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Old 14-07-2007, 18:56
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I only got the chance to get a photo signed from Luca di M. and René Arnoux at Fiorano but really want one from Niki Lauda and Michael of course so that's still on my to-do-list!
'only'??? I am astonished that so many members have authographs from those important people! I didn't know these persons were that 'approachable' and kind to give them. From Arnoux I already read here somewhere that he takes time for his fans. And Jacky Ickx always seem to be everywhere . Luca di M, : I think that is very special to have his signature. Don't forget; with that signature his signs important contracts and guides the whole company! wow.
But yes, for me, there is only one very important signature, and that's is from Schumacher, as he is such an exceptional champion.
That's why I got one signature on a box, with one of his cars he drove..

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Old 24-07-2007, 07:36
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Question ho can help me name the car typ

i have some pics of Ferrari's but i don't now exact whits type it is
can you help me
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Old 24-07-2007, 07:38
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Old 24-07-2007, 07:39
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Old 24-07-2007, 09:06
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Pics 2 = 212 Export
Pics 3 = I don't think it's a Ferrari!!

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Pics 1 = not sure, but it could be a 340 MM
Pics 3 = not sure, but it could be a 250 og 275 GT Pinin Farina

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Old 24-07-2007, 14:57
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Pic 3 = 166 MM Barchetta (1950) (licenceplate YPY 333)

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Old 24-07-2007, 18:15
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Picture 1 is a 500 F
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picture 4 is a 312 Spezza something (snow plouger = sneeuwschuiver)

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Old 24-07-2007, 18:19
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i have some pics of Ferrari's but i don't now exact whits type it is
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Number 1 and 2 are a Mondial (probably a 500 Mondial)

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Old 24-07-2007, 22:32
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Pict 1: Now this is strange, a body of a 500 f2 but i think the engine is wrong, Ferrari 4 cyl engines had the carburettors on the right and the exhaust on the left, of cause the f2 had no headlights, so what is this, i don't know.

Pict 2 and 3: I am pretty sure both are 750 monza

pict 4: 166 mm Barchetta by Touring

Pict 5: I'm not sure, 212 inter?

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Pict 1, 2, 3 ?
Pict 4: F312 B3 Spazzaneve (snowplow)
Pict 5: 340 America Berlinetta

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Pict 1 166 mm by Vignale 1953
pict 2, 3, 4, 5 ?

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Old 25-07-2007, 07:29
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thanks

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Old 25-07-2007, 12:27
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pic 1; I go with JWA. I doubt it's an 500F2, The exhaust is on the wrong side of the body. It does look much like a 2.5 litre 4-cylinder Ferrari (short chassis), but the engine doesn't look like a Ferrari engine. Both the side-mirrors and the headlights where also mounted on later. They didn't have them in those days ...

strange car. Do you know where that picture was taken ?

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Old 25-07-2007, 12:29
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#1 pic 5:
it's a 1953 Pininfarine Type 342 America
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Old 25-07-2007, 13:26
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the pic is taken on the 2007 Cavallino Classic

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Old 25-07-2007, 14:06
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Here: http://www.barchetta.cc/All.Ferraris...ist/index.html you can find all the entries of the Cavallino Classic 2007.
I think now, that the car #1 pic 1, can be a 625 F1.

After two years of F2 regulations the 1954 world championship was raced under F1 regulations again. The new regulations allowed for 2.5 litre naturally aspirated and 750 cc supercharged engined racers. Ferrari modified their 1952 and 1953 world championship winning 500 F2 by boring and stroking the four cylinder engine. Enter the Ferrari 625 F1.

Maserati campaigned their six cylinder 250F from the beginning of the season. Halfway through the season Ferrari and Maserati were joined by the straight-eight cylinder engined Mercedes Benz W196 and the Vittorio Jano designed Lancia D50 V8. Ferrari's three competitor's were all newer and of a more advanced design.

Juan Manuel Fangio started the season at Maserati but halfway the season he teamed up with Stirling Moss at Mercedes Benz. Ferrari's two primary drivers were Froilan Gonzalez and Mike Hawthorn. Both drivers won a Grand Prix each, but they were not able to keep with Fangio. In the driver's championship the first three places behind Fangio were filled by Ferrari drivers.

For the 1955 season the four cylinder car was further modified but it was no longer competitive.


Although I still have doubts about the engine and also still believe that the mirrors and headlights are mounted on later
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Old 26-07-2007, 18:51
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Sorry, it no 625 F1 either.
That car also had the four cylinder engine with the exhaust on the left side.

the picture shows a 625 F
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Old 26-07-2007, 18:53
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These pictures show the 500 F2
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Old 26-07-2007, 18:54
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With these engine pictures you see a big engine that is as far back as possible.
The unknow one has a smaller engine that is much more forward.
Is it a replica
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Old 26-07-2007, 23:04
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on the list of the Cavallino Classics the only car that comes close to the one in the picture is the 625. But then again, when you look at the engine, it doesn't look like a Ferrari engine, the exhaust is on the wrong side and the mounted headlights and mirrors aren't right.
If it is a replica it won't be on the list, probably. So what shall we do? Go for the replica? Perhaps the body is from a Ferrari 500/625 ... who knows what happened to the cars in the last 50 years ... rebuilts were often made in the those years already, etc.
I even heard stories about a 250 Testa Rossa mounted with a American V8 for durt-races can you believe that?

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Old 26-07-2007, 23:37
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Found this picture on the site of CC 2007.
I think this must be the 625 F1
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