1967 Ferrari Memorabilia and Literature
1967 Ferrari Memorabilia and Literature

1967 Ferrari Literature

1967 Ferrari Memorabilia and Literature

1967 Ferrari Memorabilia and Literature

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1967 Enzo Ferrari signed Mike Parkes Ferrari Card

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1967 Enzo Ferrari signed Mike Parkes Ferrari Card

Newly arrived 1967 Enzo Ferrari signed Mike Parkes Ferrari Card

This is an official Ferrari factory issued postcard of Michael "Mike" Parkes that has been autographed by "The Drake", Enzo Ferrari, himself on May 12, 1963.

The handwritten text on the back reads "Grazie e cordialissimi" and is signed by Enzo in his characteristic violet ink.

The type-written text in the bottom left corner dates the signature to February 9, 1967 with Modena as location.

The card is in more than excellent, near-mint, condition considering its age.

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Only 1 available of course as every autographed item is unique and we provide a Certificate of Authenticity with it which guarantees that this is a genuine signature.

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1967 Enzo Ferrari signed Mike Parkes Ferrari Card

Ferrari Yearbook 1967 Annuario

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Ferrari Yearbook 1967 Annuario

Factory original 1967 Ferrari Year Book.

Great period photography.

Issued in December 1967, it looks back on the events of that year and "polishes the egos" of many of Ferrari's patrons.

100+ pages in Italian language.

The book is in very good shape for its age, much better than the image suggests.

Only 1 available.

 

Ferrari Yearbook 1967 Annuario

1967 Pedro Rodriguez Protos F2 Enna Crash Steering Wheel

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1967 Pedro Rodriguez Protos F2 Enna Crash Steering Wheel

1967 Pedro Rodriguez Protos F2 Enna Crash - Steering Wheel.

Here we have a VERY special and TOTALLY unique item albeit not of Ferrari origin but since Pedro Rodriguez was such a prominent Ferrari personality, we felt it was appropriate to feature this item here.

In the 1967 season, it was quite normal for hot-shot Formula 1 drivers to also compete in the Formula 2 championship and so did Pedro Rodriguez eventhough he was a Cooper works F1 driver at that time.

On August the 20th, 1967 Pedro drove the Ron Harris entered Protos Cosworth F2 in the "Gran Premio del Mediterraneo" at the Enna track on Sicily.

The Protos F2 was quite a special car which was designed by Frank Costin with a chassis that was largely made of wood and which featured an enclosed cockpit!

During the race, Pedro was battling it out with Jean-Pierre Beltoise for second place, lost it and crashed the car heavily, thus smashing it to matchwood!

According to the person that salvaged this steering wheel from the wreck, it was, apart from the engine(!), the largest surviving part of the car!

During the crash, Pedro was launched from the car, still strapped in his seat and so passed leader Jackie Stewart who later stated that he had never been challenged for the lead in a race by someone without a car...

Amazingly enough, Pedro only suffered a broken heel in this massive crash.

Ray Buckley, who was the team mechanic at the Ron Harris racing team salvaged the steering wheel and later, when he was employed by the Hesketh F1 team, passed it on to David Phelbs who had it mounted as presented and offered for sale now.

The steering wheel gives a good impression of how massive this shunt must have been....

The front of this mounting shows of course this very original steering wheel, a photo of Pedro and a caption.

The rear shows the declaration of David Phelbs and how he got to this steering wheel + a copy of an interview with Pedro on this shunt.

Along with it comes an original copy "Autosport" with a write up on the race and the accident.

Truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to acquire such a unique item in such unmolested condition (after all, this is how it came out of the crash!) with such excellent provenance.

Only 1 available.

 

1967 Pedro Rodriguez Protos F2 Enna Crash Steering Wheel

Original 1967 Lorenzo Bandini Death Notice Obituary Card

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Original 1967 Lorenzo Bandini Death Notice Obituary Card

This is an extremely scarce Item.

This is an ORIGINAL Death Notice card of Lorenzo Bandini.

Only a few selected friends of the family received this card in 1967.

Lorenzo was Enzo Ferrari's "Golden Boy" in the 1960's and is even rumored to be the cause of the break-up between Ferrari and John Surtees.

Lorenzo died after having suffered severe burns to his body during his horrible crash in the 1967 Monaco Grand Prix at the age of 31. Lorenzo drove a Ferrari 312 when he lost control over the car in the chicane after which the car caught fire. Lorenzo died three days later in hospital.

It measures approximately 20.5 x 10.5 cm or 8.5 x 4 inches and opens up to 20.5 x 21 cm or 8.5 x 8 inches.

Only 1 available.

Original 1967 Lorenzo Bandini Death Notice Obituary Card

1967 Ferrari Dino 206 GT BW Sales Card

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1967 Ferrari Dino 206 GT BW Sales Card

Ferrari factory original 1967 Ferrari Dino 206GT B&W Specification Sales Card.

