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    Ed s/n 13951 is a European version delivered new to Italy. Plexiglass production continued through s/n 141xx or thereabouts. Marcel will know.
     
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    14115 LHD I think that came to the USA for racing but of course there was a story or two involved with that escapade...
    14117 and 14119 were plexi RHD versions.
     
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    A minor correction regarding 14115.


    It was NOT shipped directly to Sebring. It was shipped on 21 June 1971 from Italy (Savona) on board the S/S Torinita as part of a shipment of four Ferraris, S/N 14159, 14237, 14243 and 14115. The ship arrived at Port Newark, NJ/USA on 01 Jul 1971 and the cars were then delivered to Luigi Chinetti Motors


    This was, of course, long after the 1971 Sebring race and I do not believe it was ever intended to actually be seriously raced. I believe that this was just a subterfuge to get a European spec car into the country.

    S/N 14115 was the cheapest car in the shipment, Chinetti paying $11,814.00. For the other three cars Chinetti paid $12,794.00
     
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    14121 RHD but the headlights treatment is questioned.

    14123 USA and 14125 were pop-up headlights.
     
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    If the car has been in the same family ownership for 40 years (as is implied in the ad) then $499k probably represents a handsome return on the car without being greedy for every last dollar. Only if the car had been brought in the last 5-7 years would that represent a downside.
     
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    That”s a lot of Money compared to what i paid for mine In 1999!
     
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    I remember in 1999 I offered $110k for a decently nice example and he said it was mine for $120k. I walked away! Stupid me.
     
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    ag512bbi, there were a lot of Daytonas for sale at that time $100k - $125k was common.i remember a nice silver 275 short nose at a dealer On the east coast asking $180k ...that was ‘the money’ then
     
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    Lusso's and 250 PF Cab II's were in that price range too until 2002-3 or so.
     
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    My Father paid £7,500 for what is now my Daytona in 1976. That equates to about £48,000 in today's money or the same as a very basic spec Porsche Boxster. Mind you in 1987 it had an agreed insurance value of £400,000 which equates to just over £1.1m in today's money. I'm not aware of any standard Daytona making £1.1m in the recent boom?
     
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    Yes, CRAZY.
    I remember that with the Lussos.
     
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    I've always wanted a Lusso. When I bought my 365GT in 1993, Lussos were about 3x what I paid for my car. I figured some day, I'll sell my 365GT and pay up a bit and get a Lusso... there's plenty of time. As you point out, even into 2001-02... now, no way. Even though Lusso's have come down a bit.
     
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    The Lusso was the last of the great 250 series buys.
     
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    And 275 GTS for a convertible.

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    Really, I feel the 275 GTB/4 finished it's run after the 275 GTS. I'm just kinda guessing. Let me know.
     
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    Last 275 GTS is s/n 8653, first 275 GTB/4S NART Spyder is s/n 9437.
     
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    Re-read. One of the last good “buys” to be had. Not production run, guys.

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    Sorry off subject.
     

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