We are pleased to offer 1974 USA Model Ferrari 246 GTS s/n 07888. This 246 GTS is a
well-documented Ferrari with service records as far back as 1980 documenting the mileage to today&’s 42,900 miles. This
Ferrari has less than 1,000 miles on a meticulous engine-out mechanical restoration at Ferrari of Atlanta with head
gaskets replaced, carbs rebuilt and adjusted, water pump rebuilt, starter rebuilt, brakes machined and new pads, a new
clutch assembly and the coolant system was overhauled with new front-to-rear hard lines at a total cost of
$18,000. Near perfect syncros and goes into 2nd gear cold without problem! 246 GTS s/n 07888 is equipped with air, power
windows, power antenna and has the original top cover used to cover the targa top when stowed behind the seats. Has a
complete set of books, tri-fold case, tools and jack with case. Has the wider Campagnolo wheels with almost new
Yokohama tires. Excellent body and paint. A mechanically superb Ferrari that only needs the seat seams replaced. Priced
right at $84,950.
1974-76, Austin, San Diego, CA. USA model, Campagnolo wheels.
1976-1980, Elbaum, Northridge, CA. A/C, P/W.
1980, Peters, Pine Mountain, CA. Red/tan. For sale.
1980-96, Bleeker, Bakersfield, CA. Red/black & tan.
1996, September, Bleeker & Co., CA. For sale.
1996, sold to Ron Fels, Los Angeles, CA.
2002, still with Ron Fels.
2002, 02 Oct., sold to current owner, Atlanta, Georgia.
2003, major mechanical service by Ferrari of Atlanta. A meticulous engine-out
mechanical restoration with head gaskets replaced, carbs rebuilt and adjusted, water pump rebuilt, starter
rebuilt, brakes machined and new pads installed, new clutch assembly, and the coolant system was overhauled
with new front-to-rear hard lines. Also had the choke lever assembly repaired, dash trim parts replaced,
reconditioned coolant reservoir tank, re-cored radiator, installed correct mirrors, replaced timing gear
bearings, freon was added, and a battery trickle charger was installed at a total cost of $18,000.
2004, November, on consignment with Michael Sheehan’s www.Ferraris-online.com.