1970 Ferrari 512 S MSOLD
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Excellent racing history including a 5th place at 24H DU MANS 1970.

Original chassis, never crashed, original body.
Matching number engine.
Totally restored by European Auto Sales in 1994/95.
Perfect condition, ready to race.
European papers.

Reference Number 4610

as of 3/21/2013

Overview
Car 1970 Ferrari 512 S M
VIN 1030 
Exterior / Interior Color      Yellow 
Options Competition: Full Race setup, Racing Seats, Rollcage 
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Known History

Racing history

 

17 May 70 - Spa 1000kms - 512S Coupe

Derek Bell/Hugues de Fierlant - N°23 - 8th OA

 

14 June 70 - 24 H du Mans -

512S Coupé Long Tail

P. Walker/Hugues de Fierlant N°12 - 5th OA

 

8 Nov 70 - 9 H Kyalami - 512S Coupé

Derek Bell/Hugues de Fierlant - N° 3 - 6th OA

 

10 Jan 71- 1000 kms Buenos Aires -

512S Coupé

Hugues de Fierlant/Gosselin - N°18 - 6th OA

 

30 Jan 71 - 24 H Daytona - 512S Coupé

Hugues de Fierlant/Gosselin - N°26 - DNF

 

10 June 71 - 24 H du Mans - 512M Coupé

Hugues de Fierlant/Alain de Cadenet - N°9 - DNF

 

4 July 71 - Benelux Cup Race ZOLDER -

512M Coupé

Hugues de Fierlant - N°156 -1st OA

 

24 July 71 - 6H Watkins Glen - 512M Coupé

A. de Cadenet / Motschenbacher - N°63 - 4th OA

 

25 July 71 - Watkins Glen Can Am -

512M Coupé

Alain de Cadenet - N°63 - 18th OA

 

21 May 72 - Silverstone Interseries Race - 512M Coupé

Willie Green - N°50 - 2nd OA

 

History

 

1970 - Garage Francorchamps, Brussels, Belgium

1971 - Alain DE CADENET

Converted to ‘M’ specifications at Maranello

1971 - Sold to N.CORNER (GB), then to A.BAMFORD (GB)

--- - Sold to P. DOWELL (GB)

--- - Sold to FINN (GB)

1980 - Sold to Nigel CHILTERN-HUNT (GB)

1983 - Sold to Carlo BONOMI, then to BECKWITH SMITH

1994 - Terry JONES, Las Vegas (USA)

1995 - Matsuda – Japan

1999 - GTC/Jean GUIKAS – Marseille (France)

2000 - Xavier BEAUMARTIN (France)

2005 - GTC/Jean GUIKAS – Marseille (France)