The 1970 Ferrari 353 GT 2+2 was the 103rd built for the U.S. market, with a total production number of 800. With Rosso Nearco paint job, and Nero VM interior color, the car is almost completely original. Leaving the factory in March of 1970, the vehicle has traveled from home to home. Many of the previous owners had registered the vehicle to “Ferrari Owners Club USA.” Once finding an owner in Japan, the car was converted into having three taillights to two taillights, though this is not factory specification, it makes the car unique. In 2014 once coming back to the United States the car was found in a service and storage warehouse where the car sat for a few months, with a detailed report from a famous Ferrari historian, Marcel Massini, who was able o show the numbers matching, and explain the “strong engine.” After a year of traveling again from owner to owner, Miller Motorcars in Greenwich, Connecticut did a full restoration of the vehicle at a price, greater than $250,000.
Engine: 4.4L 245 Colombo