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1 de 3 Ferrari Thomassina en venta por 8 millones de €
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What you are looking at here is a rather mysterious coach-built Ferrari from 1967. Called Ferrari Thomassima, it was apparently commissioned by a brand aficionado in California and was unveiled at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in 1968.
Its underpinnings are based on those of a Cooper Climax F1 car from 1957, while the V12 engine is from a Ferrari 250. The racing Ferrari- and Alfa Romeo-inspired body is the work of coach builder Tom Meade and only three were ever made – the first one was lost in a flood, while the third is at Ferrari’s official home museum.
This second car disappeared in the early 1970, only to surface again last year after having undergone a claimed seven-year-long restoration. It looks pretty good and promises it is in full working order also.
It’s now up for sale on eBay where the seller is looking to get $9million