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Bill Noon

Bill Noon runs the classic road and racecar side of Symbolic Motors in La Jolla California. If you’ve been to any of the prominent concours or auction events in the country, you’ve probably seen Bill running around with his brief case, phone and pen in hand. Bill is a veteran of the United States Navy and the Merchant Marines. He’s owned over 100 different vehicles over the past 35 years and he’s always looking for the next one. He writes for several different magazines and has appeared in a variety of different television and cable automotive documentaries. Most of his time is dedicated to buying, selling, trading, and racing classic automobiles and participating in tours. His focus is on classic Sports Racing Ferraris, Maseratis, Porsches, Mercedes, and Alfa Romeos.


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“Every day you wake up it’s a vacation. Every meal is a banquet. And every paycheck is a fortune.” 


Bill shares a very personal time in his life that was very challenging and how the people around him helped him through those difficult times.


While selling cars at the Cavallino event, at Moroso race track in Florida, Bill’s business partner convinced him to take one of the Ferrari’s, they had for sale, out on the track and race the car. What an ah-ha moment!


Abarth 207A Boano


The only tool you need to take with you in a vehicle is your cell phone.


The Complete Corvette Restoration Guide – Nolan Adams

Immortal 2.9 Alfa Romeo  – Simon Moore – Revised Edition


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One comment
  1. I came across this fabulous and very illuminating and personal interview with Bill Noon.

    I have admired Bill ever since I purchased my 1971 Ferrari 365 GTB Daytona on November 17, 1993 from him one Saturday afternoon when I stumbled across the Symbolic web site back in 1993.

    Bill guided me thoughtfully away from the 365 GTC they had in stick as a low priced tickler that I was calling for which he described as junk. I was really taken aback and challenged him to tell me what they had that was not junk. I got a two hour Daytona education and chose an unrestored , carefully maintained car in lieu of choosing from a fully restored model that also had on offer. Bill was a great tutor and I adore that car knowing it came through his hands to this day. I was so delighted to hear his life story. Sincerely, Randolph.

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