We are pleased to offer 1974 246 GTS s/n 08030, a two-owner late USA model 246 GTS with
only 10,693 miles. New in Fly yellow with A/C, P/W, Daytona seats and Campagnolo wheels.
Sold to the second owner in 1997 with just 8,100 undisputable miles. Complete book set (with radio
card, warranty card, service book, etc) with Ferrari North America supplied “How to Operate Your Dino” audio
cassette, complete tool set, roll, jack, jack bag and lug wrench, tire chalk, and emergency triangle. Even has the
original key fob!
Just had an “engine-out” engine and transaxle inspection, detail and reseal by Patrick
Ottis and ready to be re-installed after paintwork. Campagnola wheels with new XWXs. Now in primer after being
stripped to bare metal as part of a potential platinum level restoration. Show quality interior. Many parts re-conditioned or
new with new trim items, muffler, headers, and headlight covers and mount brackets. Everything boxed and labeled.
Priced right for the enthusiast who wants to have the best at $109,500 “as-is”.

S/n 08030. 246 GTS. 1974 USA model. New in Fly yellow, Daytona seats, P/M, A/C, Cromodora wheels. No flairs.
1974, new to Wide World of Cars, 233 West Route 59, Nanuet, New York. 10954.
1974, 07 June, sold new to first owner, John Fergus, Westerville, Ohio. John was the Volkswagen
importer – distributor for the Midwest for 23 years. Diagnosed with chest cancer and sold everything off 1997-98.
Car was yellow, USA model, P/W, A/C, Daytona seats and Cromodora wheels.
1997, sold to Tom Rootliep, Turlock, CA. Only 8,100 miles. Fly yellow, California plates TMX 729.
1998, shown at Concorso Italiano, Monterey, CA. 85.5 points by Thomas Rootliep.
2005, stripped to bare metal and a platinum level restoration begun. All the work done so far is absolutely top
flight and by the very best in the business. The car is well on its way to become the 100 point show car it is intended to be.
Seats reupholstered by Niminck in correct Connolly leather; the interior is otherwise all original.
The radiator was cleaned and needs to be painted flat black before being installed.
The car has been taken down to bare metal and shot in primer to preserve the metal. It is ready for paint and assembly.
The bumpers have been nickel plated, but need to be chromed.
The engine and transaxle was sent to Patrick Ottis for compression and leak down checks, inspection, detail and
reseal. It is ready to go back into the car.
2005, 10 Nov., sold to Fantasy Junction and Mike Sheehan’s www.Ferraris-online.com and offered for sale.


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