S/N 10371 in custom “fly” yellow, with black leather interior.  One of 330 built in 1967 & 1968. Body designed by Pininfarina & built by Scaglietti. Last of the “dual-purpose” road & racing Ferraris, and considered the finest Ferrari road car of the Ferrari’s classic “Enzo” period (late-40’s to mid-70’s).

3286cc v-12, with twin overhead cams on each bank & six weber 40 dcn/17 dual-throat carbs; 300 bhp @ 7,500 rpm; five-speed trans-axle; disc brakes.

Originally sold in munich, germany, in 1967 for the equivalent of $12,000. Imported to u.s. in 1971. Sold by European auto sales in 1989 to Yoshikuni Okamoto, and exported to Japan.  Total body-off restoration in the mid-90’s. Imported back to US. in 1999.  Purchased by Archie Urciuoli via Wayne Obry in 2002. Full service by Wayne Obry in 2011.

Awarded best in class at 2005 Greenwich Concours, and best in class (senior award) at 2011 Fairfield Concours.