I have looked in some of my oldest books I have of Ferraris and the car on the
left appear to be a Formula 1 car without its full bodywork, likely a 156F1,
from 1961 like the one driven by Phil Hill when he won his championship, the
rollbar gave that one away.
The car on the right appears to be a 268P as similar cars were entered for the
1962 Targa Florio but this one appears to have a cover behind the driver side
while those entered in the Targa Florio did not. However the rest of the rear
section, including the two "air vent" are the same. This is what I have found
but perhaps those who know these cars better may prvide you with more exact
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> Date: Fri, 27 May 2011 13:20:55 -0400
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> Subject: [Healeys] Ferrari?
> I know that this is the home of british car people, but I am wondering if
any of you can be of help? I was in London a few weeks ago and having dinner
in an Italian restaurant named Pescatori's (very good by the way). They have a
series of framed photos on the wall on the way to the rest rooms (sorry if
this is getting too graphic for some of you), including the one referenced
> I have never seen this Ferrari - I am assuming that it is a Ferrari, but who
knows? If it is a Ferrari can anyone identify the model?
> Thanks so much.
> Lin Rose
> 1959 AN5 Bugeye - pure driving enjoyment, go-kart with a body.
> 1960 BT7 "The Bloody Beast" - owned since 1971, my first car and still have
> 1964 Jag MKII - current project
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