A sum of nearly 50 million euros, including interest, which amounts to some 10 million euros.
This is what Patrick Bardinon must reimburse, in the context of the conflict between him and his sister, Anne, and his brother, Jean-François, after the decision of the criminal chamber of the Court of Cassation, on July 28. .
1960s: when the car was a sacred object
It is the epilogue of a legal quarrel which has held in suspense, for the past seven years, the microcosm of Ferrari collectors around the world.
Recall of facts.
Pierre Bardinon died on August 17, 2012. His wife, Yanne, died on December 11 of the following year.
Their three children, Patrick, Anne and Jean-François, inherit their property, including the famous Ferrari collection, considered by all enthusiasts to be the most beautiful in the world.
Mostly racing models covered in glory.
Eight winners of the 24 hours of Le Mans
At the beginning of the 1970s, fortune made in the leather industry, Pierre Bardinon accumulated these Ferrari then downgraded and not worth much.
Until I count one
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