Nino Vaccarella Ferrari Memorabilia
Vintage 1962 photo of Ferrari 250 TRI/61 S/N 0792TR at the Nurburgring 1000 KM.
This is a vintage 1962 photo of the Scuderia Serenissima Ferrari 250 TRI 61 which was driven by Carlo Abate and Nino Vaccarella during the Nurburgring 1000 KM race.
The car crashed out of the race in lap 7.
The car has an extensive racing history and now seems to reside in the USA.
The Morgan in the foreground is the Plus 4 of Guy & Claude Savoye which finished 25th.
The photo measures some 24 x 18 cm or 9 x 7 inches and is in mint condition.
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 1962 photo of Ferrari 250 TRI/61 S/N 0792TR at the Nurburgring 1000 KM
Vintage 1964 24 Hours of Le Mans Race Program.
The cover shows the start of the 1963 race with plenty of Ferraris hurtling down the start-finish straight towards the Dunlop Bridge.
It measures some 21 x 27 cm and counts 112 pages which are filled to the brim with information on the cars, the race and of course great period advertising.
The booklets also served as a ticket in the grand prize draw and, consequently, they were individually numbered with this being number 009204 but it might be a little late to claim your prize now...
It is in very good condition for its age and carries some notes on the individual contenders on the lap sheet.
The race itself was won by Jean Guichet & Nino Vaccarella in their # 20 Ferrari 275P (S/N 0816) with a total of 4695 KM to their name.
For the full results of this race, please see 24 Heures du Mans results 1964.
Vintage 1964 24 Hours of Le Mans Program Booklet
Vintage 1965 photo of Ferrari Dino 166P S/N 0834 - Lorenzo Bandini - Nurburgring 1000 KM.
This is a vintage 1965 photo of the factory entered Ferrari Dino 166P, serialnumber 0834, driven by Lorenzo Bandini and Nino Vaccarella en route to 4th place overall in the 1965 Nurburgring 1000 KM race.
The gentlemen gunned this 1600cc pocket rocket so fast around the Nurburgring track during the race that both officials and competitors had a hard time believing that this was actually a 1600cc car and under the watchful eye of the race commissioners the engine was taken apart after the race to verify its displacement!
The car in question survives to this day and now resides in the UK.
The photo measures some 17.5 x 13 cm or 7 x 5 inche.
It is in good condition with a small fold in the left bottom corner.
Vintage Original 1967 Le Mans Race Flyer.
These flyers were handed out at the race to spectators to show them around the track.
These are pretty scarce as most of them did not survive the race.
The cover matches the 1967 race poster which shows a fantastic (but heavily retouched) view of the 1966 starting grid based on an anonymous photograph.
It prominently features the # 29 Ferrari 275 GTB/C S/N 09035 of Piers Courage and Roy Pike who would be the highest finishing Ferrari in 1966 with their 8th place.
It measures 5.4 x 8.4 inches and unfolds to 21.6 x 8.4 inches.
The race was won by Dan Gurney & AJ Foyt in their # 1 Shelby American Ford GT MK IV (S/N J6) with a total of 388 laps to their name.
For the full results of this race, please see 24 Heures du Mans results 1967.
Vintage Original 1967 Le Mans 24 Hours Flyer
Vintage June 1968 24 Heures du Mans Race Poster (Race was postponed to September due to strikes and student riots in Paris).
June 15 & 16, 1968.
The poster shows the start on the 1967 edition with the Ferrari 330 P3 S/N 0846 of Chris Amon and Nino Vaccarella heading the pack away from the start.
It is part of the so-called "Modern Photographic Approach" era in Le Mans posters which lasted from 1964 - 1971.
The layout and production of this poster were in the hands of Imprimerie Oberthur who realized this poster based on a color photograph, by Andre Delourmel, of the start of the 1967 edition.
The race was won by Pedro Rodriguez & Lucien Bianchi in their # 9 John Wyer Ford GT40 with a total of 331 laps to their name.
The 1968 race would prove to be a disaster for Ferrari with the ONLY Ferrari that made it to the finish being the Ferrari 250 LM of David Piper and Richard Attwood in 7th place.
For the full results of this race, please see 24 Heures du Mans results 1968.
40 x 60 cm.15.5 x 23.5 inches.
It is in near mint condition for its age with some very minor wrinkling over a length of about 2 inches on the right hand border which doesn't distract from the overall appearance.
Vintage Original June 1968 Le Mans 24 Hours Poster
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