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For Sale 1959 FERRARI 250 SWB GOING TO AUCTION

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  1. #PoweredbySpeedDigital

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    Mar 11, 2019
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    Charlotte, NC
    Full Name:
    Neil R Pitt
    1959 FERRARI 250 SWB
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    ESTIMATE: $1,250,000 - 1,500,000

    DESCRIPTION:
    GTO Engineering in Reading, England has restored and rebuilt some of the world's most
    significant Ferraris, including many of the 39 original 250 SWB cars Ferrari built in the 60's.
    Utilizing a 250 GT chassis, they authentically recreate the iconic 250 SWB cars in meticulous
    detail, using original Colombo V-12 engines and manual gearboxes. One of the most notable
    Scaglietti designs... READ MORE

    Saturday, Oct. 12 RAND Luxury is hosting an auction of collectible motorcars at the Nassau County Museum of Art. A portion of the proceeds of the auction will benefit the museum.

    On Friday, Oct 11th there will be a VIP Motorcar Preview Cocktail Reception For Registered Bidders, Cosigners, Sponsors, Press/Media & Invited Guests. On Saturday, Oct 12th, beginning at 10AM there will be Motorcar Preview Brunch Reception. The auction will begin at 1PM.

    Please contact:
    Bradford Rand, CEO – BRand@RANDLuxury.com or 212.655.4505 ext. 223
    Andrew Levitt – ALevitt@RANDLuxury.com or 212.655.4505 ext. 224

    A limited number of sponsorship/branding opportunities are available to showcase your company to our affluent audience.

    Please contact:
    Alex Reiff – AReiff@RANDLuxury.com or 212.655.4505 ext. 237

    Nassau County Museum of Art
    One Museum Dr
    Roslyn, NY 11576 United States
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  2. NürScud

    NürScud F1 Veteran

    Nov 3, 2012
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    Oh my Lord.

    Stunning car!
     
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  3. Oengus

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    Chas
    wow very nice
     
  4. alberto

    alberto Formula 3
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    Wow, $1.2 to $1.5 million for a replica. A well done one no doubt, but still not the original thing. You know you are dealing with a very special car when the original is unobtainable my mere mortals and the replica is that also.
     
  5. puckybadger

    puckybadger Karting
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    Jan 12, 2016
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    I know I'm biased but when I see things like this it reminds me of my 2002 456M GT
     
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  6. Simon^2

    Simon^2 F1 World Champ

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    I knew something was awry when I saw the price...
     

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