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Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder Evocation

Lot No

66

Make

Ferrari

Model

250 GT California Spyder Evocation

Year

1999

Vehicle Registration

BPR723A

Chassis Number

WBACH32000LE92287

Engine Number

27359101

CC

2793

Body Colour

Red

Trim Colour

Cream

MOT Expiry

Dec 2017

Estimate

£50000 - 60000*

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Details

PLEASE NOTE: We apologise but this vehicle is Withdrawn from our 26th July 2017 auction.

- Incredible detail both to the exterior and interior

- Includes electric windows (operated by the window winders) and power hood

- Described as "excellent" with regards to the paintwork, interior trim, engine and five-speed manual gearbox

For many the Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder - be it in LWB or SWB guise - is simply one of the most beautiful cars ever made. With only 55 original examples being built it is no surprise they are highly prized by collectors with price tags to match their exclusivity. As with other automotive icons that are beyond the reach of mere mortals, numerous copies have been produced over the years, ranging from near exact facsimiles to more accessible lookalikes based on a multitude of mechanicals.

The sale car is based on a 1999 category C BMW Z3 2.8 mated to a manual gearbox, this immaculate right-hand drive example appears to have been manufactured to a high standard with incredible detail both to the exterior and interior. The car is appropriately finished in the classic combination of red coachwork with beige upholstery. Offered with its original service book, a collection of old MOT certificates, invoices and V5C, the specification includes electric windows (operated by the window winders) and power hood. The vendor currently classes the bodywork, paintwork, interior trim, engine and five-speed manual gearbox as "excellent" and this stylish evocation is offered with an MOT certificate into December 2017.

* All hammer prices are subject to a buyer's premium of 15% incl. VAT (@ 20%)

Date
26/07/2017

Location
Imperial War Museum Duxford