1981 Ferrari 512 BBLM SERIE III N.A.R.TSOLD

The quickest of the only 17 Ferrari 512 BBLMs ever entered in 24H du Mans

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Delivered new to the N.A.R.T in 1981

The 19th of the only 25 Ferrari 512 BBLMs built
The quickest of the only 17 BBLMs ever raced in 24H du Mans
Raced in 1981 & 1982 24H du Mans

Original engine stamped "MARION"
Very well prepared
Perfect condition, ready to race and to win

FIA papers and HTP
European taxes paid


Reference Number 119550

as of 12/8/2015

Overview
Car 1981 Ferrari 512 BBLM SERIE III N.A.R.T
VIN 35527 
Small Series  1 of 25 
Exterior / Interior Color      Red /      Blue 
Configuration Left Hand Drive (LHD) 
Options Competition: Racing Seats 
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Known History

This particular Ferrari 512 BBLM is the lightest and the quickest Ferrari 512 BBLM ever raced, and the quickest of the only 17 BBLMs ever entered in 24H du Mans.

 

The Ferrari 512 BBLM Series III N.A.R.T # 35527 is the 19th of the only 25 Ferrari 512 BBLMs built.

 

The car which comes with its FIA papers and its Historic Technical Passport is ready to race and to win, and is for sale with its original gearbox, its original engine stamped "MARION", both of them totally rebuilt, and a lot of spare parts. A very powerful hot rod BB 512 engine might be for sale together with # 35527.

 

European taxes paid

 

 

Ownership and Racing History:

 

1981: Sold new to the N.A.R.T. / CHINETTI

Entered by the N.A.R.T. at 24H du Mans with Cudini/Gurdjian/Morton

Race n░ 49 - DNF ; the car was 3rd overall just before being crashed by Gurdjian

 

1982: Entered by the N.A.R.T. 24H DU MANS with Cudini/Morton/Paul

Race N░ 72 - 9th despite breaking the gearbox one hour before the arrival. One time again, it was the quickest of all the BBLMs. Sold to Bob Donner

 

1989: Purchased by Nicklen Bank Group, Sweden at Coys Nurburgring sale

 

1993: Sold to Tom Celani through Ferrari of Los Gatos

 

1997: Sold to Steve Barnay

 

1998: Sold to Chris Cox

Overall winner in American Ferrari Historic Challenge

 

1998/11: Sold to Neuman

 

1999: Sold to Todd Morici who had the car prepared by Motion Products/Wayne Obry for the highest performances whithout taking price into account

 

2003: Sold to GTC / Jean Guikas (France)

 

2007: Sold to a US customer

 

2011: Back to GTC / Jean Guikas (France)