Beautiful cars, but far too pricey for me at 160€ each!
I suspect, but I'm not sure, that #6 was the car as raced in the 1968 Paris 1000km.
Piper in fact first drove chassis #0854 in the 1967 BOAC 500, but entered by Maranello Concessionaires, GB. Maranello Concessionaires sold the car to David Piper in late 1967 and the first time that it appeared in "Piper green" was at the 1967 Rand Daily Mail 9 Hours, at Kyalami, South Africa. Piper raced chassis 0854 successfully until the end of 1968, when he obtained a Porsche 917.
Chassis 0854 1967: (Maranello Concessionaires, GB)
Spa 1,000Km: Attwood / Bianchi, 3rd
Le Mans: Attwood / Courage, DNF
BOAC 500: Attwood / Piper, 7th
Paris 1,000Km: Siffert / Piper, 5th
Chassis 0854 1967: (Piper Racing)
Kyalami 9 Hours: Piper / Attwood; 5th #7
Killarney 3 Hours: David Piper, 2nd #5
Chassis 0854 1968: (Piper Racing)
Tourist Trophy: David Piper, 2nd
Norisring: David Piper, 1st
Vila Real: David Piper, 2nd #50
Hockenheim: David Piper, 1st
Karlskoga: David Piper, 1st
Paris 1000km: Paris, David Piper, DNF #6
Kyalami 9 Hours: Piper / Attwood, 14th #3
Cape Town 3 Hours: Piper / Attwood, 3rd #5
Pietermartizburg 3 Hours: David Piper, DNF #3
East London 500 Km: David Piper, DNF #3
Norisring: David Piper, 5th
Car sold to Chris Cord, USA.
During the Kyalami 9-Hours in 1968, Piper hit another driver in the pit lane, smashing the windscreen. The car was hastily converted to a "spyder" by cutting off the roof, in time for the Cape Town 3-Hours!
Kyalami 9-Hours 1968, Piper chasing the Ickx/Hobbs Mirage
Cape Town 3-Hours, the Piper-Atwood Ferrari 330 P3/4 with roof cut-off!
Some more trivia. Piper's Ferrari (chassis #0854) was also referred as a P3/412P, a P3/P4 or simply as a 412P. I think that the two last designations are correct, since this car was an evolution of a 1966 P3 with parts from the newer P4, which enabled Piper to use the new (and bigger) Campagnolo wheel rims with the characteristic star shaped centre, allowing the use of bigger tyres. The 412P used the carburettors and not the mechanical injection of the P4 models.