One of only 40 RHD examples ever built out a total production of 500 and one of 31 originally imported into the United Kingdom. Azzuro blue with blue leather and fawn carpets. Sold new in October 1971 to Ian Blenkinsop, of Ian Anthony Sales Limited, Prestwich, Manchester. We know that it was sold to John Bryan Austin, of Hyde Park Gate, London, SW7 in April of 1973 then to GR Holdings of Upper Thames Street, London EC4. On 28 March 1977, it was sold to one Carlos Monteverde, C/O Trade Development Bank, London, EC2. By 1986 it was owned by serial Ferrari owner and now FOC UK Council Member, Christian Mineeff. He kept it until 1994 when it wound up with Ross Warburton of the well known bread making family. Warburton commissioned DK Engineering to go through the car for him and invoice on file amount to nearly £80,000 for this work which included a extensive body restoration, repaint and retrim at world renowned experts, Moto Technique. The mileage at this time was 35,000. The current owners have maintained the car in superb working order, continuing to maintain every aspect of the car which would be kept in a working mechanical condition that meant it could go to the South of France at any given moment non stop. The wheels were also recently refurbished by Pristine. Matching engine and chassis numbers. The car now shows 44,500 miles and remains in stunning condition. A truly fabulous example of these rare and beautiful cars. The car comes with the original wallet, handbook etc. and a huge history file.