Excellent, near mint condition, specification card showing the Pininfarina design drawing + Dino & Pininfarina logos on the front. The rear lists the specs in Italian, French & English.

No print # but Michel Sauze lists it in his yellow book on page 14 and has numbered it "67/00".

 

 

 

 

 

1967 Ferrari Dino 206 GT BW Sales Card

1966 Ferrari 330 GTS Sales Sheet Hollywood Sports Cars

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1966 Ferrari 330 GTS Sales Sheet Hollywood Sports Cars

Ferrari 330GTS Sales Sheet.

Ca. 1966 / 1967 B&W sales sheet for the Ferrari 330 GTS, issued by Hollywood Sportscars of Hollywood, California.

Front shows 3/4 frontal shot of the 330GTS, rear shows image of the engine + lists the specs of the car.

Language: English.

Near Mint Condition for its age.

Only 1 available.

 

1966 Ferrari 330 GTS Sales Sheet Hollywood Sports Cars

Vintage 1967 photo of Ferrari 330 P4 S/N 0858 at the BOAC 500

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Vintage 1967 photo of Ferrari 330 P4 S/N 0858 at the BOAC 500

Vintage 1967 photo of Ferrari 330 P4 S/N 0858 at the BOAC 500.

This is a vintage photo (i.e. printed shortly after the image was captured on film) of the Ferrari 330 P4 Barchetta of Jonathan Williams and Paul Hawkins during a VERY busy pitstop while en route to 6th place overall in the 1967 running of the BOAC 500 at Brands Hatch.

The car, S/N 0858, was modified from Berlinetta to Barchetta right before and it was its only race in this guise as it would be converted to a 350 CanAm Spyder Group 7 car after this.

It survives to this day.

The photo measures approximately 8 x 6.5 inches or 20.5 x 17 cm.

The back carries the photographer's stamp.

This is a vintage print, i.e. printed shortly after the original image was captured on film.

Only 1 available.

Vintage 1967 photo of Ferrari 330 P4 S/N 0858 at the BOAC 500

Vintage 1967 photo of Ferrari 330 P4 S/N 0858 at the BOAC 500

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Vintage 1967 photo of Ferrari 330 P4 S/N 0858 at the BOAC 500

Vintage 1967 photo of Ferrari 330 P4 S/N 0858 at the BOAC 500.

This is a vintage photo (i.e. printed shortly after the image was captured on film) of the Ferrari 330 P4 Barchetta of Jonathan Williams and Paul Hawkins en route to 6th place overall in the 1967 running of the BOAC 500 at Brands Hatch.

The car, S/N 0858, was modified from Berlinetta to Barchetta right before and it was its only race in this guise as it would be converted to a 350 CanAm Spyder Group 7 car after this.

It survives to this day.

The photo is in mint condition, measures approximately 4.5 x 3.5 inches, carries no reference to a possible photographer but is a bit blurry.

This is a vintage print, i.e. printed shortly after the original image was captured on film.

Only 1 available.

Vintage 1967 photo of Ferrari 330 P4 S/N 0858 at the BOAC 500

1967 Grand Prix de France Poster Circuit Bugatti Vintage Original

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1967 Grand Prix de France Poster Circuit Bugatti Vintage Original

1967 Grand Prix de France Poster - Circuit Bugatti - Vintage Original.

July 2, 1967.

The race was won by Jack Brabham on Brabham-Repco, ahead of his team mate Denny Hulme.

The only Ferrari entered was the one of Chris Amon who dropped out of the race in lap 47 due to throttle problems.

Measures approximately:
16 x 24 inches.
41 x 61 cm.

Mint condition.

This poster will be shipped, rolled, in a sturdy tube.

This poster is VERY scarce and we only have 1 available.

1967 Grand Prix de France Poster Circuit Bugatti Vintage Original

Vintage 1967 Photo of Lorenzo Bandini and Chris Amon with Edwina Winkie Louise at Daytona 24 Hours 1967

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Vintage 1967 Photo of Lorenzo Bandini and Chris Amon with Edwina Winkie Louise at Daytona 24 Hours 1967

Vintage 1967 Photo of Lorenzo Bandini and Chris Amon being congratulated by Miss Firebird 1967, Edwina Winkie Louise at the Daytona 24 Hours 1967.

This is a fantastic vintage 1967 photo Lorenzo Bandini (& Chris Amon) after having won the 1967 Daytona 24 Hours and both gentlemen look remarkably fresh after such an exhausting race.

The duo won the race in their Ferrari 330 P3/4 S/N 0846 and Ferrari would score their illustrious 1-2-3 victory with all three cars crossing the finish line almost simultaneously.

The photo measures some 25 x 20 cm or 10 x 8 inches including the white border as shown, is in near mint condition and carries no references towards the photographer on the back.

This is a vintage print, i.e. printed shortly after the original image was captured on film.

Only 1 available.

