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But then, Joe, why was it that when the car was restored it turned out that even the suspension was only tacked-welded in place, various parts...
It's Wallace who talked about the tiles... I don't think there's any question about that.
(from the Lyons book)
>>"It was a non runner,"...
I thought 403 was green? But then it's been a while since I've seen it.
Thanks, nice pic!
PS: Also, I thought it had...
Honestly -- I don't know. There aren't a whole lot of transactions going on, at least that I'm aware of.
I'm thinking the 350/400...
generally the restored ones bring more, simply because the restoration costs so much.
BUT -- I'll just add that one must keep in mind that the...
Just an amazing rear window, Olivier. I don't think I'll ever get over it!
For a fact -- a restored 400GT 2+2 is worth more. Properly restored, a lot more.
I don't know what else to say. I have a fully original...
I'm voting for the correct answer you guys come up with! :)
Kirk, a 350GT sold in Monterey at auction last year for close to $450k. Nothing special about this car, not even the correct factory color -- but...
My car (655) has the single and was imported to NYC (Kaplan). So you may be right -- I don't see any reason for double vs single....
from the vlg:
Thatâs Anders Bangâs car, from Denmark. I recognize the odd starter switch on the steering column and the other...
there were "a bunch" of 400GT 2+2's without the headlight trim, mainly early cars of course.
Here's one: Chassis #601, engine #552...
Any 350/400GT news out there?
Marcel? Olivier? Kevin?
El Wrongo! :)
It's the car Ferruccio didn't set out to build. But hey, all things considered, it came out pretty good!
Hey, right on Andrew! (Finally...a REAL Lamborghini!)
(haha -- that's supposed to be funny. Right? :)
What on earth! I agree -- 2999 is just as valuable as 3000, unless I'm missing something here.
I've got a great publication from 1989 called the Tower Report. Sept 89 might have been the peak, I don't know, but here are the countach numbers...
I'm going to give a ballpark answer here.
Almost all 350 GTs had an aluminum body. When they moved to the "interim" -- many of which were...
Hey, Jack Riddell has well over 200,000 miles on his 400GT 2+2. He's got a bunch of great stories!
Nice ride. No idea what chassis number I presume?