Ferrari 365 Spyder California Part 2: Chassis Index
 
      Chassis PF No. Notes
      8347 99647 Azzuro Met over black and white cloth, initially fitted with flush tail lights, 1966
    Geneva Salon car, featured in the original 1966 365 California sales brochure,
    sold new to Dino Fabri, Milan.
      9127 99649 Ivory over blue leather, sold new through Luigi Chinetti Motors, New York, to the
    Marquise De Cuevas.
      9447 99650 Rosso Chiaro over tan leather, sold new to Staute, Piacenza. 1967 Turin
    Salon car.
      9615 99651 Grigio Argento over tan leather, delivered new through CAG, Madid, to exiled
    Dominican Republic dictator Rafael Trujillo. Crashed by his son (who died) in
    the late 1960's. Wreck rebuilt and restored.
      9631 99652 Met. beige over tan leather, 1967 Geneva Salon car, delivered new to Trans
    America Car Leasing, wrecked when a garage collapsed on it in the mid 1970's.
      9801 99653 Rosso Chiaro over black leather, 1967 New York Auto Show car, sold new
    through Luigi Chinetti Motors, New York, to Rabinoff.
      9849 99654 Bianco over black leather, sold new through Luigi Chinetti Motors, New York,
    to Bud Bickel, New York.
      9889 99655 Azzuro Met over black leather, sold new through Crepaldi, Milan, to Natale
    Toffoli, Milan.
      9935 99656 Rosso over white leather, sold new through Luigi Chinetti Motors, New York, to
    Waldorf Leasing Corporation, New York.
      9985 99677 Blu Sera over beige leather, right hand drive, sold new through Maranello
    Concessionaires, Surrey, to Paul Kay, Hertfordshire.
      10077 99657 Rosso Rubino over tan leather, sold new to Samuel Goldstein, USA.
      10155 99658 Bianco over black leather, sold through Auto Becker, Dusseldorf. 1967 Frankfurt
    Motor Show car and pictured in that year's Ferrari Yearbook, delivered new
    to Harry Richter, Bonn. Remains supposedly in a New York junk yard!
      10327 99659 Rosso Chiaro over white leather, delivered new through Luigi Chinetti Motors,
    Conneticut, but damaged while in transit shortly afterwards.
      10369 99678 Blu Chiaro Met over beige leather, right-hand drive, sold new through Maranello
    Concessionaires, Surrey, to Harry Hyams, London. Crashed into a British Army
    truck in '69 and restored by Pininfarina who fitted a power operated hood. Still
    in it's original ownership.


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