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1 of 36 desirable "Plexiglass" made
Only "plexiglass" model delivered in Pino Verde
Fabulous condition and fully documented continuous history with only 3 owners from new

First registered in the UK in December 1970 to committed Tifosi Mrs Nancy Hanson, chassis number 13921, was ordered in Verde Pino Matallizato with Luzan beige leather with beige carpets, a factory fitted Voxon stereo (with electric aerial), two head rests, and fill Britax seat harnesses from Maranello Concessionaires.

The colour, though not Mrs Hanson’s original choice (which was not available), is a special one, as it hadn’t been applied to a 365 GTB/4 before or since making it a true one off car. Mrs Hanson’s luck with her spec didn’t end there, as she put her order through shortly before the car’s headlight construction changed from the rare Plexiglass set up to pop ups - only increasing its rarity and desirability. 

Once the car had been completed in December 1970, Mrs Hanson dispatched her sons, John and Paul, to Maranello to collect the car and drive it home the long (and fun) way, which they thankfully documented. When it completed its initial journey, Maranello Concessionaires collected the car for a road test and check before final handover. It was declared to be ‘the best in the country.’ Quite the result. 

Mrs Hanson went on to use the car as Enzo intended, putting over 16,000 miles on the odometer in less than a year. She also, thankfully, made sure the car was rigorously maintained with Maranello Concessionaires to ensure it was always in perfect condition. 

In March 1973 she traded the car for a Dino 308 GT4, and in May 1974 it found itself in the hands of Mr James Matsumiya with nearly 34,500 miles on the clock. Registering the car as ‘38 JMY,’ the plate it still wears today. 

Mr Matsumiya continued to have the car looked after by Maranello Concessionaires. In the 80’s, Mr Matsumiya decided to repaint the car red, and enjoyed it around the country, however it was eventually taken off the road in 1987 and stored just outside of London until 2013 when it changed hands once again. Thanks to ideal storage conditions, it was in good shape with 63,769 miles under its wheels, but it was in need of some TLC so its new owner restored it to its original specification with gusto. It underwent a full bare metal restoration (only minor rust repairs were needed, thanks to its good condition), was repainted in its original colour, and its interior trim was painstakingly restored by O’Rourke Trimmers over 200 hours - unusual these days for original trim to be preserved and not simply replaced! It wasn’t merely cosmetically refreshed, but its engine, gearbox, and suspension were rebuilt, too, ensuring the car ran as perfectly as it looked. 

The car remains in incredible condition today, and comes with its original leather folder, handbook, warranty card, toll roll, jack, and a hefty history file (available on request). 

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  • Year 1970
  • Mileage 64,726 Miles
  • Exterior Colour Pino Verde
  • Interior Colour Biege
  • Trim Leather
  • Driver Position RHD
  • VIN No. 13921
  • Registration No. 36 JMY

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