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  Ferrari 375 MM Pinin Farina Spyder
 

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Country of origin:Italy
Produced from:1953 - 1954
Numbers built:12 Pinin Farina Spyders
Internal name:Tipo 102
Designed by:Pinin Farina
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:March 21, 2014
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Chassis 0360AM Fitted with the Tipo 102 engine, this was the first of twelve 375 MM chassis clothed by Pinin Farina with Spyder bodywork. It was sold to new to Piero Scotti late in 1953. He immediately entered it in the Casablanca 12 Hours, which he won outright with Giuseppe Farina as co->>>

Chassis 0362AM Originally designated chassis 0374AM until Ferrari switched identities to expedite the delivery to the customer, who had his name down for chassis 0374AM. Once completed as 0362AM, it was sold to Tony Parravano in the United States. It was raced by Jack McAfee with considera>>>

Chassis 0364AM Completed in September of 1953 and fitted with the Tipo 102 engine, this customised Pinin Farina Spyder was sold new to American privateer racer Jim Kimberley. Among the changes Kimberley requested were pontoon fenders to improve brake cooling. He raced the car throughout th>>>

Chassis 0370AM A works car, this Pinin Farina Spyder was first raced at the 1954 Buenos Aires 1000 km, where it was driven to victory by Giuseppe Farina and Umberto Maglioli. In March of 1954, chassis 0370AM was sold to Masten Gregory, who campaigned the car with considerable success on bo>>>

Chassis 0372AM Pictured is one of the twelve Pinin Farina Spyder bodied 375 MMs, which were extensively raced all over the world. The featured car was entered by American legend Briggs Cunningham in the 1953 Sebring 12 Hours and the 1954 24 Hours of Le Mans. Sadly the car failed to finish >>>

Chassis 0374AM Originally destined for identity 0362AM, this chassis was re-stamped 0374AM to expedite the delivery to the new owner, who had already cleared this identity with the Argentinian customs. This first owner was Enrique Diaz Saenz Valiente, who fielded it in the 1954 Buenos Aire>>>

Chassis 0382AM The penultimate 375 MM Pinin Farina Spyder built, this example was sold new to William Spear. He first raced the car, together with Phil Hill, at the 1954 Sebring 12 Hours. An axle failure prompted an early retirement at the Ferrari's debut. In the remainder of the year, Spe>>>


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