Image Unavailable, Please Login Image Unavailable, Please Login Image Unavailable, Please Login Image Unavailable, Please Login Since as long as I remember, I have loved the Ferrari Boxer possibly more than any other Ferrari. I was fortunate enough to purchase my first Ferrari, an 1984 512 BBI in 2013 and the car was everything I hoped it would be since dreaming about them as a child in the 80s. About 12 months later, I decided to add a 365 Boxer to have “book end” models. After my first long drive I was utterly blown away. The potency of the carbed 12 cylinder engine, the peakiness of the cams, the sound, the handling, the gearbox, was all I could ever ask for in a vintage Ferrari, not to mention the looks! After a year of owning both I found myself only driving the 365 Boxer and decided to part ways with the BBI. To me the 365 BB is the ultimate vintage Ferrari and nothing can offer the all around package that it can for anywhere near the value. Fast forward to early 2019 and I noticed a yellow 365 BB for sale at Copley Motors. I didn’t pay that much attention at first, though I had alway thought yellow with Boxer trim was among the best liveries for a Boxer. A month or so later I noticed it was still offered for sale. I decided to dig in a bit further and saw it was being represented as the Road and Track test car from the June 1975 issue, as well as an article in Playboy and Oui magazine. I started talking to Paul Newman about the car and the possibility of doing a full restoration of the car to concours condition. After several conversations and a friendly negotiation with the good people at Copley, I made a deal on the car subject to a PPI by Paul. Paul inspected the car a few days later, performing a thorough analysis of its originality, soundness, etc and gave it a positive review and determine it was an ideal restoration candidate. The deal was completed shortly thereafter and the car was shipped to me and then to Paul to start his work. Above are a few photos of the car when Copley was marketing it.