloth. #8 Modena Motorsport, Germany. Driven by Uwe Meissner and Jacky Ickx.
2000, 23–25 June, Goodwood Festival of Speed, Goodwood, GB Nr. 133 with Uwe Meissner.
2001, 01–02 Aug., at the Modena Motorsport Festival, Nürburgring, with Jacky Ickx.
2002, 05–07 July, displayed at the Powerboat Grand Prix, Travemünde, Germany.
2002, 10–11 July, at the Modena Motorsport Festival, Spa–Francorchamps (Belgium), Jacky Ickx.
2003, 20 July, at Modena Motorsport Festival, Nürburgring, Germany. Red/red cloth. #8 Modena Motorsport, Germany. Driven by Jacky Ickx.
2003, 03 Nov., sold by Michael Sheehan, www.Ferraris–online.com to Bill Cotter, Seattle, WA..
2004, 05–06 June, entered and raced in the Wine Country Classic, Sonoma, CA, driven by Bill Cotter.
2004, 02–04 July, entered and raced in the Pacific Northwest Historics, Seattle WA, driven by Bill Cotter.
2004, 13–15 Aug., entered and raced in the Monterey Historic races, Monterey, CA, driven by Bill Cotter.
2004, 18 Aug., at the FCA Track Day at Laguna Seca. Race #8.
2005, 08–10 July, at Le Sommett Des Legendes St. Jovite, Quebec, Canada, driven by Bill Cotter.
2005, 14–17 July, at the Brian Redman International Challenge, Road America, Elkhart Lake, WI, driven by Bill Cotter.
2006, May, sold to new owner but not raced.
2007, November, on consignment with Michael Sheehan’s Ferraris-online.com.