Second production BB built. Well–documented ownership history from new. Fanatically restored. Platinum trophy winner at the FCA national meet. Fly yellow with black. All tools and books. Pay for the restoration, get the car for free.
The 2nd production 365 GT4/BB. The 6th 365 GT4/BB in the total series. Delivered new in Fly yellow with Beige interior. Engine # 11, transmission # 9.
S/n 17321. The 2nd production 365 GT4/BB. The 6th 365 GT4/BB in the total series. Delivered new in Fly yellow with Beige interior. Engine # 11, transmission # 9.
1973, sold new to Crepaldi, the Authorized Ferrari dealer for Milano.
New to an Italian client.
1976, imported into the USA. In New York.
1979–80, Ferrari Owner’s Club Roster, listed by Dale Taylor, Carmel Valley, CA.
1979, 07 Oct., offered by John Schwarz, Glendale, CA, in the LA Times. White/black. 18,000 miles. Mechanically good, cosmetically fair. New York Registration.
1980, FOC Roster, listed by Taylor.
1980, 09 Mar., car offered again in the LA Times.
1980, car approved by the D.O.T.
1981, offered in FML by European Auto Sales.
Complete strip and repaint in red lacquer on undamaged car. New 512 front spoiler and rear valance. New Blaupunkt and black leather on seats. Complete engine and gearbox rebuild.
1982, offered again in FML 0706.CA/USA legal.
1987, September, identified a 365 GT4/BB by Dyke Ridgley and subsequently in Hilary Raab’s “FSN Part I.”
1988, 19 June, offered in LA times at 818 908 9082.
1989, to Ritchie Pantora, started a restoration. Ritchie was in the car some astronomical amount.
1990, offered for sale. Red/black. Motor no. 11, gearbox n.9. (FML 1508).
1991, offered for sale again in FML 1621. 45,000 km.
1994, sold to current owner, Pennsylvania. Car underwent complete restoration by Long Island restorer Joe Lipani. (Car never owned by Lipani). The car had all original equipment back on car including original Vaxon radio. The car was returned to its original fly yellow/black with beige/black leather interior. Motor was done by Guiseppe Vidulich. Restoration completed by Joe Lipani, Montauk, New York. In addition to the only boxer to get platinum at 1997 FCA National concours this car took best of show at the 97 Philadelphia Ferrari meet and best of class in 1998.
1997, entered FCA North American Concours, Leesburg, VA by Stephen J. Daily, Bryn Mawr, PA. Platinum Class award.
1999, Jan–Feb., as per multiple conversations with Steve, yes, he will photo the car when the snow stops and he can take it outside. Yes he will sell the car but wants more than $85,000 but some number less than $100,000, and yes, that is less than the cost of the restoration, but… oh well, he had fun.
1999, 4 Dec., as per long conversation with owner, yes, he will sell as he never uses the car. His bottom line is $90,000 “net“. Its time to sell the car.