TYPE: 275 GTB
BODY: Short Nose 3-Carb Steel
CHASSIS: Tipo 563
MOTOR: Tipo 213
GEARBOX: Tipo 563/1015
REAR AXLE: Tipo 56
ASSY #: 35
Identified as 275 GTB. Destinazione Jones, ?. Assembly sequence no. 35, body no. n/a. (H. Raab's Ferrari Serial Numbers Part I, 2nd ed.).
Apparently picked up new in Maranello by Dr. Harry F. Jones. Car was serviced under warranty by Ferrari in Modena before being shipped to the USA in March 1965. (LCM files).
Owned 1968 by Dr. William Raike, University of Texas, Austin, TX/USA.
Being serviced by Foreign Car Clinic, Austin, TX/USA. (LCM files).
Offered 1972 by Charles F. Their, Austin, TX (CPandAutoWeek 01 Apr 1972).
Offered 1977 by Howard Phillips, Austin, TX/USA. Red. Rebuilt engine, updated heads, rebuilt brakes, vane-type alloy wheels, new paint with no rust, no bondo on body. New interior, chrome and rubber. (FCA Dec 1977).
Owned 1978 by Robert Taylor, Burlingame, CA/USA (FOCUSA Jul 1978).
Listed in 1979 FOCUSA Roster by Taylor.
Listed in 1979-1982 FOCUSA Rosters by Russell N. Head, Burlingame, CA/USA..
Listed in 1982 FOCUSA Roster by Frank Kawalkowski, San Francisco, CA/USA.
Offered 1992 by San Francisco Ferrari, San Francisco, CA/USA. Red with black interior. (FML 1709). Offered again 1993. (FML 1802).
Offered 1993 by Fantasy Junction, Emeryville, CA/USA. Red with black interior. Burlwood dash and alloy wheels. (FML 1819). Offered again 1994. (FML 1901).
Offered Sep 2002 by Fantasy Junction, Emeryville, CA/USA. Fresh fly yellow metal-up paint and very nice black leather. Burl wood dash, sunburst wheels, detailed engine and latest update on driveshaft. Beautiful car in excellent condition. (FML 2719).
Purchased ""three months ago"" [Aug 2002?] from Fantasy Junction by Frederick Schatzman, Great Falls, VA. (Schatzman telecon 05 Nov 2002).
June 2011 offered by Fantasy Junction, Emeryville, CA. Yellow with black leather interior. Delivered new at the factory to an American who had the car serviced under warranty at the factory before shipping it to the U.S. March 1965. Passing through the hands of a few Texas owners before being sold to a California owner in 1978, where it stayed until it was sold by Fantasy Junction in 1994. FJ sold the car again in 2002, when it had just received a bare metal repaint, and again in 2004 to the current owner. Since 2004, the car has had over $132,000 in work, including completely rebuilt suspension, transaxle, steering box, and a full engine rebuild by Wayne Obry’s Motion Products. Much other maintenance work has been performed, including rebuilding the fuel pump, adding an electric fan, replacing various hoses, regular fluid changes, services, and tune-ups, new tires, and other work by its detail-oriented owner. As long as we have known the car, it has had a burled dashboard. Engine rebuild just finished.
Cosmetically and mechanically excellent. Complete with tools, books and a thick file of invoices (including three invoices from Chinetti Motors, circa 1965-1968). (FML 3613).