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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
OH MY GOD!!

That's an L


OH MY GOD!!

That's an LM!

Isn't that a 275LM too? I've seen this thing at the Historic Races in Monterey.

This car contends as my favorite road Ferrari of all time. That slot changes periodically, and some fall off the list entirely, but this is a cornerstop to me.

Absolutely amazing car. Thanks for sharing!

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The car with the blue is a 250

The car with the blue is a 250 LM and the one behind is a 62 GTO rebodied to a 64. Both showed up early and raced to the end of the block, turned around and raced back to where they are parked.

What a sound! The 250 was running straight pipes.
DJ
 
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Discussion Starter · #4 ·
That is just awesome.

I cou


That is just awesome.

I could have sworn the color scheme was also used on the 275LM, the bigger displacement iteration. Either way. An absolutely stunning vehicle.

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Discussion Starter · #5 ·
My understanding of this color

My understanding of this color scheme was that this version was unique to a British team that ran the car on the European circuit.
I am not positive and you could very well be correct!
 
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Discussion Starter · #6 ·
I think you're correct.

I think you're correct.

I'm pretty sure the 275LM never came in that livery.

It did win Le Mans in 1964 (65?). Fantastic car.

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Now that I look a little close

Now that I look a little closer one can see the Union Jack on the hood. British Team it is.
DJ
 
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Discussion Starter · #8 ·
The owner drove the LM, his la

The owner drove the LM, his lawyer drove the GTO and the owner's Enzo was sitting inside on the showroom floor of FoS.(so I was told)

Too bad a person can't be/do two things at once. Can you imagine the collective rush of driving an Enzo AND the LM at the same time!
 
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