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Vintage 1963 Photo Sequence, Ferrari 250 GTO S/N 3647GT, crashed at the Tourist Trophy, Goodwood.
This is a vintage 1963 photo sequence of Tommy Hitchcock just having crashed the Ferrari 250 GTO of Prince Zourab Tchkotoua during the 1963 Tourist Trophy at Goodwood.
Hitchcock did more or less the same thing some 3 months earlier when he put the same car on its roof during the Nurburgring 1000 KM.
The car in question is S/N 3647 which of course survives to this day.
All 6 photos are vintage prints, i.e. printed shortly after the original image was captured on film and were shot by the same photographer.
Each photo measures some 22 x 16.5 cm or 8.7 x 6.5 inches.
The back carries the photographer's stamp along with a lot of scribbling.
We'll give a short description of each of the photos:
Truly a unique set of contemporary "documents" on a very important Ferrari and a unique happening!
These are vintage prints, i.e. printed shortly after the original image was captured on film.
Only 1 set available.
Vintage 1963 Photo Sequence of Ferrari 250 GTO S/N 3647GT crashed at the Tourist Trophy Goodwood
Vintage 1963 photo of Ferrari 250 GTO S/N 3943GT at the Nurburgring 1000 KM.
This is a vintage 1963 photo of the Ferrari 250GTO of Pierre Noblet which he drove to First-in-Class & 2nd overall with Jean Guichet during the Nurburgring 1000 KM race.
I believe it is Pierre Noblet in the picture but I am not entirely sure.
The car has an extensive racing history and now seems to reside in the USA.
The photo measures some 24.5 x 16 cm or 9 x 6 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 1963 photo of Ferrari 250 GTO S/N 3943GT at the Nurburgring 1000 KM
Vintage 1964 photo of Ferrari 250 GTO S/N 4153GT at the Nurburgring 1000 KM.
This is a vintage 1964 photo of the Ferrari 250GTO of Marquis Philippe de Montaigu which was driven by Gustave Gosselin & Francis van Lysbeth to 18th place overall and 4th in class during the Nurburgring 1000 KM race.
The car in the foreground is the Glas 1300 GT # 14 of Pierre de Siebenthal & Hermann Windler which would crash out of the race in 70th position.
The Ferrari has an extensive racing history and now seems to reside in Germany.
The photo measures some 30 x 21 cm or 12 x 8 inches and is in mint condition.
Vintage 1964 photo of Ferrari 250 GTO S/N 4153GT 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 250 GTO S/N 4491GT and 250 GTO 64 S/N 4399GT - 1000 KM Nurburgring.
This is a vintage photo of TWO Ferrari's GTO in ONE shot!
It was taken during the 1965 1000KM race at the Nurburgring and shows the # 64 Ferrari 250 GTO (S/N 4491) of Peter Sutcliffe which he shared with "Lumsden" for this race and who made it to first-in-class and 15th overall and the # 65 Ferrari 250 GTO 64 (S/N 4399) of Gordon Durham which was raced by Salmon / Kerrison and who were forced to retire with engine trouble.
Both cars have an interesting history...
S/N 4399GT started its life as a "normal" 250 GTO and was rebodied to "64" shape in late 1963 by Scaglietti. It seems to reside in the UK nowadays.
S/N 4491GT also started out as a normal 250 GTO and was originally owned by David Piper who had the roofline and windscreen lowered which is clearly visible in this picture. It was changed back to a standard 250 GTO roofline by its current owner in the early 1980's. It now seems to reside in Italy.
The photo measures some 24 x 18 cm or 9 x 7 inches.
Vintage 1965 photo of Ferrari 250 GTO S/N 4491GT & 250 GTO 64 S/N 4399GT - 1000 KM Nurburgring
Vintage 1963 color photo of Ferrari 250 GTO S/N 4293GT at Le Mans.
This is a vintage 1963 photo of the Nr 24 Ferrari 250 GTO of Jean Beurlys and Gerhard Langlois van Ophem en route to second place overall during the 1963 24 hours of Le Mans.
The car, Ferrari 250 GTO with chassis number 4293GT, survives to this day and now seems to reside in the USA and Hong Kong.
The photo measures some 18 x 12 cm or 7 x 5 inches and is in decent condition but at some point in its life it has been pinned to a wall and consequently it has 4 pinholes in the corners of the white border.
The back carries NO photographer's stamp.
For the full results of this race, please see 24 Heures du Mans results 1963.
Vintage 1963 Le Mans 24 Hours Qualifying Poster.
April 6 & 7, 1963.
38 x 60 cm.15 x 23.5 inches.
Mint condition for its age.
This poster advertised the "3eme Criterium International de Vitesse Motocycliste 300 - 500 cc" which was of course a motorcycle race AND the tests / qualifying sessions for the upcoming 24 Heures du Mans.
The artwork shows an artist impression (by Beligond) of a motorcycle racing side by side with a Ferrari sportscar.
The race itself was won by Lorenzo Bandini and Ludovico Scarfiotti in their Nr 21 Ferrari 250 P S/N 0814 with a total of 339 laps to their name.
This poster will be shipped, rolled, in a sturdy tube.
Vintage Original 1963 Le Mans Qualifying Poster
Vintage 1963 COLOR photo of Ferrari 250 GTO S/N 4153GT at the 24 Heures du Mans 1963.
This is a vintage 1963 color photo of the Ferrari 250GTO of Pierre Dumay and "Elde" (Leon Dernier) en route to 4th overall in the 1963 running of Les 24 heures du Mans.
The photo measures some 17.5 x 12 cm or 7 x 4.5 inches and is in good condition bar pin holes on the 4 corners of the white border.
Vintage 1963 COLOR photo of Ferrari 250 GTO S/N 4153GT at the 24 Heures du Mans 1963
Vintage original 1966 Targa Florio Race Poster.
This is a great VINTAGE poster for the 50th (!) running of the Targa Florio.
It shows a great image of a Bugatti being chased by an Alfa Romeo.
It is printed on very thin paper but it is in pretty good condition. It has been folded twice (most probably original folds) and has been stored rolled for the last decade or so.
The race was won by Willy Mairesse & Herbert Muller in their Porsche 906.
The poster measures some 70 x 100 cm or 28 x 40 inches and was printed in Palermo, Sicily (where else?).
1966 Targa Florio Race Poster Vintage Original
This is the famous 1985 Ferrari Engines Book / Brochure.
Officially called: "Caratterstiche tecniche dei motori Ferrari realizzata dal 1946 al 1985" or "Technical carachteristics of every Ferrari engine built from 1946 to 1985".
An absolutely superb book with a photo of an engine on each and every of its 44 pages.
Comes complete with the original "center fold" which lists 165 different engines for the same period along with their technical specs.
The book has a (printed) foreword by Enzo Ferrari and this Ferrari factory issue was never commercially available.
It measures approximately 12.5 x 9 inches.
Ferrari Print Number 359/85 2M/3/85, issued in 1985, printed in March 1985 by Arbe, Italy.
Mint condition for its age!
Newly arrived Ferrari Engines 1946 - 1985 Book 359/85
Maisto Ferrari 250GTO - Red - Scale 1/64th Diecast Model Assembly Kit.
This is a 1/64th assembly kit for 8 years and older.
Does NOT require glue or paint.
Scale 1/64, measures some 3 inches or 7 cm in length.
This is of course an officially licensed model.
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