Our thanks goes to David Hayes for identifying Edwina Winkie Louise in this photograph who would otherwise been known for ever as "the unknown blond woman". Thank you David!

Vintage 1967 Photo of Lorenzo Bandini and Chris Amon with Edwina Winkie Louise at Daytona 24 Hours 1967

Vintage 1967 Ferrari 330 P4 advertisement for Champion Spark Plugs

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Vintage 1967 Ferrari 330 P4 advertisement for Champion Spark Plugs

Vintage 1967 Ferrari 330 P4 advertisement for Champion Spark Plugs.

1967 ad for Champion Spark Plugs showing a Ferrari 330 P4.

The ad shows the Ferrari 330 P4 Spyder S/N 0860 of Chris Amon & Jackie Stewart which finished second in the 1967 BOAC 500 at Brands Hatch.

A GREAT period piece that is exceptionally well suited for framing!

Measures approximately 8.5 x 10.5 inches.

Only 1 available.

 

 

Vintage 1967 Ferrari 330 P4 advertisement for Champion Spark Plugs

Vintage 1967 photo of Ferrari 330 P4 S/N 0860 at the BOAC 500 by Geoffrey Goddard

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Vintage 1967 photo of Ferrari 330 P4 S/N 0860 at the BOAC 500 by Geoffrey Goddard

Vintage 1967 photo of Ferrari 330 P4 S/N 0860 at the BOAC 500 by Geoffrey Goddard.

This is a vintage photo (i.e. printed shortly after the image was captured on film) of the Ferrari 330 P4 Barchetta of Chris Amon & Jackie Stewart en route to 2nd place overall in the 1967 running of the BOAC 500 at Brands Hatch after having lost the engine cover.

The car, S/N 0860, was modified from Berlinetta to Barchetta right before this race and it was its only race in this guise as it would be converted to a 350 CanAm Spyder Group 7 car after this.

It survives to this day minus its original body.

The photo is in mint condition, measures approximately 21 x 16 cm or 8 x 6 inches and carries the stamp of the great Godfrey Goddard on the back.

This is a vintage print, i.e. printed shortly after the original image was captured on film.

Only 1 available.

Vintage 1967 photo of Ferrari 330 P4 S/N 0860 at the BOAC 500 by Geoffrey Goddard

Vintage 1967 Color Slide - Monaco Grand Prix - Lorenzo Bandini's last lap !

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Vintage 1967 Color Slide - Monaco Grand Prix - Lorenzo Bandini's last lap !

Vintage 1967 color slide of Lorenzo Bandini in his very last lap at the Monaco Grand Prix on May 7, 1967.

In this picture we see Lorenzo heading towards the Portier turn in lap 87 of the Grand Prix.

An Italian team leader at Ferrari, Bandini was under considerable pressure to perform. At Monaco in 1967 he was lying second late in the race. On lap 82 of the scheduled 100, probably due to fatigue, Bandini misjudged his entry to the harbour front chicane. The Ferrari clipped some straw bales and overturned, on fire and with Bandini trapped inside.

The raging inferno made rescue difficult, a situation not helped by a TV helicopter fanning the flames from above. Eventually, Bandini was removed and taken to the Princess Grace Hospital, terribly burned. He held onto life for three days before eventually succumbing. In a cruel postscript, Bandini’s wife, expecting the couple’s first child, suffered a miscarriage. An estimated 100,000 people attended Bandini's funeral.

Since this is the original slide, it comes including the copyright so the buyer is free to reproduce it, also for commercial purposes!

Only 1 available.

Vintage 1967 Color Slide - Monaco Grand Prix - Lorenzo Bandini's last lap !

1967 Photo of Ferrari 330 P4 S/N 0858 at the 24 Hours of Le Mans with Ludovico Scarfiotti and Mike Parkes

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1967 Photo of Ferrari 330 P4 S/N 0858 at the 24 Hours of Le Mans with Ludovico Scarfiotti and Mike Parkes

1967 Photo of Ferrari 330 P4 S/N 0858 at the 24 Hours of Le Mans with Ludovico Scarfiotti and Mike Parkes.

This is a ca. 20 year old print from the original negative of the 1967 photo of the Scuderia Ferrari factory entered Ferrari 330P4 S/N 0858 of Ludovico Scarfiotti and Mike Parkes en route to second overall in the 1967 24 Hours of Le Mans.

It shows the car rounding the famous Mulsanne corner and heading towards Indianapolis and Arnage.

The car in question was later modified significantly, first to Barchetta specs and then to Can-Am Group 7 Spyder spec and seems to reside in the USA.

The photo measures some 21 x 16 cm or 8 x 6 inches.

The back carries the photographer's stamp.

It is in mint condition.

For the full results of this race, please see 24 Heures du Mans results 1967.

Only 1 available.

1967 Photo of Ferrari 330 P4 S/N 0858 at the 24 Hours of Le Mans with Ludovico Scarfiotti and Mike Parkes