Yes, another sales advert. Again, adding it here for the records and the mention of the 1st owner.
In the Dutch mountains:
This is an extremely neat 1973 Ferrari 365 GT4 2+2. This example is in possession of a unique color combination of "Blu Ribot" versus a "Connolly leather Pelle beige" interior. On July 30, 1973 it walked off the assembly line at the factory as production number #117 with bodywork #81/GT. The original Italian-delivered Ferrari was delivered to Count Vittorio Ripa di Meana. He was a well-known and respected lawyer and politician in Italy. He lived at Piazza di Spagna in Rome. Yes, next to the Spanish Steps. In 1973, he had the Ferrari delivered through an official Ferrari dealer called Pedini Auto S.R.L. After all his years in Italy, it was registered on Dutch plates in late 2021. Here he has always been well maintained, which is also demonstrable with the available documentation. Also, the original stickers are still underneath in the engine compartment.