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N.A.R.T Ferrari 335 S #0674

Originally completed as a 315 S, chassis 0674 debuted in the 1957 Sebring 12 Hours. Works drivers Peter Collins and Maurice Trintignant finished sixth overall. Wolfgang von Trips then drove the car to second in the Mille Miglia behind the victorious sister car. The car was the upgrated to 335 S specification and raced by the factory team with little luck at Le Mans and in the Swedish Grand Prix. 

Returned to the factory, it was fitted with pontoon fenders to improve braking before dispatched to Venezuela. Mike Hawthorn and Luigi Musso then used it to place 2nd overall in the Caracas 1000 km.

At the end of the year, chassis 0674 was sold to American distributor Luigi Chinetti. He fielded the car for Stirling Moss in the 1958 Cuban Grand Prix where he duly won the shortened race. It was then raced by Gaston Andrey, who, together with Lance Reventlow of Scarab fame, won the Road America 500 outright. After the 1958 season, the car disappeared from sight for a decade and then in 1969 it joined Pierre Bardinon's fantastic Mas du Clos collection.

The photos below were discovered by the Andrey family in few years ago which were taken at Bridgehampton race track located on Long Island, New York. This was a test session with Luigi Chinetti, and Gaston Andrey to get the car ready for the 58 season.

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