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Tom Shaughnessy

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Employment History

  • Ferrari S.p.A
  • Collector
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Full Name: Thomas E ..., 14 Jan 2011 [cached]
Full Name: Thomas E Shaughnessy
Tom Shaughnessy Ferrari Collector
Full Name: Thomas E Shaughnessy
Tom Shaughnessy Ferrari Collector
Ferrari Rolodex, 31 Mar 2006 [cached]
Tom Shaughnessy
Central States Region Ferrari Club of America, 13 Aug 2006 [cached]
In what could be the greatest barn find, California collector Tom Shaughnessy has bought a 1952 Ferrari 340 America Spider chassis in a Frankfort garage sale for $26,912--less than 1 percent of the car's estimated restored value.
Hilary Rabb, an expert on early Ferraris, examined the car closely once Shaughnessy bought it and the two made a surprising discovery.
A full restoration of 0202 A is planned in cooperation with the Ferrari factory in Maranello, Italy, though Shaughnessy hopes the carmaker will join in on the work.
Of course Shaughnessy's purchase price is just a down payment on what it will cost to restore 0202 A. The front part of the chassis is intact, though the front spring is missing.The center section and rear have been modified with the rear leaf-spring mounts cut off.But the brakes are complete, and the axles and wheels are correct.
Shaughnessy reckons a neophyte who dropped off the chassis at a professional restoration shop could end up writing a check for seven figures--still acceptable, with Massini estimating the completed car's value at $2.8 million.
Shaughnessy a capable restorer will still spend $500,000 to $600,000.
"A 340 motor will cost $200,000, transmission $25,000, differential $20,000, chassis preparation and repair $100,000 and a new body about $200,000," he says.
And here's where Shaughnessy has the edge."I already have a running engine, rear end, transmission, pedal box, radiator and oil cooler."
He even thinks he knows where the original V-12 engine is and hopes he might be able to persuade the owner to trade for his motor, which is close to the same number.
"I'm pleased as punch," he says.
"Tom was concerned about my response, but I'm good with this.
Past events - Old Timer Australia, 1 Aug 2009 [cached]
In partnership with well known US based Ferrari collector Tom Shaughnessy we sold our very rare Bonneville Boss race car transporter at auction in Scottsdale Arizona.
SUPERCARS.NET - Comprehensive Specifications, Galleries & Forums since 1996, 1 Jan 1996 [cached]
This year the show brought out some of the very best cars including a freshly rebuilt GT40 MKIV brought out by collector Tom Shaughnessy.
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