The car is painted white and is powered by its numbers-matching 4.4-liter Colombo V12. That engine is mated to a five-speed manual transaxle and the interior of the car is black leather. The car came from the factory with air conditioning and a Becker Mexico cassette radio.
This particular car was featured in the April 1986 issue of Cavallino magazine. In the 1990s, it was restored in California. At that time it was owned by Monte Shelton Motor Company. The current owner purchased the vehicle in 2013.
Factory equipment for this unique model includes a gated shifter, 14″ Borrani wire wheels, and power-assisted steering and brakes. It is listed on dealer consignment in Emeryville, California. The car will come with owner’s manuals, a replica tool roll, restoration records, and an Ohio title that describes the car as a 1967 model.
The white color is not original. The original color was Argento Metallizzato, but the car was repainted white in the mid-1980s and then repainted during its restoration in the 1990s.
The fully-independent suspension features unequal A-arms, coil springs, and orange Koni shocks. It has power-assisted disc brakes at all four wheels. The power steering system automatically shuts off after you reach 25 mph and is meant to aid only at low-speed maneuvering.
Don Mertz Restorations of Sun Valley, California, restored the interior in 1994. It was done in factory-style Nero Franzi leather with red carpets. The car also features Nardi steering wheel frames Veglia Borletti instrumentation.
The factory owner’s manual and tool roll are included with the car, as is the documentation for the restoration. This is a beautiful car. There are 17 days left on the auction for it at the time of this writing, so you have some time to think about how much you really want this vehicle.