--Rosso Corsa with Black Daytona seats and Black carpets, Restored, Power Windows, Factory Air Conditioning, 60,000 miles from new, Older restored, Matching Numbers, Documented by Massini. This 246 GTS was sold new through Algar Ferrari by then saleman Mr. Frank Donatoni. In a bit of correspondence, Mr. Donatoni stated ther following… “I was cruising through the Market Letter and I saw Dino # 08276 advertised and I thought I remembered the VIN and sure enough when I checked my records from Algar days I found it was one of the last new Dinos I retailed out of Algar in Paoli. We held the car another Dino #08112 and Daytona Spyder #16783 for about year after # 08276 was sold on a bet that I made with Al (Garthwaite) that I would get $75,000.00 for both cars. He said "no way" because trying to get $75,000.00 for cars that listed for about $19,800.00 and $30,140.00 respectively was insane!! On 3/16/1976 I sold both cars for $75,000.00!! Anyway your car started life on 5/17/1975. Brings back great memories!! Regards, Frank Donatoni GM- Porsche of Annapolis” 08276 was sold to a Mr. Richard T. Smith of Atlanta, Georgia in 1974. Mr. Smith kept it until 1982 when it was traded to FAF Motorca
left-hand-drive 1974 ferrari 246 gts black air-con restored rosso-corsa italian fast red rwd supercar petrol 2wd
203 West Hills Road, Huntington Station
Huntington station, 11746, New York
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