|Date: Fri Jun 6, 2008 10:10 pm
Name: Tom Wiggers
Location: Pays Bas
Comments: Hello Mr. Humbert,
I read your article on the 275 comp website dedicated to your car.
A very good friend of mine, who made a copy of 06885gt a couple of years ago for his client and he restored 09051, 7437, 7641 and 07271, told that when looking at your old photos that the car is a factory competizione, seeing all holes/drilling and lightweight parts. No doubt that it is a factory competition. It can only be done when constructing the car when new, not afterwards.I saw that the car now has the proper nose with blinking lights. Nice to see.
Hope you enjoy your car and hope to see it one day at a classic car event (Le Mans classic?)
|Date: Thu Mar 13, 2008 7:44 pm
Comments: Merci pour ce magnifique site et pour cette mine d\'informations. J\'ai appris à mieux connaitre ce modèle.
|Date: Thu Mar 13, 2008 5:25 pm
Location: essonne, FRANCE
Comments: Bravo pour ce suberbe site concnernant la 275 GTB.
Bon courage et bonne continuation
|Date: Thu Sep 27, 2007 10:10 pm
Name: Ulf Randers
Comments: Fantastic to se this story of this car and all the work you have dun !
I am the ovner of the sister car from this race and the class winner
6785 and probobly the car that was to blame for the accident of you car
8249 ! It is realy nice to that the real potential and history of the inportent cars come in to the ligt again after almost 40 years as unknown
! My car was also gone sinc 1968 to 1996 ! And i pot it back on the road after mecanical resturation, I got 6785 in year 2000 !
With kind regards
Ulf Randers Sweden
|Date: Mon Oct 2, 2006 5:46 pm
Comments: Sito molto bello complimenti anche da mio padre che ha avuto l\'onore di guidare la macchina a Monza nel 1966.
Compliments for this site from my father he have the honor to drive this car in Monza (1966).